Her main research concerns Outbreak, Rift Valley fever, Veterinary medicine, Virology and Socioeconomics. Her Outbreak research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Logistic regression, Confidence interval, Vegetation, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Environmental exposure. Her study in Rift Valley fever is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ecosystem services, Haemorrhagic fever, Extreme weather and Japanese encephalitis.
Her research integrates issues of Transmission, Phlebovirus, Carrier state and Wet season in her study of Veterinary medicine. Véronique Chevalier has included themes like Vector and Zoonotic Infection in her Virology study. Her work in the fields of Viral replication overlaps with other areas such as Coronavirus, Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus and Coronavirinae.
Véronique Chevalier mostly deals with Veterinary medicine, Rift Valley fever, Outbreak, Socioeconomics and Virus. Her Veterinary medicine research integrates issues from Flavivirus, Seroprevalence, Prevalence and Environmental health. Her study in Rift Valley fever is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cartography, Wet season, Aedes vexans, Aedes and Phlebovirus.
As a part of the same scientific family, Véronique Chevalier mostly works in the field of Outbreak, focusing on Vector and, on occasion, Ecology and Geographic information system. Virus is a primary field of her research addressed under Virology. Her Virology research incorporates elements of Serology and Genotype.
Véronique Chevalier spends much of her time researching Japanese encephalitis, Seroprevalence, Rift Valley fever, Socioeconomics and Virus. Her Japanese encephalitis study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Veterinary medicine. Her work on Zoonosis as part of her general Veterinary medicine study is frequently connected to Vector, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Véronique Chevalier focuses mostly in the field of Seroprevalence, narrowing it down to matters related to Flavivirus and, in some cases, Zoology. In her study, Prevalence, Outbreak, Middle East and Peninsula is strongly linked to Aedes, which falls under the umbrella field of Rift Valley fever. Her study on Virus is covered under Virology.
Japanese encephalitis, Virus, Virology, Enzootic and Transmission are her primary areas of study. Her Japanese encephalitis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Flavivirus, Hemagglutination assay and Serology, Seroprevalence. Véronique Chevalier interconnects Domestic pig and Vaccination in the investigation of issues within Virus.
The concepts of her Enzootic study are interwoven with issues in Outbreak, Peninsula, Livestock, Aedes and Middle East. Her Transmission study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Rift Valley fever.
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Rift Valley fever - a threat for Europe?
Véronique Chevalier;Michel Pépin;Ludovic Plee;Renaud Lancelot.
The impact of climate change on the epidemiology and control of Rift Valley fever.
V Martin;V Chevalier;P Ceccato;A Anyamba.
Revue Scientifique Et Technique De L Office International Des Epizooties (2008)
MERS coronaviruses from camels in Africa exhibit region-dependent genetic diversity
Daniel K.W. Chu;Kenrie P.Y. Hui;Ranawaka A.P.M. Perera;Eve Miguel.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2018)
West Nile virus outbreak in horses, southern France, 2000: results of a serosurvey.
Benoit Durand;Véronique Chevalier;Régis Pouillot;Jacques Labie.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2002)
Epidemiological processes involved in the emergence of vector-borne diseases: West Nile fever, Rift Valley fever, Japanese encephalitis and Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever.
V Chevalier;S de la Rocque;T Baldet;L Vial.
Revue Scientifique Et Technique De L Office International Des Epizooties (2004)
Rift Valley Fever in Small Ruminants, Senegal, 2003
Véronique Chevalier;Renaud Lancelot;Yaya Thiongane;Baba Sall.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2005)
Newcastle disease virus in Madagascar: identification of an original genotype possibly deriving from a died out ancestor of genotype IV.
Olivier F. Maminiaina;Patricia Gil;François-Xavier Briand;Emmanuel Albina.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Rainfall patterns and population dynamics of Aedes (Aedimorphus) vexans arabiensis, Patton 1905 (Diptera: Culicidae), a potential vector of Rift Valley Fever virus in Senegal.
Bernard Mondet;Amadou Diaite;Jacques-André Ndione;Assane Gueye Fall.
Journal of Vector Ecology (2005)
Environmental predictors of West Nile fever risk in Europe.
Annelise Tran;Bertrand Sudre;Shlomit Paz;Massimiliano Rossi.
International Journal of Health Geographics (2014)
A Systematic Scoping Study of the Socio‐Economic Impact of Rift Valley Fever: Research Gaps and Needs
Marie-Isabelle Peyre;Véronique Chevalier;Shaïf Abdo-Salem;A. Velthuis.
Zoonoses and Public Health (2015)
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