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Wolf-Peter Schmidt

MD MSc PhD

Assistant Professor
in Epidemiology

Room
Room 407

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
+44 20 7927 2934

Fax.
+44 20 7636 7843

Wolf graduated as medical doctor in 2000. He worked in general medicine until 2001, and then started research in neuroepidemiology and cardiovascular epidemiology at the Institute of Epidemiology and Social Medicine at the University of Muenster/Germany. He obtained his Master in Control of Infectious Diseases at LSHTM in 2004. Since 2004 he has been working for IDEU and DCVBU at LSHTM, finishing his PhD in epidemiology in 2010. 

Affiliations

Department of Disease Control
Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases

Teaching

Wolf is involved in teaching the modules basic statistics and analysis and design of research studies

Research

Wolf is interested in epidemiological methods and study design, especially with regard to infectious diseases such as diarrhoea and childhood pneumonia. Currently he is supporting research on water, sanitation and hygiene for the Environmental Health Group with particular emphasis on evaluating health promotion campaigns and behaviour change studies. He is also interested in dengue fever and HIV epidemiology.

Research Area
Complex interventions
Environment
Hygiene
Water
Discipline
Epidemiology
Medicine
Disease and Health Conditions
Diarrhoeal diseases
Country
India
Japan
Vietnam
Region
South Asia

Selected Publications

Antibody response following scrub typhus infection: clinical cohort study
Schmidt W; Devamani CS; Rose W; Alexander N; Prakash JAJ
2019
Tropical Medicine & International Health
Effect of Neighborhood Sanitation Coverage on Fecal Contamination of the Household Environment in Rural Bangladesh
Huda TMN; Schmidt W-P; Pickering AJ; Unicomb L; Mahmud ZH; Luby SP; Biran A
2019
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Comparing trap designs and methods for assessing density of synanthropic flies in Odisha, India.
Bell M; Irish S; Schmidt WP; Nayak S; Clasen T; Cameron M
2019
Parasites & vectors
Effect of a School-Based Hygiene Behavior Change Campaign on Handwashing with Soap in Bihar, India: Cluster-Randomized Trial.
Lewis HE; Greenland K; Curtis V; Schmidt WP
2018
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
Risk factors for childhood enteric infection in urban Maputo, Mozambique: A cross-sectional study.
Knee J; Sumner T; Adriano Z; Berendes D; de Bruijn E; Schmidt W-P; Nalá R; Cumming O; Brown J
2018
PLoS neglected tropical diseases
Access to water and sanitation among people with disabilities: results from cross-sectional surveys in Bangladesh, Cameroon, India and Malawi.
Mactaggart I; Schmidt WP; Bostoen K; Chunga J; Danquah L; Halder AK; Parveen Jolly S; Polack S; Rahman M; Snel M
2018
BMJ open
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