John M Marshall
John M Marshall
Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of California, Berkeley
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The importance of mosquito behavioural adaptations to malaria control in Africa
ML Gatton, N Chitnis, T Churcher, MJ Donnelly, AC Ghani, HCJ Godfray, ...
Evolution: international journal of organic evolution 67 (4), 1218-1230, 2013
2622013
Factors contributing to urban malaria transmission in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review
PM De Silva, JM Marshall
Journal of tropical medicine 2012, 2012
1282012
A synthetic gene drive system for local, reversible modification and suppression of insect populations
OS Akbari, KD Matzen, JM Marshall, H Huang, CM Ward, BA Hay
Current biology 23 (8), 671-677, 2013
1122013
Malaria control with transgenic mosquitoes
JM Marshall, CE Taylor
PLoS Med 6 (2), e1000020, 2009
1102009
Overcoming evolved resistance to population-suppressing homing-based gene drives
JM Marshall, A Buchman, OS Akbari
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
872017
Guidance framework for testing of genetically modified mosquitoes
M Benedict, M Bonsall, AA James, S James, J Lavery, J Mumford, ...
World Health Organization, 2014
752014
The effect of gene drive on containment of transgenic mosquitoes
JM Marshall
Journal of theoretical biology 258 (2), 250-265, 2009
752009
Climate and the timing of imported cases as determinants of the dengue outbreak in Guangzhou, 2014: evidence from a mathematical model
Q Cheng, Q Jing, RC Spear, JM Marshall, Z Yang, P Gong
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 10 (2), e0004417, 2016
682016
Novel Synthetic Medea Selfish Genetic Elements Drive Population Replacement in Drosophila; a Theoretical Exploration of Medea-Dependent Population …
OS Akbari, CH Chen, JM Marshall, H Huang, I Antoshechkin, BA Hay
ACS synthetic biology 3 (12), 915-928, 2014
672014
Confinement of gene drive systems to local populations: a comparative analysis
JM Marshall, BA Hay
Journal of Theoretical Biology 294, 153-171, 2012
612012
Synthetically engineered Medea gene drive system in the worldwide crop pest Drosophila suzukii
A Buchman, JM Marshall, D Ostrovski, T Yang, OS Akbari
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (18), 4725-4730, 2018
592018
Developing an expanded vector control toolbox for malaria elimination
GF Killeen, A Tatarsky, A Diabate, CJ Chaccour, JM Marshall, FO Okumu, ...
BMJ Global Health 2 (2), 2017
582017
Consequences of resistance evolution in a Cas9-based sex conversion-suppression gene drive for insect pest management
M KaramiNejadRanjbar, KN Eckermann, HMM Ahmed, S Dippel, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (24), 6189-6194, 2018
552018
The Cartagena Protocol and genetically modified mosquitoes
JM Marshall
Nature biotechnology 28 (9), 896-897, 2010
522010
Perspectives of people in Mali toward genetically-modified mosquitoes for malaria control
JM Marshall, MB Touré, MM Traore, S Famenini, CE Taylor
Malaria journal 9 (1), 128, 2010
502010
Semele: a killer-male, rescue-female system for suppression and replacement of insect disease vector populations
JM Marshall, GW Pittman, AB Buchman, BA Hay
Genetics 187 (2), 535-551, 2011
492011
Can CRISPR-based gene drive be confined in the wild? A question for molecular and population biology
JM Marshall, OS Akbari
ACS chemical biology 13 (2), 424-430, 2018
432018
Going beyond personal protection against mosquito bites to eliminate malaria transmission: population suppression of malaria vectors that exploit both human and animal blood
GF Killeen, SS Kiware, FO Okumu, ME Sinka, CL Moyes, NC Massey, ...
BMJ Global Health 2 (2), 2017
412017
Transforming insect population control with precision guided sterile males with demonstration in flies
NP Kandul, J Liu, SL Wu, JM Marshall, OS Akbari
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
392019
Rules of the road for insect gene drive research and testing
Z Adelman, O Akbari, J Bauer, E Bier, C Bloss, SR Carter, C Callender, ...
Nature biotechnology 35 (8), 716-718, 2017
382017
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