Andrea Mann MSc PhD
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I have a BSc in Life Sciences from Queen's University, Canada, and both an MSc and a PhD in Epidemiology from the LSHTM. During my PhD, I analysed seasonal influenza in England & Wales using complex statistical models. In the past I have worked on meta-analysis and risk factors for heart disease at the University of Cambridge and on the epidemiology of hepatitis C at the Health Protection Agency, Centre for Infections (UK).
I am module co-organizer for the in-house MSc module Epidemiology & Control of Communicable Diseases, with Professor Paul Fine. I facilitate the mock outbreak investigation that is part of this study unit, as well as several other practicals on the module. I also facilitate practicals for the in-house MSc module Extended Epidemiology. I tutor on the distance learning study unit for Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology.
For my PhD I investigated the impact of antigenic drift in influenza A/H3N2 virus and influenza vaccination of the elderly on incidence of general practice consultations for influenza-like illness and deaths due to pneumonia and influenza in England & Wales.
More recently, I have been providing epidemiological and statistical support to a number of malaria research projects associated with the School. These include supporting an evaluation of a Global Fund initiative to increase market share of quality assured antimalarials in several low income countries, carrying out routine and ad hoc analyses of data from yearly malaria indicator surveys in Equatorial Guinea and providing support on design and statistical issues, as well as delivering teaching, to staff working in disease control and elimination (specifically in relation to malaria) at the MRC unit in The Gambia.
- Complex interventions
- Impact evaluation
Disease and Health Conditions
- Infectious disease
- Equatorial Guinea
- Gambia, The
- United Kingdom
- Antigenic Variation
- Malaria Centre
- Tropical Epidemiology Group
Impairment of kidney function and reduced quality-of-life in older people: a cross-sectional study.
Nitsch, D.; Mann, A.G.; Bulpitt, C.; Roderick, P.J.; Fletcher, A.;
Age Ageing, 2011; 40(3):381-7
Diagnoses of, and deaths from, severe liver disease due to hepatitis C in England between 2000 and 2005 estimated using multiple data sources
Mann, A.G.; Ramsay, M.E.; Brant, L.J.; Balogun, M.A.; Costella, A.; Harris, H.E.; Scheme, H.S.S.
Epidemiology and Infection, 2009; 137(4):513-518
Hepatitis C in ethnic minority populations in England
Mann, A.G.; Trotter, C.L.; Balogun, M.A.; Ramsay, M.E.
Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 2008; 15(6):421-426
Long-Term Interleukin-6 Levels and Subsequent Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: Two New Prospective Studies and a Systematic Review
Danesh, J.; Kaptoge, S.; Mann, A.G.; Sarwar, N.; Wood, A.; Angleman, S.B.; Wensley, F.; Higgins, J.P.T.; Lennon, L.; Eiriksdottir, G.; Rumley, A.; Whincup, P.H.; Lowe, G.D.O.; Gudnason, V.
PLoS Medicine, 2008; 5(4):e78
The burden of hepatitis C in England
Sweeting, M.J.; de Angelis, D.; Brant, L.J.; Harris, H.E.; Mann, A.G.; Ramsay, M.E.
Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 2007; 14(8):570-576
The association between drinking water turbidity and gastrointestinal illness: a systematic review.
Mann, A.G.; Tam, C.C.; Higgins, C.D.; Rodrigues, L.C.;
BMC Public Health, 2007; 7(1):256
Appropriate waiting time for noncardiac surgery following coronary stent insertion: views of Canadian anesthesiologists [corrected]
Patterson, L.; Hunter, D.; Mann, A.
Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia, 2005; 52(4):440-1
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