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  • Sources, Seasonality, Transmission and Control: Campylobacter and human behaviour in a changing environment Sarah J O’Brien Institute of Infection and Global Health on behalf of the ENIGMA Consortium
  • Aims• Identify the key reservoirs, environmental and social drivers of Campylobacter that affect human disease;• Analyse seasonal variations in pathogen load and their impacts on exposure and disease;• Understand the relative roles of the transmission pathways and thus points of control;• Generate future projections of disease risk and its control.
  • Study 1: Ecological analysis of patterns of risk using historical data (Diggle)
  • Study 2: The ecology of Campylobacter infection on farms (Humphrey)
  • Study 3 – Landscape as a direct source of human exposure (Hunter)
  • Study 4 - The economic costs ofCampylobacter and assessment ofinterventions to reduce it (Rigby)
  • Study 5 – Alternative Risk Futures (Rushton)
  • Partners• Universities of Liverpool (lead), Aberdeen, Cambridge, East Anglia, Kent, Lancaster, Manchester, Newcastle• London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine• Health Protection Agency
  • Acknowledgments Grant Reference: GG1100799/1