T Déirdre Hollingsworth, Juliet R.C. Pulliam, Sebastian Funk, James E Truscott, Valerie Isham and Alun L. Lloyd (2014). Seven challenges for modelling indirect transmission: vector-borne diseases, macroparasites and neglected tropical diseases. Epidemics (Accepted).
J. E. Truscott , T. D. Hollingsworth and R. M. Anderson (2014). The interruption of thetransmission of soil transmitted helminths by repeated mass chemotherapy targeted at school agedchildren. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases (Provisionally accepted).
R. M. Anderson, J. E. Truscott and T. D. Hollingsworth (2014). The coverage and frequency ofmass drug administration required to eliminate persistent transmission of soil-transmitted helminths.Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B 369(1645)
J. E. Truscott, T. D. Hollingsworth, S. Brooker and R. M. Anderson (2014). Can chemotherapyalone eliminate the transmission of soil transmitted helminths? Parasites & vectors 7(1), 266.
T. D. Hollingsworth, J. E. Truscott and R. M. Anderson (2013). Transmission Dynamics ofAscaris lumbricoides - Theory and Observation. In C. Holland ed. Ascaris: the Neglected Parasite,Elsevier, 232–265.
R. M. Anderson, J. E. Truscott, R. L. Pullan, S. Brooker and T. D. Hollingsworth (2013). Howei??ective is school-based deworming for the community-wide control of soil-transmitted helminths?PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 7(2), e2027.
R. M. Anderson, T. D. Hollingsworth, J. E. Truscott and S. Brooker (2012). Optimisationof mass chemotherapy to control soil-transmitted helminth infection. Lancet 379, 289–90.
J. E. Truscott and N. M. Ferguson (2012). Evaluating the adequacy of gravity models as adescription of human mobility for epidemic modelling. PLoS computational biology 8(10), e1002699.
J. E. Truscott, C. Fraser, S. Cauchemez, A. Meeyai, W. Hinsley, C. A. Donnelly, A. Ghaniand N. M. Ferguson (2012). Essential epidemiological mechanisms underpinning the transmissiondynamics of seasonal ini??uenza. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface 9(67), 304–312.