Dr. Charles Mbogo

Charles Mbogo

Email:
cmbogo@kemri-wellcome.org

Department:
Public Health Research

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Charles is a public health entomologist with over 20 years’ experience in the conduct of entomological studies in Kenya, Ethiopia and Eritrea. His focus has been the study of malaria vectors and has worked on the large-scale evaluation of insecticide-treated bednets, insecticide resistance, and integrated vector management (IVM) strategies. He has developed and implemented vector surveillance systems at local and national scales. Charles serves on various national and international technical committees. He maintains a keen interest in translating research into policy and practice and played an important role in the formulation of national policy on IVM. He is the current President of the Pan African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA), an association of African entomology professionals dedicated to Improving human health through suppression of mosquitoes and mosquito borne diseases.

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BioVision study: Integrated Vector Management (IVM — Team Member

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Longitudinal Study of Vector Behavior in Areas of — Team Member

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VPH-1: Insecticide Resistance monitoring and development of IR risk maps — Team Member

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VPH-1: Insecticide Resistance monitoring and development of IR risk maps — Team Member

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VPH-1: Insecticide Resistance monitoring and development of IR risk maps — Team Member

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VPH-1: Insecticide Resistance monitoring and development of IR risk maps — Team Member

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- VPH-2: BioVision study: Integrated Vector Management (IVM) for sustainable Malaria Control in Eastern Africa [CM]. — Team Member

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BioVision study: Integrated Vector Management (IVM) for sustainable Malaria Control in Eastern Africa [CM]. — Team Member

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BioVision study: Integrated Vector Management (IVM) for sustainable Malaria Control in Eastern Africa — Team Member

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Longitudinal Study of Vector Behavior in Areas of Expanding Vector Control Interventions in Kenya — Team Member

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Insecticide Resistance monitoring and development of IR risk maps — Team Member

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Longitudinal Study of Vector Behavior in Areas of Expanding Vector Control Interventions in Kenya — Team Member

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Malaria vector ecology in Taveta District, Kenya — Team Member

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Impact of vector resistance on the effectiveness of IRS and ITNs in Nyanza Province — Team Member

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A gendered approach to understanding perceptions of and responses to malaria prevalence in Malindi, Kenya — Team Member

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Impact of insecticide resistance on malaria vectors and the effectiveness of vector control interventions in Kenya — Team Member

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Impact of insecticide resistance on malaria vectors and the effectiveness of vector control interventions in Kenya — Team Member

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Longitudinal study of vector behavior in areas of expanding vector control interventions in Kenya — Team Member

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Assessment of multi-polarization c-band sar for vector-borne risk mapping — Team Member

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Field manipulations of larval mosquito populations — Team Member

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Impact of insecticide resistance in malaria vectors on the effectiveness of vector control interventions in Kenya: a multidisciplinary approach — Team Member

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Ecological and physiological adaptations of malaria vector species in semi-arid zones in Kenya as a basis for improved implementation of vector control strategies — Team Member

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Ecological and physiological adaptations of malaria vector species in semi-arid zones in Kenya as a basis for improved implementation of vector control strategies — Team Member

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Ecological and physiological adaptations of malaria vector species in semi-arid zones in Kenya as a basis for improved implementation of vector control strategies — Team Member

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Ecological and physiological adaptations of malaria vector species in semi-arid zones in Kenya as a basis for improved implementation of vector control strategies — Team Member

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