Scott O'Neill

Professor

1989 …2022
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Biography

Scott O'Neill (PhD FAA FAAAS) is the Director of the Institute of Vector-Borne Disease at Monash University. He has spent his academic career at the University of Illinois, Yale University, the University of Queensland and Monash University where until recently he was the Dean of Science.

Prof O'Neill leads a large international research collaboration, The Eliminate Dengue Program. This program is working on the development of Wolbachia as a novel method to block the transmission of dengue fever and other mosquito transmitted viral diseases like zika and chikungunya. The Eliminate Dengue program - a global not for profit - is conducting field trials of the novel Wolbachia method in multiple countries. More information can be found at www.eliminatedengue.com

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Projects 2008 2022

Research Output 1989 2018

Baseline characterization of dengue epidemiology in Yogyakarta City, Indonesia, before a randomized controlled trial of Wolbachia for arboviral disease control

Indriani, C., Ahmad, R. A., Wiratama, B. S., Arguni, E., Supriyati, E., Sasmono, R. T., Kisworini, F. Y., Ryan, P. A., O'Neill, S. L., Simmons, C. P., Utarini, A. & Anders, K. L., 1 Jan 2018, In : American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 99, 5, p. 1299-1307 9 p.

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Cluster-randomized test-negative design trials: A novel and efficient method to assess the efficacy of community-level dengue interventions

Anders, K. L., Cutcher, Z., Kleinschmidt, I., Donnelly, C. A., Ferguson, N. M., Indriani, C., Ryan, P. A., O'Neill, S. L., Jewell, N. P. & Simmons, C. P., 1 Jan 2018, In : American Journal of Epidemiology. 187, 9, p. 2021-2028 8 p.

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Epidemiological, serological, and virological features of dengue in Nha Trang City, Vietnam

Quyen, D. L., Le, N. T., Van Anh, C. T., Nguyen, N. B., Van Hoang, D., Montgomery, J. L., Kutcher, S. C., Le, N. H., Hien, N. T., Kien, D. T. H., Rabaa, M., O'Neill, S. L., Simmons, C. P., Anh, D. D. & Anders, K. L., 2018, In : American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 98, 2, p. 402-409 8 p.

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Scaled deployment of Wolbachia to protect the community from dengue and other Aedes transmitted arboviruses

O'Neill, S. L., Ryan, P. A., Turley, A. P., Wilson, G., Retzki, K., Iturbe-Ormaetxe, I., Dong, Y., Kenny, N., Paton, C. J., Ritchie, S. A., Brown-Kenyon, J., Stanford, D., Wittmeier, N., Anders, K. L. & Simmons, C. P., 2018, In : Gates Open Research. 2, 27 p., 36.

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The AWED trial (Applying Wolbachia to Eliminate Dengue) to assess the efficacy of Wolbachia-infected mosquito deployments to reduce dengue incidence in Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial

Anders, K. L., Indriani, C., Ahmad, R. A., Tantowijoyo, W., Arguni, E., Andari, B., Jewell, N. P., Rances, E., O'Neill, S. L., Simmons, C. P. & Utarini, A., 31 May 2018, In : Trials. 19, 1, 16 p., 302.

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