|Associated Phd Students|
|Olivier Telle is a PhD student in Health Geography from MTG laboratory (Modelisation and graphic Traitment in Geography, University of Rouen). He is currently working on the emergence of dengue in India and more particularly in Delhi.
This study examines disparities in the epidemiology of the disease in the Indian capital. This work focuses on urban dynamics, taking the disease as a revealer of environmental disparities but also as an indicator of the social and economical evolutions of a territory. Ultimately this work aims to show how a combination of actors and phenomena are responsible for the emergence and perpetuation of the disease in Delhi.
Currently working on the following programs:
- Analyse de l’Emergence de la Dengue Et Simulation Spatiale (AEDESS) - Dengue spatial analysis in Delhi (as a coordinator)
Worked on the following archived programs:
- The emergence of corporate hospitals in Indian metropolises (as a participant)
|Urban dynamics||Analyse de l’Emergence de la Dengue Et Simulation Spatiale (AEDESS) - Dengue spatial analysis in Delhi|