Dr Andrea Rehman BScHons PhD
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I have been working in the MRC Tropical Epidemiology Group within the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at LSHTM since July 2005. Prior to this I was a research associate at Imperial College London working on the government run UK badger culling trial. I completed a PhD in statistics at the University of Strathclyde and an undergraduate degree in statistics at the University of Canterbury.
I teach on the in-house Msc courses Statistics for Epidemiology and Population Health (STEPH) and Advanced Statistical Methods in Epidemiology (ASME). I co-organise the summer projects for the distance learning (DL) Epidemiology MSc.
My research interests are in child health and nutrition. I mainly work on projects in Africa and India. I am lead statistician for the START-IPT trial in Uganda investigating the effect of malaria prophylaxis in school aged children on malaria in the community. I was lead statistician for the NUSTART (nutritional support for adults starting antiretroviral therapy) trial in Tanzania and Zambia which investigated the effect of nutritional supplements for malnourished HIV patients on mortality. I also worked as part of a team supporting the Bioko Island malaria control program in Equatorial Guinea. I have previously been involved with a number of projects including investigating the effect of Vitamin D supplementation on the hospitalisation rates of infants up to six months of age in Dehli, improving TB cure rates in Senegal by decentralising care, investigating the epidemiology of rotavirus in an urban slum in India and trying to improve child growth by giving fortified porridge to infants in Zambia in an RCT.
- Child health
Disease and Health Conditions
- Infectious disease
- Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
- Equatorial Guinea
- Tropical Epidemiology Group
Malaria incidence in children in South-west burkina faso: comparison of active and passive case detection methods.
Tiono, A.B. ; Kangoye, D.T. ; Rehman, A.M. ; Kargougou, D.G. ; Kaboré, Y. ; Diarra, A. ; Ouedraogo, E. ; Nébié, I. ; Ouédraogo, A. ; Okech, B. ; Milligan, P. ; Sirima, S.B. ;
PLoS One, 2014; 9(1):e86936
Appetite testing in HIV-infected African adults recovering from malnutrition and given antiretroviral therapy.
Rehman, A.M. ; Woodd, S. ; Chisenga, M. ; Siame, J. ; Sampson, G. ; Praygod, G. ; Koethe, J.R. ; Kelly, P. ; Filteau, S. ;
Public Health Nutr, 2014; :1-10
Effects on anthropometry and appetite of vitamins and minerals given in lipid nutritional supplements for malnourished HIV-infected adults referred for antiretroviral therapy: results from the NUSTART randomised controlled trial.
Rehman, A.M.; Woodd, S.; PrayGod, G.; Chisenga, M.; Siame, J.; Koethe, J.R.; Heimburger, D.C.; Kelly, P.; Friis, H.; Filteau, S.;
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 2014;
Five years of malaria control in the continental region, Equatorial Guinea.
Rehman, A.M. ; Mann, A.G. ; Schwabe, C. ; Reddy, M.R. ; Roncon Gomes, I. ; Slotman, M.A. ; Yellott, L. ; Matias, A. ; Caccone, A. ; Nseng Nchama, G. ; Kleinschmidt, I. ;
Malar J, 2013; 12(1):154
How much does malaria vector control quality matter: the epidemiological impact of holed nets and inadequate indoor residual spraying.
Rehman, A.M. ; Coleman, M. ; Schwabe, C. ; Baltazar, G. ; Matias, A. ; Roncon Gomes, I. ; Yellott, L. ; Aragon, C. ; Nseng Nchama, G. ; Mzilahowa, T. ; Rowland, M. ; Kleinschmidt, I. ;
PLoS One, 2011; 6(4):e19205
Effect of weekly vitamin D supplements on mortality, morbidity, and growth of low birthweight term infants in India up to age 6 months: randomised controlled trial.
Kumar, G.T. ; Sachdev, H.S. ; Chellani, H. ; Rehman, A.M. ; Singh, V. ; Arora, H. ; Filteau, S. ;
BMJ, 2011; 342:d2975
Protective Effect of Natural Rotavirus Infection in an Indian Birth Cohort
Gladstone, B.P.; Ramani, S.; Mukhopadhya, I.; Muliyil, J.; Sarkar, R.; Rehman, A.M.; Jaffar, S.; Gomara, M.I.; Gray, J.J.; Brown, D.W.G.; Desselberger, U.; Crawford, S.E.; John, J.; Babji, S.; Estes, M.K.; Kang, G.
New England Journal of Medicine, 2011; 365(4):337-346
Chronic growth faltering amongst a birth cohort of Indian children begins prior to weaning and is highly prevalent at three years of age.
Rehman, A.M.; Gladstone, B.P.; Verghese, V.P.; Muliyil, J.; Jaffar, S.; Kang, G.;
Nutr J, 2009; 8:44
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