Dr Rebecca Baggaley MA MSc PhD
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I am an Honorary Assistant Professor affiliated with the Department of Global Health and Development in the Faculty of Public Health and Policy. I am an infectious disease epidemiologist and mathematical modeller, and I employ mathematical models and statistical analyses to study the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases and the impact of maternal and reproductive health interventions.
I gained a BA in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge before studying for a MSc in Control of Infectious Diseases here at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). I went on to research HIV epidemiology and mathematical modelling during my PhD in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London. Since then I have worked modelling HIV/STIs during my Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Research Fellowship held at Imperial College, as well as working as a health economist on a wide range of medical conditions during my time in industry. I returned to LSHTM in 2014 to work on maternal and reproductive health. I am currently on a career break but I'm continuing to work evaluating HIV interventions, as well as working on other projects including pneumococcus serotype distribution and Chagas disease control.
- Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology
- Faculty of Public Health and Policy
- Department of Global Health and Development
- Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive & Child Health (MARCH)
- Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases
- Decision analysis
- Disease control
- Drug resistance
- Economic evaluation
- Impact evaluation
- Maternal health
- Public health
- Reproductive health
- Sexual health
- Systematic reviews
- Mathematical modelling
Disease and Health Conditions
- Chagas Disease
- Human papillomavirus (HPV)
- Infectious disease
- Lymphatic filariasis
- Mental health
- Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)
- Sexually transmitted disease
- Sexually transmitted infection
- European Union
- North America
- South Asia
- Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
- United Kingdom
- Cost Effectiveness Analysis
- Family Planning
- Health Economics
- Maternal And Child Health
- Population modelling
- Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Supply Chain
- Systematic review
- Women's health
- mathematical modeling
The Role of More Sensitive Helminth Diagnostics in Mass Drug Administration Campaigns: Elimination and Health Impacts.
Medley, G.F. ; Turner, H.C. ; Baggaley, R.F. ; Holland, C. ; Hollingsworth, T.D. ;
in 'Adv Parasitol' Basáñez, Maria Gloria ; Anderson, Roy M. ;(2016) 94:343-392
Mind the gaps: What's missing from current economic evaluations of universal HPV vaccination?
Marsh, K.; Chapman, R.; Baggaley, R.F.; Largeron, N.; Bresse, X.;
Vaccine, 2014; 32(30):3732-9
Heterosexual HIV-1 infectiousness and antiretroviral use: systematic review of prospective studies of discordant couples.
Baggaley, R.F. ; White, R.G. ; Hollingsworth, T.D. ; Boily, M.C. ;
Epidemiology, 2013; 24(1):110-21
Heterosexual risk of HIV-1 infection per sexual act: systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies
Boily, M.C.; Baggaley, R.F.; Wang, L.; Masse, B.; White, R.G.; Hayes, R.J.; Alary, M.
Lancet Infectious Diseases, 2009; 9(2):118-129
Estimating the public health impact of the effect of herpes simplex virus suppressive therapy on plasma HIV-1 viral load.
Baggaley, R.F.; Griffin, J.T.; Chapman, R.; Hollingsworth, T.D.; Nagot, N.; Delany, S.; Mayaud, P.; de Wolf, F.; Fraser, C.; Ghani, A.C.; Weiss, H.A.;
AIDS, 2009; 23(8):1005-13
Pandemic potential of a strain of influenza A (H1N1): early findings
Fraser, C.; Donnelly, C.A.; Cauchemez, S.; Hanage, W.P.; van Kerkhove, M.D.; Hollingsworth, T.D.; Griffin, J.; Baggaley, R.F.; Jenkins, H.E.; Lyons, E.J.; Jombart, T.; Hinsley, W.R.; Grassly, N.C.; Balloux, F.; Ghani, A.C.; Ferguson, N.M.; Rambaut, A.; Pybus, O.G.; Lopez-Gatell, H.; Alpuche-Aranda, C.M.; Chapela, I.B.; Zavala, E.P.; Guevara, D.M.; Checchi, F.; Garcia, E.; Hugonnet, S.; Roth, C.
Science, 2009; 324(5934):1557-61
Health of women after severe obstetric complications in Burkina Faso: a longitudinal study.
Filippi, V.; Ganaba, R.; Baggaley, R.F.; Marshall, T.; Storeng, K.T.; Sombié, I.; Ouattara, F.; Ouedraogo, T.; Akoum, M.; Meda, N.;
Lancet, 2007; 370(9595):1329-37
Modelling the impact of antiretroviral use in resource-poor settings.
Baggaley, R.F.; Garnett, G.P.; Ferguson, N.M.;
PLoS Med, 2006; 3(4):e124
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