Dr Alistair McLean
IDDO Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Alistair McLean is a Postoctoral Research Scientist at WWARN and IDDO, having joined in December 2019. Alistair supports the scientific research activities and programme management activities of several themes including melioidosis, scrub typhus, human african trypanosomiasis and malaria.
Alistair received his PhD on malaria immuno-epidemiology from The University of Melbourne in 2016 and worked as an epidemiologist/biostatistician for the Myanmar Oxford Clinical Research Unit from 2016–2019 where he performed analysis on data relating to malaria, HIV and other infectious diseases.
Malaria elimination in remote communities requires integration of malaria control activities into general health care: an observational study and interrupted time series analysis in Myanmar
McLean ARD. et al, (2018), BMC Medicine, 16
P. falciparum infection and maternofetal antibody transfer in malaria-endemic settings of varying transmission
McLean ARD. et al, (2017), PLOS ONE, 12, e0186577 - e0186577
Declining Transmission and Immunity to Malaria and Emerging Artemisinin Resistance in Thailand: A Longitudinal Study
Ataíde R. et al, (2017), The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 216, 723 - 731
Antibody Responses to Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax and Prospective Risk of Plasmodium spp. Infection Postpartum
McLean ARD. et al, (2017), The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 96, 1197 - 1204
SPEEDING UP MALARIA ELIMINATION; A CLUSTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF MASS DRUG ADMINISTRATION IN SOUTHEAST MYANMAR, AN AREA WITH ARTEMISININ RESISTANCE
Heaton J. et al, (2017), AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE, 97, 411 - 411