Imperial College London

Miss Monica Anna de Cola

Faculty of MedicineSchool of Public Health

Research Postgraduate





Medical SchoolSt Mary's Campus





I am currently a PhD student within the Department for Infectious Disease Epidemiology. My research focuses on using routinely collected data to estimate the impact of malaria prevention interventions and using mathematical modelling techniques to better estimate and understand impact in these data sources. I am specifically interested in monitoring impact of programmes on an ongoing basis as they are routinely provided in order to assess whether effectiveness remains high, and to detect any issues in coverage, adherence, or efficacy.



Ward C, Phillips A, Oresanya O, et al., 2022, Delivery of seasonal malaria chemoprevention with enhanced infection prevention and control measures during the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Chad: a cross-sectional study, Malaria Journal, Vol:21

de Cola MA, Sawadogo B, Richardson S, et al., 2022, Impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention on prevalence of malaria infection in malaria indicator surveys in Burkina Faso and Nigeria, Bmj Global Health, Vol:7, ISSN:2059-7908, Pages:1-11

Richardson S, Moukenet A, Diar MSI, et al., 2021, Modeled Impact of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention on District-Level Suspected and Confirmed Malaria Cases in Chad Based on Routine Clinical Data (2013-2018), American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Vol:105, ISSN:0002-9637, Pages:1712-1721

Moukénet A, de Cola MA, Ward C, et al., 2021, Health management information system (HMIS) data quality and associated factors in Massaguet district, Chad, Bmc Medical Informatics and Decision Making, Vol:21

Baker K, Ward C, Maurel A, et al., 2021, Usability and acceptability of a multimodal respiratory rate and pulse oximeter device in case management of children with symptoms of pneumonia: A cross‐sectional study in Ethiopia, Acta Paediatrica, Vol:110, ISSN:0803-5253, Pages:1620-1632

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