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Dr Elizabeth Brickley

BA MPhil PhD

Associate Professor
in Epidemiology

Room
129

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
02076127920

Dr. Elizabeth B. Brickley is an Associate Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology in the Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK) and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College (USA).  Dr. Brickley’s research focuses on the control of communicable diseases in low and middle income countries.  In collaboration with valued partners at CIDACS-Fiocruz (http://cidacs.bahia.fiocruz.br/), she utilizes big data approaches to investigate neglected tropical diseases in the Brazilian 100 Million Cohort.  Dr. Brickley is also a contributing member of the Microcephaly Epidemic Research Group within the ZikaPLAN consortium (https://zikaplan.tghn.org/), studying ZIKV infections in pregnant women and Congenital Zika Syndrome in children.  

Affiliations

Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Teaching

Dr. Brickley is a co-organizer of the 'Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases' module. 

Research

Research Area
Child health
Maternal health
Social and structural determinants of health
Vaccines
Capacity strengthening
Equity
Inequalities
Neonatal health
Outbreaks
Discipline
Immunoepidemiology
Epidemiology
Vaccinology
Disease and Health Conditions
Leprosy
Malaria
Pandemic diseases
Dengue
Emerging Infectious Disease
Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)
Coronavirus
Zika
Region
Euro area
Latin America & Caribbean (all income levels)
North America
Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)

Selected Publications

Early epilepsy in children with Zika-related microcephaly in a cohort in Recife, Brazil: Characteristics, electroencephalographic findings, and treatment response.
Carvalho MDCG; Ximenes RAA; Montarroyos UR; da Silva PFS; Andrade-Valença LPA; Eickmann SH; Ramos RC; Rocha MÂW; de Araujo TVB; de Albuquerque MDFPM
2020
EPILEPSIA
Cryptorchidism in Children with Zika-Related Microcephaly.
de Vasconcelos RAL; Ximenes RAA; Calado AA; Martelli CMT; Gonçalves AV; Brickley EB; de Araújo TVB; Wanderley Rocha MA; Miranda-Filho DDB
2020
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE
Effect of a conditional cash transfer programme on leprosy treatment adherence and cure in patients from the nationwide 100 Million Brazilian Cohort: a quasi-experimental study.
Pescarini JM; Williamson E; Nery JS; Ramond A; Ichihara MY; Fiaccone RL; Penna MLF; Smeeth L; Rodrigues LC; Penna GO
2020
LANCET INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Incidence of and Factors Associated With Leprosy Among Household Contacts of Patients With Leprosy in Brazil.
Teixeira CSS; Pescarini JM; Alves FJO; Nery JS; Sanchez MN; Teles C; Ichihara MYT; Ramond A; Smeeth L; Fernandes Penna ML
2020
JAMA dermatology
Intestinal antibody responses to a live oral poliovirus vaccine challenge among adults previously immunized with inactivated polio vaccine in Sweden.
Brickley EB; Connor RI; Wieland-Alter WF; Collett MS; Hartford M; Van Der Avoort H; Boesch AW; Weiner JA; Ackerman ME; McKinlay MA
2019
BMJ Global Health
Geographic and socioeconomic factors associated with leprosy treatment default: An analysis from the 100 Million Brazilian Cohort.
de Andrade KVF; Silva Nery J; Moreira Pescarini J; Ramond A; de Souza Teles Santos CA; Ichihara MY; Fernandes Penna ML; B Brickley E; C Rodrigues L; Smeeth L
2019
PLoS neglected tropical diseases
Socioeconomic determinants of leprosy new case detection in the 100 Million Brazilian Cohort: a population-based linkage study.
Nery JS; Ramond A; Pescarini JM; Alves A; Strina A; Ichihara MY; Fernandes Penna ML; Smeeth L; Rodrigues LC; Barreto ML
2019
The Lancet Global Health
Zika virus infection in pregnancy: Establishing a case definition for clinical research on pregnant women with rash in an active transmission setting.
Ximenes RADA; Miranda-Filho DDB; Brickley EB; Montarroyos UR; Martelli CMT; Araújo TVBD; Rodrigues LC; de Albuquerque MDFPM; de Souza WV; Castanha PMDS
2019
PLoS neglected tropical diseases
Intestinal Immune Responses to Type 2 Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV) Challenge in Infants Previously Immunized With Bivalent OPV and Either High-Dose or Standard Inactivated Polio Vaccine.
Brickley EB; Strauch CB; Wieland-Alter WF; Connor RI; Lin S; Weiner JA; Ackerman ME; Arita M; Oberste MS; Weldon WC
2018
The Journal of infectious diseases
The Effect of Preexisting Immunity on Virus Detection and Immune Responses in a Phase II, Randomized Trial of a Russian-Backbone, Live, Attenuated Influenza Vaccine in Bangladeshi Children.
Brickley EB; Wright PF; Khalenkov A; Neuzil KM; Ortiz JR; Rudenko L; Levine MZ; Katz JM; Brooks WA
2018
Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
Socioeconomic risk markers of leprosy in high-burden countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Pescarini JM; Strina A; Nery JS; Skalinski LM; Andrade KVFD; Penna MLF; Brickley EB; Rodrigues LC; Barreto ML; Penna GO
2018
PLoS neglected tropical diseases
Maximising the impact of inactivated polio vaccines.
Brickley EB; Wright PF
2017
The Lancet infectious diseases
Utilizing direct skin feeding assays for development of vaccines that interrupt malaria transmission: A systematic review of methods and case study.
Brickley EB; Coulibaly M; Gabriel EE; Healy SA; Hume JCC; Sagara I; Traore SF; Doumbo O; Duffy PE
2016
Vaccine
Cord Blood Hepcidin: Cross-Sectional Correlates and Associations with Anemia, Malaria, and Mortality in a Tanzanian Birth Cohort Study.
Brickley EB; Spottiswoode N; Kabyemela E; Morrison R; Kurtis JD; Wood AM; Drakesmith H; Fried M; Duffy PE
2016
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
Vaccine-induced mucosal immunity to poliovirus: analysis of cohorts from an open-label, randomised controlled trial in Latin American infants.
Wright PF; Connor RI; Wieland-Alter WF; Hoen AG; Boesch AW; Ackerman ME; Oberste MS; Gast C; Brickley EB; Asturias EJ
2016
The Lancet infectious diseases
Fetal origins of malarial disease: cord blood cytokines as risk markers for pediatric severe malarial anemia.
Brickley EB; Wood AM; Kabyemela E; Morrison R; Kurtis JD; Fried M; Duffy PE
2014
The Journal of infectious diseases
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