Tharaka Wijerathna, Ph.D.
Tharaka Wijerathna, Ph.D.
Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya
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Potential challenges of controlling leishmaniasis in Sri Lanka at a disease outbreak
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka, K Gunawardana, W Rodrigo
BioMed Research International 2017, 2017
The economic impact of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Sri Lanka
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka, K Gunawardena
BioMed Research International 2018, 2018
Socioeconomic, demographic and landscape factors associated with cutaneous leishmaniasis in Kurunegala District, Sri Lanka
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka, K Gunawardena, W Rodrigo
Parasites & vectors 13, 1-14, 2020
Diurnal adult resting sites and breeding habitats of phlebotomine sand flies in cutaneous leishmaniasis endemic areas of Kurunegala District, Sri Lanka
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka
Parasites & Vectors 13, 1-10, 2020
Phlebotomine sand flies (Psychodidae: Diptera) of Sri Lanka: a review on diversity, biology and bionomics
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka
Journal of Insect Biodiversity 11 (2), 41-58, 2019
Recent developments and future directions in the paratransgenesis based control of Leishmania transmission
T Wijerathna, S Gunathunga, N Gunathilaka
Biological control 145, 104260, 2020
Sterol carrier protein inhibition-based control of mosquito vectors: Current knowledge and future perspectives
H Perera, T Wijerathna
Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology 2019, 2019
Morphological identification keys for adults of sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Sri Lanka
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka
Parasites & Vectors 13, 1-13, 2020
The diversity of midgut bacteria among wild-caught Phlebotomus argentipes (Psychodidae: Phlebotominae), the vector of leishmaniasis in Sri Lanka
N Gunathilaka, H Perera, T Wijerathna, W Rodrigo, N Wijegunawardana
BioMed Research International 2020, 1-10, 2020
Population dynamics of phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in cutaneous leishmaniasis endemic areas of Kurunegala district, Sri Lanka
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka, K Gunawardena, W Rodrigo
Acta Tropica 230, 106406, 2022
Detection of Leishmania donovani DNA within field-caught Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in three cutaneous leishmaniasis endemic foci of Kurunegala District …
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka, K Gunawardena, Y Fujii, D Gunasekara
Journal of Tropical Medicine 2021, 2021
Descriptive investigation of strongyloidiasis infection and characterization of Strongyloides stercoralis using morphological and molecular-based methods
N Gunathilaka, N Chandrasena, T Wijerathna, Y Fuji, D Gunasekara, ...
Case reports in infectious diseases 2020, 1-7, 2020
Time series analysis of leishmaniasis incidence in Sri Lanka: evidence for humidity-associated fluctuations
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka
International Journal of Biometeorology 67 (2), 275-284, 2023
An investigation of a new cutaneous leishmaniasis endemic area in Western Sri Lanka
CH Mallawarachchi, N Chandrasena, T Wijerathna, R Dalpadado, ...
Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 115 (11 …, 2021
Establishment of a colony of Phlebotomus argentipes under laboratory conditions and morphometric variation between wild-caught and laboratory-reared populations
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka, K Gunawardena
Journal of Tropical Medicine 2020, 2020
Canine filaria species in selected lymphatic filariasis endemic and non-endemic areas in Sri Lanka
S Rathnayake, N Chandrasena, T Wijerathna, H Mallawarachchi, ...
Parasitology Research 121 (7), 2187-2191, 2022
Molecular detection of Leishmania donovani parasites in wild caught Phlebotomus argentipes using a PCR assay and species abundance of sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in …
T Wijerathna, N Gunathilaka, K Gunawardena, Y Fujii, D Gunasekara
International Conference on Multidiciplinary Approaches, 48, 2018
Diversity and abundance of sand flies (Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) in areas with high cutaneous leishmaniasis prevalence in Kurunegala District
ACT Wijerathna, P Gunathilaka, NK Gunawardana
Peradeniya University International Research Sessions, 2017, 315-316, 2017
Effects of Habitat Change on the Web Characteristics and Fitness of the Giant Wood Spider (Nephila pilipes) in Sri Lanka
T Wijerathna, D Tharanga, IC Perera, MR Wijesinghe
International journal of zoology 2019, 2019
A preliminary report on a newly emerging focus of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Gampaha district, Sri Lanka
CH Mallawarachchi, PADHN Gunathilaka, T Wijerathna, NWBAL Lahiru, ...
International Conference on Health Sciences 2019, Faculty of Medical …, 2019
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