Judith Glynn BM BCh MA MSc PhD FRCP
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Judith Glynn left clinical medicine to come to the School in 1990 to do the MSc in Epidemiology. She went on to do a PhD (on the influence of infecting dose on severity of disease) and then joined the Karonga Prevention Study to work on tuberculosis and HIV in Malawi.
- Centre for Evaluation
- Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive & Child Health (MARCH)
- Tuberculosis (TB) Centre
Judith runs courses on Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, and also teaches on Extended Epidemiology and Epidemiology and Control of Communicable Diseases
Her main research interests are: Ebola transmission; the susceptibility of young women to HIV; the relationship between schooling and health; the impact of HIV on mortality and morbidity; HIV surveillance; the relationship between HIV and tuberculosis; molecular epidemiology of HIV and TB. Her current research studies are mainly in Malawi and Sierra Leone.
- Adolescent health
- Complex interventions
- Disease control
- Implementation research
- Mixed methods
- Sexual health
- Social and structural determinants of health
- Molecular epidemiology
Disease and Health Conditions
- Emerging Infectious Disease
- Sexually transmitted disease
- Sexually transmitted infection
- Sub-Saharan Africa (all income levels)
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- Ebola Virus Disease
Effects of Mother's Illness and Breastfeeding on Risk of Ebola Virus Disease in a Cohort of Very Young Children.
Bower, H. ; Johnson, S. ; Bangura, M.S. ; Kamara, A.J. ; Kamara, O. ; Mansaray, S.H. ; Sesay, D. ; Turay, C. ; Checchi, F. ; Glynn, J.R. ;
PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 2016; 10(4):e0004622
Relapse or reinfection with tuberculosis: a whole genome sequencing approach in a large population-based cohort with high HIV prevalence and active follow-up.
Guerra-Assunção, J.A.; Houben, R.M.; Crampin, A.C.; Mzembe, T.; Mallard, K.; Coll, F.; Khan, P.; Banda, L.; Chiwaya, A.; Pereira, R.P.; McNerney, R.; Harris, D.; Parkhill, J.; Clark, T.G.; Glynn, J.R.;
J Infect Dis, 2015; 211(7):1154-63
Large-scale whole genome sequencing of M. tuberculosis provides insights into transmission in a high prevalence area.
Guerra-Assunção, J. ; Crampin, A. ; Houben, R. ; Mzembe, T. ; Mallard, K. ; Coll, F. ; Khan, P. ; Banda, L. ; Chiwaya, A. ; Pereira, R. ; McNerney, R. ; Fine, P. ; Parkhill, J. ; Clark, T. ; Glynn, J. ;
Elife, 2015; 4
Whole Genome Sequencing Shows a Low Proportion of Tuberculosis Disease Is Attributable to Known Close Contacts in Rural Malawi.
Glynn, J.R. ; Guerra-Assunção, J.A. ; Houben, R.M. ; Sichali, L. ; Mzembe, T. ; Mwaungulu, L.K. ; Mwaungulu, J.N. ; McNerney, R. ; Khan, P. ; Parkhill, J. ; Crampin, A.C. ; Clark, T.G. ;
PLoS One, 2015; 10(7):e0132840
Isoniazid plus antiretroviral therapy to prevent tuberculosis: a randomised double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
Rangaka, M.X.; Wilkinson, R.J.; Boulle, A.; Glynn, J.R.; Fielding, K.; van Cutsem, G.; Wilkinson, K.A.; Goliath, R.; Mathee, S.; Goemaere, E.; Maartens, G.;
Lancet, 2014; 384(9944):682-90
Earlier menarche is associated with a higher prevalence of Herpes simplex type-2 (HSV-2) in young women in rural Malawi.
Glynn, J.R. ; Kayuni, N. ; Gondwe, L. ; Price, A.J. ; Crampin, A.C. ;
Elife, 2013; 3(0):e01604
Measuring concurrency: an empirical study of different methods in a large population-based survey and evaluation of the UNAIDS guidelines.
Glynn, J.R. ; Dube, A. ; Kayuni, N. ; Floyd, S. ; Molesworth, A. ; Parrott, F. ; French, N. ; Crampin, A.C. ;
AIDS, 2012; 26(8):977-85
Age at menarche, schooling, and sexual debut in northern Malawi.
Glynn, J.R.; Kayuni, N.; Floyd, S.; Banda, E.; Francis-Chizororo, M.; Tanton, C.; Molesworth, A.; Hemmings, J.; Crampin, A.C.; French, N.;
PLoS One, 2010; 5(12):e15334
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