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Defence Health

Army Malaria Institute


Professor G. Dennis Shanks



Paynter S, Ware RS, Shanks GD. Host and environmental factors reducing mortality during the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic. Epidemiol Infect, 2011. Epub ahead of print.

Brundage JF, Shanks GD. Sequential infections with influenza and novel respiratory bacteria. J Infect Dis, 2011; 203 (7): 1034-5.


Summers JA, Wilson N, Baker MG, Shanks GD. Mortality risk factors for pandemic influenza on New Zealand troop ship, 1918. Emerg Infect Dis, 2010; 16 (12): 1931-7.

Shanks GD. For severe malaria, artesunate is the answer. Lancet, 2010; 376 (9753): 1621-2.

WhitmanTJ, Coyne PE, Magill AJ, Blazes DL, Green MD, Milhous WK, Burgess TH, Freilich D, Tasker SA, Azar RG, Endy TP, Clagett CD, Deye GA, Shanks GD, Martin GJ. An outbreak of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in US Marines deployed to Liberia. Am J Trop Med Hyg, 2010; 83 (2): 258-65.

Shanks GD, Mackenzie A, McLaughlin R, Waller M, Dennis P, Lee SE, Brundage JF. Mortality risk factors during the 1918-1919 influenza pandemic in the Australian Army, J Infect Dis, 2010; 201 (12): 1880-9.

Shanks GD, Bradley DJ. Island Fever: the historical determinants of malaria in the Andaman Islands. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, 2010; 104 (3): 185-90


Shanks GD. Simultaneous epidemics of influenza and malaria in the Australian Army in Palestine in 1918. Med J Aust. 2009; 191 (11-12): 654-7.

Shanks GD. Are studies on severe malaria still possible? Clin Infect Dis, 2009; 49 (6): 850-1.


Brundage JF, Shanks GD. Deaths from bacterial pneumonia during 1918-19 influenza pandemic. Emerg Infect Dis, 2008; 14 (8): 1193-9.

21 September, 2011