1. The Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola: An Evaluation of rVSV∆G-ZEBOV-GP Vaccine Tolerability and Safety during the West Africa Ebola Outbreak.              Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S6-15.
  2. Implementing a Multi-Site Clinical Trial in the Midst of an Ebola Outbreak: Lessons Learned from the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola Monitoring.Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S16-23.
  3. Serious Adverse Events in the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola.Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S24-32
  4. Clinical Surveillance and Evaluation of Suspected Ebola Cases in a Vaccine Trial During an Ebola Epidemic:  Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola (STRIVE).Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S33-39.
  5. Lessons Learned in Clinical Trial Communication during an Ebola Outbreak: The Implementation of STRIVE.Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S40-47.
  6. Rapid establishment of ≤ –-60°C cold chain capacity for the STRIVE Ebola vaccine trial during the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S48-55.
  7. Operationalizing international regulatory standards in a limited-resource setting during an epidemic- the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola (STRIVE) experience.Mohamed Samai(2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S56-59.
  8. Participant retention in a randomized clinical trial in an outbreak setting: Lessons from the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola (STRIVE).Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S65-74.
  9. Health conditions in an adult population in Sierra Leone: Data Reported from the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola.Mohamed Samai (2018). The Journal of Infectious Diseases 2018:217 (Suppl 1): S75-80.
  10. What adaptation to research is needed following crises: a comparative, qualitative study of the health workforce in Sierra Leone and Nepal.Mohamed Samai (2018). Health Research Policy and Systems (2018) 16:6 DOI 10.1186/s12961-018-0285-1
  11. Why do people become health workers? Analysis from life histories in 4 post-conflict and post-crisis countries.Witter S, Wurie HR, Namakula J, Mashange W, Chirwa Y, Alonso-Garbayo A. Int J Health Plann Mgmt. 2018;1–11.
  12. Health workers’ experiences of coping with the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone’s health system: a qualitative study.Raven J, Wurie HR, Witter S. BMC Health Services Research. 2018;18:251.
  13. Are Health Systems Interventions Gender Blind? Examining Health System Reconstruction in Conflict Affected StatesPercival V, Dusabe-Richards E, WurieHR, Namakula J, Ssali S, Theobald S.. Globalisation and Health, 2018, 14:90
  14. The bumpy trajectory of performance-based financing for healthcare in Sierra Leone: agency, structure and frames shaping the policy process. Bertone, M.P., Wurie, H.R.,Samai, M.,& Witter, S. (2018). Globalization and health.