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2002Characteristics of severe anemia and its association with malaria in young children of the Kassena-Nankana district of northern Ghana.Owusu-Agyei, S.; Fryauff, D.J.; Chandramohan, D.; Koram, K.A.; Binka, F.N.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Utz, G.C.; Hoffman, S.L.
2007Mefloquine (MQ) single dose 20 mg/kg treatment of falciparum malaria was evaluated in 186 children of 6-24 months of age in northern GhanaFryauff, D.J.; Owusu-Agyei, S.; Utz, G.; Baird, J.K.; Koram, K.A.; Binka, F.; Nkrumah, F.; Hoffman, S.L.
2001Incidence of symptomatic and asymptomatic plasmodium falciparum infection following curative therapy in adult residents of northern Ghana.Owusu-Agyei, S.; Koram, K.A.; Baird, J.K.; Utz, G.C.; Binka, F.N.; Nkrumah, F.K.; Fryauff, D.J.; Hoffman, S.L.
Feb-2007Mefloquine treatment for uncomplicated falciparum malaria in young children 6-24 months of age in northern Ghana.Fryauff, D. J.,; Owusu-Agyei, S.; Utz, G.; Baird, J. K; Koram, K.A.; Binka, F.; Nkrumah, F.; Hoffman, S. L.
1-Jan-2004Malaria transmission dynamics at a site in northern Ghana proposed for testing malaria vaccines.Appawu, M.; Owusu-Agyei, S.; Dadzie, S.; Asoala, V.; Anto, F.; Koram, K.A.; Fryauff, D.J.
2002Does radical cure of asymptomatic plasmodium falciparum place adults in endemic areas at increased risk of recurrent symptomatic malaria?Owusu-Agyei, S.; Binka, F.; Koram, K.A.; Anto, F.; Adjuik, M.; Nkrumah, F.; Smith, T.
2003Seasonal profiles of malaria infection, anaemia, and bednet use among age groups and communities in northern Ghana.Koram, K.A.; Owusu-Agyei, S.; Fryauff, D.J.; Anto, F.; Atuguba, F.; Hodgson, A.; Hoffman, S.L.; Nkrumah, F.K.
2000Severe anemia in young children after high and low malaria transmission seasons in the Kassena-Nankana district of northern Ghana.Koram, K.A.; Owusu-Agyei, S.; Utz, G.; Binka, F.N.; Baird, J.K.; Hoffman, S.L.; Nkrumah, F.K.
Mar-2003Stakeholders Identification– Targeted list of stakeholders’ for the In-depth interview. Research Institutions/ Universities - UCC, UDS, UMat, Atomic Energy, GAEC, School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences. Ministries Departments and Agencies (MDA’s)– EPA, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Environment and Science, CSIR, Ministry of Mines and Energy, Ministry of Roads and Transport, AMA, Zoomlion, Ministry of Food and Agriculture Industries – Tullow Oil, Anglogold Ashanti, Newmont Ghana, Gold Fields, TOR, Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation, Ghana Ports and Harbours, Ghana Standards Authority. Civil Societies and NGO’s – WHO, UNICEF, UNDP, Traditional Leaders, CONIWAS, Association of Environment and Health. Contact key persons or experts in Occupational and Environmental Health field. Questionnaires should include a checklist. The meeting went ahead to include in the framework the levels of stakeholders, specifics, Contact Persons, Timelines and the Expected Output to aid in the categorization of the framework. The meeting agreed that all members should take a look at Edith’s report and provide comments, however, this questionnaires must be sent to all the stakeholders. Timelines- 26th June, 2013 Point-person: – Dr. Stephens, Julius, Hannah, with Strong Input from Edith and Prof. Quakyi to Contact Key Persons. 3.2 Priority Research for Capacity Building- Extractive Industry mainly Mining, Oil and Gas, Agriculture and Disease Control Activiites Eg. Indoor residual spraying versus burden on chronic diseases.Hale, B. R.; Owusu-Agyei, S.; Fryauff, D. J.; Koram, K.A.; Adjuik, M.; Oduro, A.R.; Prescott, W.R.; Baird, J.K.; Nkrumah, F.; Ritchie, T.L.; Franke, E.D.; Binka, F.N.; Horton, J.; Hoffman, S.L.
Apr-2012Haematological and biochemical reference values for healthy adults in the middle belt of GhanaDosoo, D. K.,; Kayan, K.; Adu-Gyasi, D.; Kwara, E.; Ocran, J.; Osei-Kwakye, K.; Mahama, E.; Amenga-Etego, S.; Bilson, P.; Asante, K.P.; Koram, K.A.; Owusu-Agyei, S.