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Surname : GARCHITORENA
Name : Andres
Grade : CR2
Email address : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone : (+33) 4 48 19 18 68
Fax : (+33) 4 67 41 62 99
Locality : IRD Montpellier
Theme : Ecological and socio-economic feedbacks with tropical diseases, health system strengthening.
Other : Google scholar

Publications :

Bonds MH, Ouenzar MA, Garchitorena A, Cordier LF, McCarty MG, Rich ML, Andriamihaja B, Haruna J, Farmer PE (2018) Madagascar can build stronger health systems to fight plague and prevent the next epidemic. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 12: e0006131 doi

Garchitorena A, Miller AC, Cordier LF, Rabeza VR, Randriamanambintsoa M, Razanadrakato HTR, Hall L, Gikic D, Haruna J, McCarty M, Randrianambinina A, Thomson DR, Atwood S, Rich ML, Murray MB, Ratsirarson J, Ouenzar MA, Bonds MH (2018) Early changes in intervention coverage and mortality rates following the implementation of an integrated health system intervention in Madagascar. BMJ Global Health 3: UNSP e000762 doi

Garchitorena A, Raza-Fanomezanjanahary EM, Mioramalala SA, Chesnais CB, Ratsimbasoa CA, Ramarosata H, Bonds MH, Rabenantoandro H (2018) Towards elimination of lymphatic filariasis in southeastern Madagascar: successes and challenges for interrupting transmission. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 12: e0006780 doi

Miller AC, Garchitorena A, Rabeza V, Randriamanambintsoa M, Razanadrakato HTR, Cordier L, Ouenzar MA, Murray MB, Thomson DR, Bonds MH (2018) Cohort profile: Ifanadiana Health Outcomes and Prosperity longitudinal Evaluation (IHOPE). International Journal of Epidemiology 47: 1394-1395e doi

Combe M, Velvin CJ, Morris A, Garchitorena A, Carolan K, Sanhueza D, Roche B, Couppie P, Guégan JF, Gozlan RE (2017) Global and local environmental changes as drivers of Buruli ulcer emergence. Emerging Microbes & Infections 6: e22 doi

Garchitorena A, Sokolow SH, Roche B, Ngonghala CN, Jocque M, Lund A, Barry M, Mordecai EA, Daily GC, Jones JH, Andrews JR, Bendavid E, Luby SP, LaBeaud AD, Seetah K, Guégan JF, Bonds MH, De Leo G (2017) Disease ecology, health and the environment: a framework to account for ecological and socio-economic drivers in the control of neglected tropical diseases. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372: 20160128 doi

García-Peña GE, Garchitorena A, Carolan K, Canard E, Prieur-Richard AH, Suzán G, Mills JN, Roche B, Guégan JF (2016) Niche-based host extinction increases prevalence of an environmentally acquired pathogen. Oikos 125: 1508-1515 doi

Garchitorena A, Guégan JF, Leger L, Eyangoh S, Marsollier L, Roche B (2015) Mycobacterium ulcerans dynamics in aquatic ecosystems are driven by a complex interplay of abiotic and biotic factors. Elife 4: e07616 doi

Garchitorena A, Ngonghala CN, Guégan JF, Texier G, Bellanger M, Bonds M, Roche B (2015) Economic inequality caused by feedbacks between poverty and the dynamics of a rare tropical disease: the case of Buruli ulcer in sub-Saharan Africa. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 282: 20151426 doi

Garchitorena A, Ngonghala CN, Texier G, Landier J, Eyangoh S, Bonds MH, Guégan JF, Roche B (2015) Environmental transmission of Mycobacterium ulcerans drives dynamics of Buruli ulcer in endemic regions of Cameroon. Scientific Reports 5: 18055 doi

Landier J, Constantin de Magny G, Garchitorena A, Guégan JF, Gaudart J, Marsollier L, Le Gall P, Giles-Vernick T, Eyangoh S, Fontanet A, Texier G (2015) Seasonal patterns of Buruli ulcer incidence, Central Africa, 2002-2012. Emerging Infectious Diseases 21: 1414-1417 doi

Garchitorena A, Roche B, Kamgang R, Ossomba J, Babonneau J, Landier J, Fontanet A, Flahault A, Eyangoh S, Guégan JF & Marsollier L (2014) Mycobacterium ulcerans ecological dynamics and its association with freshwater ecosystems and aquatic communities: results from a 12-month environmental survey in Cameroon. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 8: 2879 doi