Suzanne Keddie

Research Assistant Team: Global Malaria Epidemiology

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Suzanne is one of MAP’s research assistants. She completed her MSci degree in Geography at the University of Nottingham. Her dissertation integrated epidemiology and macroecology to explore the predictability of the environmental niche of important vectors for several infectious diseases including malaria.

In 2017, Suzanne went on to an MSc in Control of Infectious Disease at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where she focused on malaria biology, epidemiology and control before joining MAP in June 2018.


Selected Biography

URLDOIWeiss DJ., Lucas TCD., Nguyen M., Nandi AK., Bisanzio D., Battle KE., Cameron E., Twohig, KA., Pfeffer, DA., Rozier JA., Gibson HS., Rao PC., Casey D., Bertozzi-Villa A., Collins EL., Dalrymple U., Gray N., Harris JR., Howes RE., Kang SY., Keddie SH., May D., Rumisha S., Thorn MP., Barber R., Fullman N., Huynh CK., Kulikoff X., Kutz MJ., Lopez AD., Mokdad AH., Naghavi N., Nguyen G., Shackelford KA., Vos T., Wang H., Smith DL., Lim SS., Murray CJL., Bhatt S., Hay SI., Gething PW.,

Mapping the global prevalence, incidence, and mortality of Plasmodium falciparum, 2000–17: a spatial and temporal modelling study

Lancet. June 2019
URLDOIBattle KE., Lucas TCD., Nguyen M., Howes RE., Nandi A., Twohig, KA., Pfeffer, DA., Cameron E., Rao PC., Casey D., Gibson HS., Rozier JA., Dalrymple U., Keddie SH., Collins EL., Harris JR., Guerra CA., Thorn MP., Bisanzio D., Fullman N., Huynh CK., Kulikoff X., Kutz MJ., Lopez AD., Mokdad AH., Naghavi N., Nguyen G., Shackelford KA., Vos T., Wang H., Lim SS., Murray CJL., Price RN., Baird JK., Smith DL., Bhatt S., Weiss DJ., Hay SI., Gething PW.,

Mapping the global endemicity and clinical burden of Plasmodium vivax, 2000–17: a spatial and temporal modelling study

The Lancet. June 2019
URLDOIDalrymple U., Cameron E., Arambepola R., Battle KE., Chestnutt EG, Keddie SH., Twohig, KA., Pfeffer DA., Gibson HS., Weiss DJ., Bhatt S., Gething PW.,

The contribution of non-malarial febrile illness co-infections to Plasmodium falciparum case counts in health facilities in sub-Saharan Africa

Malaria Journal. June 2019 18(195):