Dr Trish Campbell is a post-doctoral research fellow with expertise in epidemiologic analysis and mathematical modelling of infectious diseases, gained at The University of Melbourne. Her current research focus is on group A streptococcus and scabies transmission in Australian Indigenous and Fijian populations, developing mathematical and computational models in collaboration with the Menzies School of Health Research, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the Telethon Kids Institute.
Through her post-doctoral work and PhD studies, Trish has developed key skills in statistical analysis of serological data, construction of age-structured transmission models and synthesis of multiple information sources to inform understanding of optimal interventions for disease control.
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Perinatal risk factors associated with skin infection hospitalisation in Western Australia..
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Longitudinal Analysis of Group A Streptococcus emm Types and emm Clusters in a High-Prevalence Setting: Relationship between Past and Future Infections.
Patricia Therese Campbell, Steven YC Tong, Nicholas Geard, Mark R Davies, Kate A Worthing, Jake A Lacey, Pierre R Smeesters, Michael R Batzloff, Joseph Kado, Adam WJ Jenney, Jodie Mcvernon, Andrew C Steer
Journal article | 2020 | The Journal of Infectious Diseases
Group A Streptococcus is a pathogen of global importance, but despite the ubiquity of group A Streptococcus infections, the relati..
The forecasting of dynamical Ross River virus outbreaks: Victoria, Australia
Iain S Koolhof, Katherine B Gibney, Silvana Bettiol, Michael Charleston, Anke Wiethoelter, Anna-Lena Arnold, Patricia T Campbell, Peter J Neville, Phyo Aung, Tsubasa Shiga, Scott Carver, Simon M Firestone
Journal article | 2020 | Epidemics
Ross River virus (RRV) is Australia's most epidemiologically important mosquito-borne disease. During RRV epidemics in the State o..
Perinatal risk factors associated with skin infection hospitalisation in Western Australian Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal children
Rosanne Barnes, Asha C Bowen, Roz Walker, Steven YC Tong, Jodie McVernon, Patricia T Campbell, Parveen Fathima, Nicholas H de Klerk, Yue Wu, Christopher C Blyth, Jonathan R Carapetis, Hannah C Moore
Journal article | 2019 | Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology
High burden of infectious disease and antibiotic use in early life in Australian Aboriginal communities
Will Cuningham, Jodie McVernon, Michael J Lydeamore, Ross M Andrews, Jonathan Carapetis, Therese Kearns, Danielle Clucas, Roslyn Gundjirryirr Dhurrkay, Steven YC Tong, Patricia T Campbell
Journal article | 2019 | Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
A biological model of scabies infection dynamics and treatment informs mass drug administration strategies to increase the likelihood of elimination
MJ Lydeamore, PT Campbell, DG Regan, SYC Tong, RM Andrews, AC Steer, L Romani, JM Kaldor, J McVernon, JM McCaw
Journal article | 2019 | Mathematical Biosciences
Scabies and risk of skin sores in remote Australian Aboriginal communities: A self-controlled case series study
Thu Zar Aung Phyo, Will Cuningham, Kerry Hwang, Ross M Andrews, Jonathan Carapetis, Therese Kearns, Danielle Clucas, Jodie McVernon, Julie Ann Simpson, Steven Tong, Patricia Therese Campbell
Journal article | 2018 | PLOS NEGLECTED TROPICAL DISEASES
Calculation of the age of the first infection for skin sores and scabies in five remote communities in northern Australia
MJ Lydeamore, PT Campbell, W Cuningham, RM Andrews, T Kearns, D Clucas, R Gundjirryirr Dhurrkay, J Carapetis, SYC Tong, JM McCaw, J McVernon
Journal article | 2018 | Epidemiology and Infection
Infection-acquired versus vaccine-acquired immunity in an SIRWS model
Tiffany Leung, Patricia T Campbell, Barry D Hughes, Federico Frascoli, James M McCaw
Journal article | 2018 | Infectious Disease Modelling
In some disease systems, the process of waning immunity can be subtle, involving a complex relationship between the duration of im..
Indigenous Australian household structure: a simple data collection tool and implications for close contact transmission of communicable diseases
Thiripura vino, Gurmeet R Singh, Belinda Davision, Patricia T Campbell, Michael J Lydeamore, Andrew Robinson, Jodie McVernon, Steven YC Tong, Nicholas Geard
Journal article | 2017 | PEERJ
The seroepidemiology of pertussis in NSW: fluctuating immunity profiles related to changes in vaccination schedules.
Helen E Quinn, Deepika Mahajan, Linda Hueston, Patricia Campbell, Robert I Menzies, Gwendolyn L Gilbert, Peter B McIntyre
Journal article | 2011 | NSW Public Health Bulletin
The pertussis epidemic experienced in NSW in 2008-2009 was likely to be in part due to changes in diagnostic practice since 2007, ..
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Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health
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Australian Mathematical Society
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University of Melbourne
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