Annelies Wilder-Smith

Contact Information

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Position:

Professor, gäst

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Works at:

Public Health and Clinical Medicine

Department:

Epidemiologi och global hälsa

Address:

Epidemiologi och global hälsa, Umeå universitet
SE-901 85 Umeå
Sverige

Visiting Address:

5B, Målpunkt P, Försörjningsvägen, Norrlands universitetssjukhus

Facsimilie:

+46 90 13 89 77

Mobile Phone:

+46 70 359 15 78

Email:

annelies.wilder-smith@umu.seEmail 1

annelies.wilder-smith@epiph.umu.seEmail 2

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Web Page:

http://www.phmed.umu.se/english/units/epidemiology/staff/annelies-wilder-smith/ Web Page

Activities

Infectious disease physician and public health practitioner with a special interest in emerging infectious diseases and vaccine-preventable diseases. The past 15 years have been devoted to dengue research, in particular dengue vaccine development and dengue in international travelers. Prof Wilder-Smith is President of the International Society of Travel Medicine, Editorial Consultant to the Lancet, Senior Advisor to the Dengue Vaccine Initiative, and serves on various WHO committees. She is the Principal investigator on the EU H2020 research and innovation programme project, Zika Preparedness Latin American Network, ZikaPLAN.

ZikaPLAN websiteClimate Change and Global Health website

Research projects

Head of research

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Rocklöv, Joacim

Predicting Global Aedes Vector Abundance and Future Outbreak Risks of Zika in a Changing Climate

02/08/2018

Wilder-Smith, Annelies

Zika Preparedness Latin American Network

02/21/2017

Wilder-Smith, Annelies

Innovative tools and strategies for surveillance and control of dengue (DengueTools)

08/26/2013

Publications

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Tozan, Yesim
Ratanawong, Pitcha
Wilder-Smith, Annelies; et al.

Household costs of hospitalized dengue illness in semi-rural Thailand
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 97(5): 35-35

2017

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Hamer, Davidson H.
Barbre, Kira A.
Chen, Lin H.; et al.

Travel-Associated Zika Virus Disease Acquired in the Americas Through February 2016 A GeoSentinel Analysis
Annals of Internal Medicine, 166(2): 99-108

2017

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Tozan, Yesim
Ratanawong, Pitcha
Sewe, Maquines Odhiambo; et al.

Household costs of hospitalized dengue illness in semi-rural Thailand
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11(9)

2017

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Tissera, Hasitha
Rathore, Abhay P. S.
Leong, Wei Yee; et al.

Chymase Level Is a Predictive Biomarker of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever in Pediatric and Adult Patients
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 216(9): 1112-1121

2017

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Massad, E.
Nascimento Burattini, M.
Khan, K.; et al.

On the origin and timing of Zika virus introduction in Brazil
Epidemiology and Infection, 145(11): 2303-2312

2017

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Wilder-Smith, Annelis
Preet, Raman
Renhorn, Karl-Erik; et al.

ZikaPLAN: Zika Preparedness Latin American Network
Global Health Action, 10(1)

2017

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Neumayr, Andreas
Muñoz, Jose
Schunk, Mirjam; et al.

Sentinel surveillance of imported dengue via travellers to Europe 2012 to 2014: TropNet data from the DengueTools Research Initiative
Eurosurveillance, 22(1): 39-47

2017

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Durbin, Anna
Wilder-Smith, Annelies

An update on Zika vaccine developments
Expert Review of Vaccines, 16(8): 781-787

2017

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Kittayapong, Pattamaporn
Olanratmanee, Phanthip
Maskhao, Pongsri; et al.

Mitigating Diseases Transmitted by Aedes Mosquitoes: A Cluster-Randomised Trial of Permethrin-Impregnated School Uniforms
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11(1)

2017

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Uehara, Anna
Tissera, Hasitha Aravinda
Bodinayake, Champica K.; et al.

Analysis of Dengue Serotype 4 in Sri Lanka during the 2012-2013 Dengue Epidemic
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 97(1): 130-136

2017

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