Angela is a PhD candidate at the Research School of Population Health. Angela has a background in Medicine and a Masters degree in International Public Health. The scope of her research is largely centred around the impact of global environmental change on the transmission dynamics of Echinococcus spp. in a hyperendemic area for echinococcosis in China.
Angela's major research interests focus on infectious disease epidemiology, landscape and spatial patterns of disease occurrence. She has particular interests in the various applications of GIS, remote sensing and spatial analysis to understand the landscape epidemiology of emerging infectious diseases and improve sustainability and effectiveness of preventive and control efforts.
- Aghazadeh, M., S. A. Reid, K. V. Aland, A. C. Restrepo, R. J. Traub, J. S. McCarthy and M. K. Jones (2015). A survey of Angiostrongylus species in definitive hosts in Queensland. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 4(3): 323-328.
- Restrepo, A. C., P. Baker and A. C. Clements (2014). National spatial and temporal patterns of notified dengue cases, Colombia 2007–2010. Tropical Medicine International Health 19(7): 863-871.