Michelle Evans

Post-doctoral Fellow

Montpellier, France


  • Data-driven identification of potential Zika virus vectors
  • Detecting the impact of temperature on transmission of Zika, dengue, and chikungunya using mechanistic models
  • Fine-scale variation in microclimate across an urban landscape shapes variation in mosquito population dynamics and the potential of Aedes albopictus to transmit arboviral disease
  • Anticipating Emerging Mosquito-borne Flaviviruses in the USA: What Comes after Zika?
  • Carry-over effects of urban larval environments on the transmission potential of dengue-2 virus
  • Spatio-temporal spillover risk of yellow fever in Brazil
  • Microclimate and Larval Habitat Density Predict Adult Aedes albopictus Abundance in Urban Areas
  • Reconciling model predictions with low reported cases of COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa: insights from Madagascar
  • Land cover affects microclimate and temperature suitability for arbovirus transmission in an urban landscape
  • Socio-demographic, not environmental, risk factors explain fine-scale spatial patterns of diarrhoeal disease in Ifanadiana, rural Madagascar
  • Assessing temperature‐dependent competition between two invasive mosquito species
  • Both consumptive and non-consumptive effects of predators impact mosquito populations and have implications for disease transmission
  • Socio‐ecological dynamics in urban systems: An integrative approach to mosquito‐borne disease in Bengaluru, India
  • Integrating Health Systems and Science to Respond to COVID-19 in a Model District of Rural Madagascar
  • Prioritizing COVID-19 vaccination efforts and dose allocation within Madagascar
  • A Data-driven Horizon Scan of Bacterial Pathogens at the Wildlife–livestock Interface
  • Morbidity and mortality burden of COVID-19 in rural Madagascar: results from a longitudinal cohort and nested seroprevalence study
  • Sociodemographic Variables Can Guide Prioritized Testing Strategies for Epidemic Control in Resource-Limited Contexts
  • Climatic, land-use and socio-economic factors can predict malaria dynamics at fine spatial scales relevant to local health actors: Evidence from rural Madagascar
  • The mismatch of narratives and local ecologies in the everyday governance of water access and mosquito control in an urbanizing community

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