Martial Loth Ndeffo Mbah PhD
Associate Research Scientist in Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases)
- Disease control in Cameroon
Developing risk map and transmission models for informing public health policies for infectious disease surveillance and control in Cameroon
- Epidemiological modeling of Ebolavirus
In collaboration with the Liberian ministry of Health of Social Welfare, we are developing transmission models to assess the differential contribution of disease progression to the spread of Ebola in Liberia, and evaluating the potential effectiveness of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical intervention strategies.
- Visceral Leishmaniasis
Developing data-driven epidemiological models to evaluate the contribution of different host species to disease dynamics and evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different targeted intervention strategies
- Interaction between genital schistosomiasis and HIV transmission
Zimbabwe; South Africa(2012)
Developing data-driven epidemiological model for joint transmission dynamics of HIV and schistosomiasis to evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of community based intervention of provision of clean of water, sanitation, and health education and administration of praziquantel to school-age children for reducing and schistosomiasis HIV burden in co-endemic communities.
Education & Training
- University of Yaounde I, Cameroon (2003)
- African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (2005)
- University of Cambridge (2006)
- University of Cambridge (2010)