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Dr John Hart

Dr John Hart

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Role Senior Research Fellow
John Hart is a medical epidemiologist with a background in tropical medicine and international health. He has extensive experience in research projects and trials in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. His current interests are in azithromycin mass drug administration for reducing child mortality, and vaccination in vulnerable children.
John Hart is a medical epidemiologist with a background in tropical medicine and international health. He has extensive experience in research projects and trials in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. His current interests are in azithromycin mass drug...
John Hart is a medical epidemiologist with a background in tropical medicine and international health. He has extensive experience in research projects and trials in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. His current interests are in azithromycin mass drug administration for reducing child mortality, and vaccination in vulnerable children.

Top Publications

  • Chaima, D, Hart, J, Pickering, H, Burr, S, Maleta, K, Kalua, K, Bailey, R, Holland, M. Association between intestinal bacterial carriage, biomarkers of environmental enteric dysfunction, and stunting in rural Malawian children. 2024
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  • Chaima, D, Pickering, H, Hart, JD, Burr, SE, Maleta, KM, Kalua, K, Bailey, RL, Holland, MJ. Fecal biomarkers of environmental enteric dysfunction and the gut microbiota of rural Malawian children: an observational study. 2024
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  • Gladstone, RA, Bojang, E, Hart, J, Harding-Esch, EM, Mabey, D, Sillah, A, Bailey, RL, Burr, SE, Roca, A, Bentley, SD, et al. Mass drug administration with azithromycin for trachoma elimination and the population structure of Streptococcus pneumoniae in the nasopharynx. 2024
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  • Burr, SE, Hart, J, Samikwa, L, Chaima, D, Cooley, G, Martin, D, Masika, M, Solomon, AW, Bailey, RL, Kalua, K. Pgp3 seroprevalence and associations with active trachoma and ocular Chlamydia trachomatis infection in Malawi: cross-sectional surveys in six evaluation units. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 13(10) : e0007749 2024
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  • Burr, SE, Sillah, A, Sanou, AS, Wadagni, AC, Hart, J, Harding-Esch, EM, Kanyi, S, Bailey, RL. Cross-Sectional Surveys of the Prevalence of Follicular Trachoma and Trichiasis in The Gambia: Has Elimination Been Reached?. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 10(9) : e0004906 2024
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