Salenna Elliott


  • 1572 Citations
  • 23 h-Index

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Dr Salenna Elliott (MBBS PhD MPH) is a Senior Research Fellow at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and Public Health Medical Registrar with the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine. She works with Associate Professor James Ward in the Infectious Diseases Research-Aboriginal Health Group at SAHMRI and coordinates the GOANNA Survey 2 project, a national survey of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on social and behavioural factors underlying sexually transmissible infections and blood borne viruses.

Salenna  has worked previously as a Public Health Medical Registrar at the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia, Heart Foundation and Communicable Disease Control Branch (SA Health) (2014-2016) and as a postdoctoral researcher on malaria (Queensland Institute of Medical Research, University of Melbourne (Department of Medicine), Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research and The Burnet Institute (2000-2013)).

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Research Output

  • 1572 Citations
  • 23 h-Index
  • 29 Article
  • 2 Letter
  • 2 Review article

Analysis of diagnostic data for sexually transmissible infections in South Australian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (2008-16)

Elliott, S., Betts, S., Hobbs, K., Wand, H., Rumbold, A., Ward, J. & Johnson, D. R., 18 Oct 2019, In : Sexual Health. 16, 6, p. 566-573 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Declining Malaria Transmission Differentially Impacts the Maintenance of Humoral Immunity to Plasmodium falciparum in Children

Mugyenyi, C. K., Elliott, S. R., Yap, X. Z., Feng, G., Boeuf, P., Fegan, G., Osier, F. F. H., Fowkes, F. J. I., Avril, M., Williams, T. N., Marsh, K. & Beeson, J. G., 1 Jan 2017, In : Journal of Infectious Diseases. 216, 7, p. 879-898 20 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

13 Citations (Scopus)

A novel approach to identifying patterns of human invasion-inhibitory antibodies guides the design of malaria vaccines incorporating polymorphic antigens

Drew, D. R., Wilson, D. W., Elliott, S., Cross, N., Terheggen, U., Hodder, A. N., Siba, P. M., Chelimo, K., Dent, A. E., Kazura, J. W., Mueller, I. & Beeson, J. G., 23 Sep 2016, In : BMC Medicine. 14, 1, 144.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

13 Citations (Scopus)

Limited antigenic diversity of Plasmodium falciparum apical membrane antigen 1 supports the development of effective multi-allele vaccines

Terheggen, U., Drew, D. R., Hodder, A. N., Cross, N. J., Mugyenyi, C. K., Barry, A. E., Anders, R. F., Dutta, S., Osier, F. H. A., Elliott, S. R., Senn, N., Stanisic, D. I., Marsh, K., Siba, P. M., Mueller, I., Richards, J. S. & Beeson, J. G., 1 Jan 2014, In : BMC Medicine. 12, 1, 183.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

35 Citations (Scopus)

Research priorities for the development and implementation of serological tools for malaria surveillance

Elliott, S. R., Fowkes, F. J. I., Richards, J. S., Reiling, L., Drew, D. R. & Beeson, J. G., 4 Nov 2014, In : F1000Prime Reports. 6, 100.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

33 Citations (Scopus)