Viennet Elvina

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Dr Elvina Viennet

Research Fellow

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Elvina’s interests lie in infectious disease, especially in vector-borne diseases. She works to understand virus transmission, to help predict new outbreaks and keep the blood supply safe.

Elvina completed her PhD in Medical and Veterinary Entomology and Bio-Ecology from Cirad-CMAEE, Montpellier (Fr) in 2011. Her thesis was about the contact between hosts and Culicoides species in the Palaearctic region, and the implications in bluetongue virus transmission.

 

 

 

Key publications

Estimation of mosquito-borne and sexual transmission of Zika virus in Australia: Risks to blood transfusion safety
Viennet E, Frentiu FD, Williams CR, Mincham G, Jansen CC, Montgomery BL, Flower RLP, Faddy HM
2020
PLoS Negl Trop Dis.
14:e0008438.
Epidemic potential of Zika virus in Australia: implications for blood transfusion safety
Watson-Brown P, Viennet E, Mincham G, Williams CR, Jansen CC, Montgomery BL, Flower RLP, Faddy HM
2019
Transfusion.
59:648-658.
Geostatistical mapping of the seasonal spread of under-reported dengue cases in Bangladesh
Sharmin S, Glass K, Viennet E, Harley D
2018
PLoS Negl Trop Dis.
12:e0006947.
Ross River virus in Australian blood donors: possible implications for blood transfusion safety
Faddy HM, Tran TV, Hoad VC, Seed CR, Viennet E, Chan HT, Harley R, Hewlett E, Hall RA, Bielefeldt-Ohmann H, Flower RLP, Prow NA
2018
Transfusion.
58:485-492.
Climate services for health: cooperation for climate informed dengue surveillance
Viennet E, Harley D
2017
Lancet Planet Health.
1:e126-e127.