Research projects and papers relating to TickSolve

Monkey Fever Risk

MonkeyFeverRisk is a One Health Indo-UK project that develops innovative inter-disciplinary frameworks to help communities avoid exposure to zoonotic diseases whilst maximising the livelihood benefits they derive from tropical forests.

We focus on the emerging tick-borne viral infection Kyasanur Forest Disease (KFD) that affects low-income communities in the Western Ghats forest in India.

Our research project links expertise in public and animal health, forest and wildlife ecology earth observation with social science, and translates empirical data and knowledge into tools for disease managers across sectors.

Project Papers

Prediciting disease risk areas through co-production of spatial models: The example of Kyasanur Forest Disease in India's forest landscapes

Co-production of knowledge as part of a OneHealth approach to better control of zoonotic diseases