Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Programme

Publications

The human-baited host decoy trap (HDT) is an efficient sampling device for exophagic Anopheles arabiensis within irrigated lands in southern Malawi.

Zembere K, Chirombo J, Nasoni P, McDermott DP, Tchongwe-Divala L, Hawkes FM, Jones CM,

Prevention of infant eczema by neonatal Bacillus Calmette-Guérin vaccination: The MIS BAIR randomized controlled trial.

Pittet LF, Messina NL, Gardiner K, Freyne B, Abruzzo V, Francis KL, Morrison C, Zufferey C, Vuillermin P, Allen KJ, Ponsonby AL, Robins-Browne R, Shann F, Flanagan KL, Phillips R, Donath S, Casalaz D, Curtis N,

Global Representation During a Global Pandemic.

Mlia-Phiri E, Lissauer S, Weatherhead JE,

The Impact of Antimicrobial Stewardship in Children in Low- and Middle-income Countries: A Systematic Review.

Abo YN, Freyne B, Kululanga D, Bryant PA,

Whole blood versus red cell concentrates for children with severe anaemia: a secondary analysis of the Transfusion and Treatment of African Children (TRACT) trial.

George EC, Uyoga S, M’baya B, Kyeyune Byabazair D, Kiguli S, Olupot-Olupot P, Opoka RO, Chagaluka G, Alaroker F, Williams TN, Bates I, Mbanya D, Gibb DM, Walker AS, Maitland K, TRACT trial study group,

Antibiotic guideline adherence by Clinicians in medical wards at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH), Blantyre Malawi.

Sibande GT, Banda NPK, Moya T, Siwinda S, Lester R,

A 34-Year-Old Man With a Neck Mass.

Phiri T, van Oosterhout J, Kampondeni S, Allain T, Mwandumba HC,

Hepatitis B vaccine co-administration influences the heterologous effects of neonatal BCG vaccination in a sex-differential manner.

Pittet LF, Cox L, Freyne B, Germano S, Bonnici R, Gardiner K, Donath S, Collins CL, Casalaz D, Robins-Browne R, Flanagan KL, Messina NL, Curtis N,

Delayed presentation to hospital care is associated with sequelae but not mortality in children with cerebral malaria in Malawi.

Borgstein A, Zhang B, Lam C, Gushu MB, Liomba AW, Malenga A, Pensulo P, Tebulo A, Small DS, Taylor T, Seydel K,

Urine and vaginal microbiota compositions of postmenopausal and premenopausal women differ regardless of recurrent urinary tract infection and renal transplant status.

Hugenholtz F, van der Veer C, Terpstra ML, Borgdorff H, van Houdt R, Bruisten S, Geerlings SE, van de Wijgert JHHM,