1. Yendewa, G A, Lakoh S, Yendewa S A, Bangura K., Tabernilla A., Patino L., Jiba D F., Massaquoi S.P., Osario N S., Deen G P., Sahr F., Salata R A., and Poveda E. Characterizing HIV1 genetic subtypes and drug resistance mutation among children, adolescents and pregnant women in Sierra Leone. GENES 2021 IF:4.096, ISSN 2073-4425 (https//www.mdpi.com/2073-4425/12/91314).
  2. Lavine A., Logan, A., Perera S., Yam D., Garbar S., Kennedy S B., Liu T., Aluisio A., Massaquoi A and Sahr F. Association between oral antimalarial medication administration and mortality among patients with EBOLA Virus Disease: A multisite cohort study. BMC Infectious Diseases October 2021.
  3. Kangbai J B., Sheku M., Koroma B., Macathy J M., Kaitibi D., Shar F., George A M., Gegbe F., Cummings-Wray D., and Babawo L S. Africa’s COVID-19 third wave: A coup behavior-disease system in a mutual feedback loop. G Med Sci. 2021:2(5):026-030. https//www/dol.org/10 46766/thegms.epidemiol.21101704
  4. Kangbai, J. B., Babawo, L. S., Kaitibi, D., Sandy, A. A, George, A. M. and Sahr F. Re-reading A C T, BCG and low COVID-19 in Africa. Comprehensive Clinical Medicine. (Jan. 2021).
  5.  Adaken, C., Scott, J., Sharman, R.,…. Sahr F., the Ebola-CP Consortium, Dimolow, R. J., Tedder, R. S., Semple, M. G., Paxton, W. A. and Pollakis, G. Ebola Virus antibody decay-stimulation is a high proportion of survivors. (Jan 2021).
  6. Bangura, U., Buanie, J., Lamin, J., Davis, C., Bongo, G, N., Dawson, M., Ansumana, R., Sondufu, D., Thomson, E. C., Sahr F, and Fichet-Calvet, E., Lassa Fever circulation in small mammal population in Bo District, Sierra Leone.  (Jan. 2021). Vol.10 No. 28
  7. Yam, D, Aluisio, A. R; Perera, S. M.; Peters, J. L.; Cho, D. K.; Kennedy. S. B.; Massaquoi, M.; Sahr, F.; Smit. M. A.; Mocks, L.; Liu, T. and Levine, A. C. Association between multivitamin supplementation and motility among patients with Ebola Virus disease: An International multisite cohort study.  African journal of Emergency, medicine. Available online (3 Jan. 2020).
  8. Kangbai J. B, Heumann C, Hoelscher M, Sahr F, Froeschl G., Severity Score for Predicting in-facility Ebola treatment outcome, Annals of Epidemiology. (Aug. 2020).
  9. Scott J. T, Sharma R., Meredith L. W., Dunning J., Moore C. E., Sahr F., Ward S. A., Goodfollow P. H., Pharmacokinetics of TKM-130803 in Sierra Leonean patients with Ebola virus disease: plasma concentrations exceed target levels, with drug accumulation in the most severe patients. EBioMedicine (Jan. 2020).
  10. Aluisio A. R., Perera S. M, Yam D, Garnern S., Peters J. L., Abel L., Cho D. K., Woldemichael D., Kennedy S. B., Massaquoi M., Sahr F., Liu T., Levine A. S., Association between treatment with oral third-generation cephalosporin antibiotics and mortality outcomes in in Ebola virus disease: a multinational retrospective cohort study.  Tropical Medicine and International health (Jan. 2020).
  11. Halfmann P., Eisfeld A. J., Watanabe T., Maemura T., Yamashita M., Fukuyama S., Armbrust T.,  Rozich I., N’jai A. U., Neumann G., Yoshihiro K., Sahr F., Serological analysis of Ebola virus survivors and close contacts in Sierra Leone:  A cross-sectional study. PLOS Neglected Tropical Disease (Aug. 2019).
  12. Lakoh S., Jiba D. F., Kanu J. E., Poveda E., Salgado-Barreira A., Sahr F., Sesay M., Deen G. F. Sesay T., Gashau W., Salata R. A., Yendewa G. A., Courses of hospitalization and predicators of HIV-associated  morality at the main referral hospital in Sierra Leone a prospective study.  BMC Public Health. (Oct. 2019).
  13. Aluisio A. R., Perera S. M., Yam D., Stephanie G., Peters J. L., Abel L., Cho D. K., Kennedy S. B., Massaquoi M., Sahr F., Brinkmann S., Locks L. M., Liu T., Levine A. C., Vitamin a supplementation was associated with reduced mortality in patients with Ebola Virus disease during the West African outbreak. Journal of Nutrition (2019).
  14. Hannigan B., Whitworth J. A. G., Carrol M. W., Roberts A. D. G., Bruce C., Samba T., Sahr F., Coates Elizabeth. The Ministry of Health and Sanitation – Public Health England (MOHS-PHE) Ebola Biobank. (Aug. 2019).
  15. Yendewa G. A., Sahr F., Lakoh S., Ruiz M., Patrino L., Tabernilla A., Deen G. F., Sesay M., Salata R. A., Poveda E,. Prevalence of drug resistance mutations among ART-naïve and experienced HIV-infected patients in Sierra Leone. (2019).
  16. Kyle J. E., Burnum-Johnson K. E., Wendler J. P., Eisfeld A. J., Halfmann P., Watanabe T., Sahr F., Smith R. D., Kawaoka Y., Waters K. M., Metz T.O., Plasma lipidome reveals critical illness and recovery from human Ebola virus disease. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (Feb. 2019).
  17. Liu W. J., Sesay F. R., Courier A., Knust B., Marrinan J. E., Whitmer S.L.M., McDonald S.L.R., Gaillard P., Liu Y., Su Q., Zhang Y., Crozier I., Ariyarajah A., Carino M., Sahr F…….. Deen G. F., Comprehensive Clinical and Laboratory Follow-up of a female patient with Ebola Virus Disease: Sierra Leone Ebola Virus Persistence Study. Open Forum Infectious Diseases. (Feb. 2019).
  18. Kangbai J. B., Heumann C., Hoelscher M., Sahr F., Froeschi G., Epidemiological characteristics, clinical manifestations, and treatment outcome of 139 paediatric Ebola patients treated at a Sierra Leone Ebola treatment center. BMC infectious Diseases (Jan. 2019).
  19. Peters J. L., Cho D. K., Aluisio A. R., Kennedy S. B., Massaquoi M., Sahr F., Perera S. M.. Environmental temperature and case fatality of patients with Ebola virus disease in Sierra Leone and Liberia, 2014 / 2015: a retrospective cohort study.  (2019).
  20. Garbern S. C, Yam D, Aluisio A. R, Cho D, K, Kennedy S. B, Massaquoi M, Sahr F, Perera S. M, Levine A. C, Liu T.  Effect of Mass Artesunate – Amodiaquine Distribution on Mortality of Patients with Ebola Virus Disease during West African Outbreak.  Open Forum Infectious Diseases, of 250. (May 2019).
  21. Kangbai J. B, Heumann C, Hoelscher M, Sahr F, Froeschl G., Sociodemographic and clinical determinants of in facility case fatality rate for 938 adult Ebola patients treated at Sierra Leone Ebola treatment center. Social Sciences Research Network (2019)
  22. Aluisio AR, Yam D ,   Peters J. L,  Daniel K,  ChoL,  Kennedy  Massaquoi M,  Sahr F,  Smit M. A,  Liu T,. The Impact of Intravenous Fluid Therapy on Survival Among Patients with Ebola Virus Disease: An International Multisite Retrospective Cohort Study. The Impact of Intravenous fluid therapy on survival among patients with Ebola virus disease:  An International multisite retrospective cohort study. Clinical Infectious Diseases (2019).
  23. Yendewa GA, Sahr F, Aguilera A, Lakoh S, Sesay M, Deen GF, Patiño L, Poveda E, Salata RA. Seroprevalence of Hepatitis B, Hepatitis and Human T-cell lymphostropic Virus Infections. HIV – infected patients in Sierra Leone. Am J Trop Med Hyg. (2019).
  24. Rasche ALehmann FKönig AGoldmann NCorman VMMoreira-Soto AGeipel Avan Riel DVakulenko YASander ALNiekamp HKepper RSchlegel MAkoua-Koffi CSouza BFCDSahr FOlayemi ASchulze VPetraityte-Burneikiene RKazaks ALowjaga KAATGeyer JKuiken TDrosten CLukashev ANFichet-Calvet EUlrich RGGlebe DDrexler JF. Highly diversified shrew hepatitis B viruses corroborate ancient origins and divergent infection patterns of mammalian hepadnaviruses.  Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2019 Aug 20;116 (34):17007-17012.
  25. Steptoe P. J., Momorie F., Fornah A. D., Komba S. P., Emsley E., Scott J. T., Harding S. P., Vandy M. J., Sahr F., Beare N. A. V., Semple M. G,. Multimodal Imaging and Spatial Analysis of Ebola Retinal Lesions in 14 Survivors of Ebola Virus Disease. JAMA Ophthalmology. (June 2018).
  26. Qin Y., Bangura H.S., Li B., Zhou Y., Yuan Y., Sun Y., Li J., Zhao Z., Jiao J., Song B., Sevalie S., Jiang T., Sahr F., Jiang J., Self-reported knowledge and practices of healthcare workers on occupational exposure and protection from infectious Disease at the Military Hospital in Sierra Leone.  The Journal of Medical Research (Sept. 2018).
  27. Masssquoi T.A, Buurka R.M,Yaug G., Lakoh S.,Stephen S., LI Bo, Jia H, Huang L, Deen G.F, Beynon F, Sahr F. Cross sectional study of chronic hepatitis B prevalence among healthcare workers in an urban   setting, Sierra Leone PLOSONE (Aug. 2018).
  28. Peters J L,Cho. D.K, Aluisio, AR, Kenndy S.B/ Massaquoi M.B.F, Sahr F, Perera S.M and Levine A.C. Environmental Temperature and case fatality and persons with Ebola virus Disease in Sierra Leone and Liberia 2014- 2015 Tropical Medicine on International Health (Oct. 2018).
  29. Yendewa A, Poveda E. Yendewa S.A, Sahr F, Quiñones-Mateu M.E and Salata R.A. HIV/AIDS in Sierra Leone: Characterizing the Hidden Epidemic.  AIDS Rev. (2018)
  30. Bonwitt J, Dawson M, Kandeh M, Ansumana R, Sahr F, Brown H, Kelly A.H. Unintended Consequences of the ‘bushmeat ban’ in West Africa during the 2013–2016 Ebola virus disease epidemic. Social Science & Medicine 200 (2018) 166–173.
  31. Whitmer S.L.M, Ladner J.T, Wiley M.R, ……Sahr F, et al. Active Ebola Virus Replication and Heterogeneous Evolutionary Rates in EVD Survivors. Whitmer et al., 2018, Cell Reports 22, 1159–1168 (Jan. 30, 2018).          
  32. Fitzgerald FNaveed AWing KGbessay MRoss JCChecchi FYoukee DJalloh BBaion DMustapha AJah HLako SOza SBoufkhed SFeury RBielicki JAGibb  MKlein NSahr FYeung S. Development of a Pediatric Ebola Predictive Score, Sierra Leone. Emerging infectious diseases Volume 24, Number 1—(Jan. 2018)
  33. Eisfeld A.J. Halfmann P.J, Wendler J.P, N’jai A, Sahr F, Kawaoka Y. Multi-platform ’Omics Analysis of Human Ebola Virus Disease Pathogenesis. Cell Host & Microbe, Volume 22. (Dec.  2017).
  34. Djibo DA, Sahr F, McCutchan JA, et al. Prevalence and Risk Factors for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Syphilis Infections Among Military Personnel in Sierra Leone. Curr HIV Res. (2017);15:128-36. 
  35. Deen G F, McDonald S L R, Marrinan J E, Sesay F R, Ervin E, Thorson A E, Xu W, Stroher U, Ongpin P, Abad N, Ariyarajah A, Malik T, Liu H, Ross C, Durski K N, Gaillard P, Morgan O, Formenty P, Knust B, Broutet N, Sahr F, On behalf of the Sierra Leone Ebola Persistence Study Group. Implementation of a study to examine the persistence of Ebola virus in the body fluids of Ebola virus disease survivors in Sierra Leone: Methodology and Lessons learned. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0005723 (Sept 11, 2017).
  36. Jagadesh S, Sevalie S, Fatoma R, Sesay F, Sahr F, Faragher B, Semple M G, Fletcher T E, Weigel R, and Scott J T. Disability among Ebola Survivors and their close contacts in Sierra Leone: A retrospective case-controlled cohort study. Clinical Infectious Diseasescix705, https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/cix705. (Aug. 2017).
  37. Steptoe P J, Scott J T, Harding S P, Beare N.A.V, Semple M G, Vandy M J, and Sahr F. Ocular complication in Su8rvivors of the Ebola Outbreak in Guinea. American Journal of  Ophthalmology. Volume 181, (Sept. 2017), Page 180.
  38. Bonwitt J, Kandeh M, Dawson M, Ansumana R, Sahr F, Kelly AH, et al. Participation of women and children in hunting activities in Sierra Leone and implications for control of  zoonotic infections. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 11(7): (2017).
  39. Steptoe P J. , Scott J T., Baxter J M., Parkes C K, Dwivedi R,  Czanner G, Vandy M J., Momorie F, Fornah A D, Komba P, Richards J,  Sahr F, Beare N A, and Semple M G. Novel retinal lesion in Ebola survivors, Sierra Leone, 2016. Emerg Infect Dis. 2017.           
  40. Fitzgerald F, Wing K, Naveed A, Gbessay M, Ross J.C, Checchi F,Youkee D, Jalloh M.B, Baion   D, Mustapha A, Jah H, Lako S, Oza S, Boufkhed S, Feury R, Bielicki J, Williamson E, Gibb,  D.M, Klein, N, Sahr F, Yeung S, Risk in the “Red Zone”: outcomes for children admitted to Ebola holding units in Sierra Leone without Ebola virus disease. Clin Infect Dis, (2017).
  41. Sahr F. Ansumana T.A. Massaquoi, B.R. IdrissF.R. Sesay a, J.M. Laminc,d, S. Baker, S. Nicol F B. Conton G W. Johnson, O.T. Abiri, O. Kargbo, P. Kamara, A. Goba, J.B.W. Russell, S.M. Gevao. Evaluation of convalescent whole blood for treating Ebola Virus Disease in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Journal of Infection74: (2017). 
  42. Deen G., Broutet N., Xu W., Knust B., Sesay F. R., Sir M., Ervin E., Marrinan J. E., Gaillard P., Habib N., Liu H., Thorson A., Yamba F., Sahr F,; Ebola RNA persistence in semen of Ebola Virus Disease survivors – Final report. The New England Journal of Medicine (Oct. 2017). 
  43. Bonwitt J., Kandeh M., Dawson M., Ansumana R., Sahr F., Kelly A. H., Brown H,. Participation of women and children in hunting activities in Sierra Leone and implications for control of zoonotic infections. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases (July 2017)
  44. Conton B, Gevao S, Sahr F, Kargbo O, Kamara P, Bah A, Massaquoi M, Idriss M, Sesay F, Williams A, Baker S, Nicol S and Russell J. Do ABO and Rhesus blood groups affected susceptibility to, and prognosis of Ebola virus infection? J VirolAntivir Res (Jan 2017), 6:1
  45. Arias A, Watson S. J., Asogun D, Tobin E. A., Lu J, Phan M Vm T., Jah U, Wadoum R. E. G., Meredith L, Thorne L Caddy S, Tarawalie A, Langat P, Dudas G,…… Horby P, Dunning J, Sahr F, et al. Rapid outbreak sequencing of Ebola virus in Sierra Leone identifies transmission chains linked to sporadic cases. Virus Evolution,( 2016). 2(1)
  46. Bonwitt J, Mari Saez A, Lamine J, Ansumana R., Dawson M, Buanie J, Lamin J, Sondufu D, Borchert M, Sahr F., Fichet-Calvet E., Brown H.,. At Home with Mastomys and Rattus: human – rodent interactions and     potential for primary transmission of Lassa virus in domestic spaces. American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, (Dec. 2016).
  47. Ratnayake R, Ho L. S., Ansumana R, Brown H, Borchert M, Miller L, Kratz T., McMahon S. A., Sahr F., Improving Ebola infection prevention and control in primary healthcare facilities in Sierra Leone: a single-group pretest post-test, mixed-methods study. BMJ Global Health. (Dec 3, 2016).
  48. Fitzgerald, F. ; Wing, K. ; Naveed, A. ; Gbessay, M. ; Ross, J.C. ; Checchi, F. ; Youkee, D. ; Jalloh, M.B. ; Baion, D. ; Mustapha, A. ; Jah, H. ; Lako, S. ; Oza, S. ; Boufkhed, S. ; Feury, R.  ; Bielicki, J.; Williamson, E. ; Gibb, D.M. ; Klein, N. ; Sahr, F. ; Yeung, S. ; G28 Ebola virus disease in children in Sierra Leone: A retrospective cohort study. Archieves of Disease in Childhood 04/2016:101 (Suppl 1):A19.2-A21.           
  49. Bonwitt J., Kelly A. H., Ansumana R., Agbla S., Sahr F.,  Mari Saez A., Borchert M., Kock R.,  Fichet-Calvet E., Rat-atouille: A Mixed Method Study to Characterize Rodent Hunting and Consumption in the Context of Lassa Fever. EcoHealth, (June 2016). Volume 13, Issue 2, pp 234–247
  50. Fitzgerald FNaveed AWing KGbessay MRoss JCChecchi FYoukee DJalloh MBBaion DMustapha AJah HLako SOza SBoufkhed SFeury RBielicki JAGibb DMKlein NSahr FYeung S. Ebola Virus Disease in Children, Sierra Leone, 2014-2015. Emerg Infect Dis.( 2016 Oct) ;22 (10):1769-77.
  51. Davey R., Dodd L, Proschan M, Nordwall J, Koopmeiners J, Sahr F., A Randomized, Controlled Trial of ZMapp for Ebola Virus Infection. N Engl J Med (2016); 375:
  52. Dunning J., Sahr F, Rojek A, et al F. G,. Experimental Treatment of Ebola Virus Disease with TKM-130803:  A single-Arm phase2 Clinical Trial.  PLOS, Medicine (April 2016).
  53. Kyobe Bosa H, Orikiiriza J.T, Vairo F, Mubiru F, Bulwadda D, Kamara C.S, and Sahr F: Predictors of paediatric clinical outcomes and associated age-specific mortality in the West African Ebola epidemic 2014-15. A comparative secondary data analysis of two districts in Sierra Leone. International Journal of Infectious Diseases (April 2016).
  54. Scott J. T, Sesay F. R., Massaquoi T, Idriss B. R,. …….. Sahr F and Malcolm G. Sample. Post-Ebola Syndrome, Sierra Leone.  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:  Emerging Infectious Disease Journal ISSN:  1080-6059, (2016).
  55. Fitzgerald FNaveed AWing KGbessay MRoss JCChecchi FYoukee DJalloh MBBaion DMustapha AJah HLako SOza SBoufkhed S, …… Sahr F., Feury RBielicki JAGibb. DMKlein N,. Ebola Virus Disease in Children, Sierra Leone, 2014-2015. Emerg Infect Dis. (2016 Oct; 22) (10):1769-77.
  56. R Ansumana, J Lamin, ………. F Sahr, A Gbakima. Changing Trends in the Diagnosis of Malaria and Typhoid Fever. Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (Aug/2016):8 (1) 1-3
  57. Nabieu P.F; Gevao P.P; Songu-M’brewa K, Gegbai I.B, Musa M., Swaray A.B Kamara C.D.S., Sahr F. and Kamara T.B. Case Report:  A Grant Unirary Bladder Stone in a female patient.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research. Vol. 7. No. 2. (Dec 2015)
  58. Deen G.F, Knost B, Bruoutet N, Sesay F.R Formenty P. ….. Sahr F. Ebola RNA persistence in semen of Ebola Virus Disease Survivors – Preliminary Report. N. Eng J. Med, (Oct 2015).
  59. Brown H, Kelly A.H, Mari-Saez A, Fichet-Calvet E, Gunther S, Magassouba N, Sahr F. and Borchert M. Extending the “Social” Anthropological contributions to the study of viral Haemorrhagic Fevers.  PLOS Neglected Tropical diseases.  (Apr. 2015).
  60. Ansumana R, Jacobson K, Sahr F, Sesay S, Bangura H.S. Jalloh M.B, and Idriss M.R, Ebola in Freetown Area, Sierra Leone – A case study of 558 Patients N. Eng J. Med. (Dec. 2014).
  61. Sahr F, Smith S.J, Kamara A, Warsame M, Sillah J and Swarray A. Assessment of the Therapeutic Efficacy of Two Artemisinin-Based Combinations in the Treatment of Uncomplicated Falciparum Malaria among Children Under 5 Years in Four District Hospitals in Sierra Leone.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (2013) Vol. 5 (1) pp 4 – 8
  62. Ansumana R, Bockarie A.S, Sankoh P, Jacobson K.H, Koroma A.B, Malanoski A.P, Meehan K.A, Leski T, Jimmy D.H, Bangura U, Sahr F, Lin B and Stenger D.A. The Use of Mobile Electronic Devices for Public Health Data Collection and Syndromic Surveillance at the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (2013) Vol. 5 (1) pp 9 – 13
  63. Koroma J.B, Sesay S, Sonnie M, Hodges M.H, Sahr F, Zhang Y, Bockarie M.J, Impact of three Rounds of Drug Administration on Lymphatic Filariasis in Areas Previously Treated for Onchocerciasis in Sierra Leone. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.  (June 2013).  Plosntds/…/journal. Pntd. 0002273.
  64. Gevao S.M, Rogers M.H, Sahr F, and Gbakima A.A. Seroprevalence and Assessment of knowledge on HIV/AIDS amongst female commercial sex workers in Freetown, Sierra Leone.  Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. (2012) Vol. 11 pp 50-54
  65. Gbakima A.A, Konteh R, Kramer N, Sahr F, George T.A and Luckay A. Nutritional Status of Children in Displacement Camps in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (2012) Vol. 4 (1) pp 12-18
  66. Sahr F, Gevao S.M, Bockarie A, Ibrahim-Sayo E, Sevalie S, Hanciles A and Gbakima A.A: Prevalence and Intensity of intestinal helminthes and their response to treatment in a rural fishing community in Sierra Leone.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research. (2010). Vol. 2 (2). Pp 122-126.
  67. Koroma J.B, Peterson J, Gbakima A.A, Nylander F.E, Sahr F, SoaresMagalhaes, R.J, Zhang Y, and Hodges M.H. Geographical Distribution of Intestinal Schistosomiasis and Soil-Transmitted Helminthiasis and Preventive Chemotherapy Strategies in Sierra Leone.  PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.  (Nov. 2010).  Vol. 4 Issue 11 891 pp 1-9.
  68. Sahr F., Solayide, A.A, Hanson C., Kanty T.V, George T.A. and Harding D., Nasal Carriage of Staphylococcus aureus and Antibiotic Susceptibility Pattern among children in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (SLJBR). (2010). Vol. 2 (1) pp 65-69.
  69. Solayide A.A., Gevao F.T., Sahr F., Gevao M.S. Seroprevalence of Human Immunodeficiency and Hepatitis B viruses among patients at a health facility in Freetown, Sierra Leone.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (SLJBR). (2010). Vol. 2 (1) pp 28-31
  70. Sahr F, Gevao S.M, Bockarie A., Ibrahim-Sayo E., Sevalie S., Hanciles A. and Gbakima A.A. Treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria with Artesunate-Amodiaquine Combined Therapy (ACT) in rural Sierra Leone.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research. (2009) Vol. 1 No. 2. Pp 21-26.
  71. Sahr F., Kargbo B., Gevao S.M., Gbakima A.A., and Swarray-Deen Knowledge, Perception of risk and attitude of Sierra Leone Military Personnel towards Colleagues with HIV/AIDS.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (2009). Vol. 1 No. 1 pp 38-43
  72. Sahr F., Jones J. and Barh S.B. Prevalence of Intestinal Helminth Infection among children under 15 years in selected communities in Monrovia, Liberia.  Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical Research (2009) Vol. 1, No. 1 pp 28 – 32
  73. Sahr F., Jalloh M.I., Kargbo B. and Gbakima A.A. Prevalence of HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections in the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces.  African Journal of Science and Technology (AJST) (2008) Vol. 9, No. 2 pp1-4.
  74. Gbakima A.A., Konteh R., Kramer N., Sahr F., Mansaray H., Pessima A., Becker M., Kallon M., Bah Z.J., Spencer A. and Luckay A. Intestinal protozoa and intestinal helminthic infections in Displacement Camps in Sierra Leone.  Africa Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (2007) 36 pp 1-9
  75. Xun Wang, Sahr F., Ting Xue and Baolin Sun Methylobacteriumsalsuginis sp. Nov., isolated from Seawater, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology (2007), 57, pp1699 – 1703.
  76. Jolloh A., Gamanga J., Jalloh M., Sahr F., Gbakima A.A. and Willoughby V.R. G6PD. Deficiency Assessment in Freetown, Sierra Leone, reveals further insight into the molecular heterogeneity of G6PD A-(short communication). Journal of Human Genetics (2008) DO1 10.1007/s 10038-008-0294-y
  77. Sahr F., Gbakima A.A, Terry B., Willoughby V.R and Bockarie M. Assessment of the therapeutic Efficacy of Chloroquine and Fansidar in the treatment of uncomplicated falciparum Malaria.  Journal of Pure and Applied Aciences. (2004) Vol. 9. Pp89-92.
  78. Sahr F., Rogers I., and Willoughby V.R. Immunochromatographic test in the diagnosis of falciparum Malaria inpatients in Freetown, Sierra Leone.  Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences (2004) Vol. 9 pp 93-95.
  79. Sillah A.S.B, Sahr F. and Kamara C.A – Clinical waste management at Biomedical Laboratories in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone Medical and Dental Journal (2003) Vol. 12 No. 1 pp66-69
  80. Sahr F., Morgan H.G., Willoughby V.R. and Gbakima A.A. Efficacy of Chloroquine in childhood uncomplicated malaria at Primary Health Care level in Sierra Leone.  Sierra Leone Medical and Dental Journal (2004). Vol. 13 No. 1 pp54-59.
  81. Willoughby V.R., Sahr F., Russel J.W.B. and Gbakima A.A. The usefulness of Defined Clinical Features in the Diagnosis of HIV/AIDS infection in Sierra Leone.  Cellular and Molecular Biology.  (2001). 47 (7) 1163 – 1167.
  82. Sahr F., Willoughby V.R., Gbakima A.A. and Bockarie M.J. Apparent Drug failure following Artesunate treatment in plasmodium falciparum Malaria in Freetown, Sierra Leone.  4 cases reports.  Annals to Tropical Medicine and Parasitology (2001) 95:5, 445-449.
  83. Willoughby V.R. and Sahr F. Diabetes admission at Connaught Hospital.  A retrospective study.  Sierra Leone Medical and Dental Association Journal.  (2001) 10(1).pp28-31.
  84. Sahr F., Habib Al-Ali and Sillah A.B.S. Prevalence of the four (4) species of Plasmodium in Freetown.  Sierra Leone Medical and Dental Journal. (2001). Vol. 10. Pp20-23
  85. Gbakima A.A., Bockarie M.J., Sahr F., Palmer L. and Gooding E. Rapid Assessment of the prevalence and Distribution of Lymphatic filariasis in Sierra leone.  Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. (2000) 94 (93) 
  86. Terry B., Kanjah F., Sahr F., Kortequees S., Dukulay I. and Gbakima A.A. Sarcoptes Scabeie infectation among children in displacement camp in Sierra Leone.  Journal of Public Health (2000) 115. Pp1-4.
  87. Sahr F., Babadi J. and Gbakima A.A. Tuberculosis and the outcome of treatment among Children and Adolescents in Freetown, Sierra Leone.  Sierra Leone Medical and Dental Journal (1998) 9(1): pp1-14.
  88. Gbakima A.A. and Sahr F. Parasitology and Clinical studies on Wuchereriabancrofti infection in Moyamba District.  African Journal of Health Sciences (1996) 3(2): 37-40.
  89. Gbakima A.A. and Sahr F. Filatiasis in the Kaiyamba Chiefdom, Moyamba District Sierra Leone.  An Epidemiological and Clinical study.  Journal of the Society of Public Health (1996). 110: pp169 – 174.
  90. Sahr F., Hazra P.K. andGrillo T.A.I. Total and Differential White Cell Count in Healthy Sierra Leoneans.  West African Journal of Medicine.  14(2): 27-31 (1995). Pp105-107.
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