Olivier TELLE

Olivier TELLE

Olivier Telle is a researcher at CNRS currently affiliated with CSH. The general aim of his research is to better understand how socio-spatial dynamics of cities are connected to epidemic diffusion, in India (Delhi), as well as Asia (Vientiane, Bangkok). By integrating human mobility, socio-economic, infra-structural and governance disparities, Olivier aims to reduce disease diffusion within and between cities. He is particularly interested in reconnecting sanitation –in his broad meaning- with urban health. Before being recruited by CNRS, Olivier conducted a 3 years postdoc at Institut Pasteur Paris (Functional Genetic of Infectious Diseases).
Recent Publications:

1. “Urban climate versus global climate change-what makes the difference for dengue?: Climate, dengue, and urban heat islands, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 27 May 2016

2. Emerging Diseases and Socio-spatial Disparities: Lessons from Dengue Virus in Delhi”  Economic and Political Weekly, 26 March 2016.

3. “The Spread of Dengue in an Endemic Urban Milieu–The Case of Delhi”India PLOS ONE, 25 January 2016.

4. “Detection of dengue virus in individual Aedes aegypti mosquitoes in Delhi”, India J Vector Borne Dis 52, June 2015, pp. 129–133, 27 June 2016.

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