Sandip Mandal
Sandip Mandal
Avenir Health/ John Snow India Private Ltd/ Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay
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Mathematical models of malaria-a review
S Mandal, RR Sarkar, S Sinha
Malaria journal 10 (1), 1-19, 2011
Prudent public health intervention strategies to control the coronavirus disease 2019 transmission in India: A mathematical model-based approach
S Mandal, T Bhatnagar, N Arinaminpathy, A Agarwal, A Chowdhury, ...
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 2020
Feasibility of achieving the 2025 WHO global tuberculosis targets in South Africa, China, and India: a combined analysis of 11 mathematical models
RMGJ Houben, NA Menzies, T Sumner, GH Huynh, N Arinaminpathy, ...
The Lancet Global Health 4 (11), e806-e815, 2016
Cost-effectiveness and resource implications of aggressive action on tuberculosis in China, India, and South Africa: a combined analysis of nine models
NA Menzies, GB Gomez, F Bozzani, S Chatterjee, N Foster, IG Baena, ...
The Lancet global health 4 (11), e816-e826, 2016
Plausibility of a third wave of COVID-19 in India: A mathematical modelling based analysis
S Mandal, N Arinaminpathy, B Bhargava, S Panda
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 2021
Counting the lives saved by DOTS in India: a model-based approach
S Mandal, VK Chadha, R Laxminarayan, N Arinaminpathy
BMC medicine 15, 1-10, 2017
Challenges facing COVID-19 vaccination in India: Lessons from the initial vaccine rollout
A Pandey, P Sah, SM Moghadas, S Mandal, S Banerjee, PJ Hotez, ...
Journal of Global Health, 2021
Order to chaos and vice versa in an aquatic ecosystem
S Mandal, S Ray, S Roy, SE Jørgensen
ecological modelling 197 (3-4), 498-504, 2006
Life history traits and exploitation affect the spatial mean‐variance relationship in fish abundance
TC Kuo, S Mandal, A Yamauchi, C Hsieh
Ecology 97 (5), 1251-1259, 2016
India’s pragmatic vaccination strategy against COVID-19: a mathematical modelling-based analysis
S Mandal, N Arinaminpathy, B Bhargava, S Panda
BMJ Open, 2021
Investigation of thermodynamic properties in an ecological model developing from ordered to chaotic states
S Mandal, S Ray, S Roy, SE Jørgensen
ecological modelling 204 (1-2), 40-46, 2007
Micro-scale patchiness enhances trophic transfer efficiency and potential plankton biodiversity
A Priyadarshi, SL Smith, S Mandal, M Tanaka, H Yamazaki
Scientific reports 9 (1), 17243, 2019
Ending TB in Southeast Asia: current resources are not enough
V Bhatia, R Srivastava, KS Reddy, M Sharma, PP Mandal, N Chhabra, ...
BMJ Global Health 5 (3), e002073, 2020
Strategies for ending tuberculosis in the South-East Asian Region: A modelling approach
N Arinaminpathy, S Mandal, V Bhatia, R McLeod, M Sharma, ...
Indian Journal of Medical Research 149 (4), 517-527, 2019
Responsive and agile vaccination strategies against COVID-19 in India
S Mandal, N Arinaminpathy, B Bhargava, S Panda
The Lancet Global Health, 2021
The potential impact of preventive therapy against tuberculosis in the WHO South-East Asian Region: a modelling approach
S Mandal, V Bhatia, M Sharma, PP Mandal, N Arinaminpathy
BMC Medicine 18 (163), 1-10, 2020
Observations and models of highly intermittent phytoplankton distributions
S Mandal, C Locke, M Tanaka, H Yamazaki
PloS one 9 (5), e94797, 2014
Transmission modeling and health systems: the case of TB in India
S Mandal, N Arinaminpathy
International Health 7 (2), 114-120, 2015
Micro-scale variability enhances trophic transfer and potentially sustains biodiversity in plankton ecosystems
A Priyadarshi, S Mandal, SL Smith, H Yamazaki
Journal of Theoretical Biology 412, 86-93, 2017
A 1D physical–biological model of the impact of highly intermittent phytoplankton distributions
S Mandal, H Homma, A Priyadarshi, H Burchard, SL Smith, KW Wirtz, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 38 (4), 964-976, 2016
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