Imperial College London

DrAnnaPhillips

Faculty of MedicineSchool of Public Health

Senior Programme Manager
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 6671a.phillips05

 
 
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Location

 

VB11Medical SchoolSt Mary's Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

 

Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor

Anna Phillips joined the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) in 2009 as a programme manager in Burkina Faso and Niger in Francophone West Africa. Her main responsability was to assist with the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the USAID funded integrated neglected tropical diseases control programme. In May 2011 USAID funding came to an end and Anna managed the DFID funded schistosomiasis control programs in Niger and Cote D'Ivoire in addition to the CIFF funded treatment program in Rwanda.

Anna was awarded two Schistosomiasis Consortium for Operational Research and Evaluation (SCORE) projects in Mozambique and Niger in 2010. SCORE is funded by the Gates Foundation through the University of Georgia. SCORE's is a five-year project, whose goal is to inform efforts to gain control of schistosomiasis in high-prevalence areas, sustain control and move towards elimination. In 2015, Anna was awarded Newton Funding from the Medical Research Council (MRC) to investigate diagnostic tools for Schistosomiasis in Brazil.

Anna completed her BSc at Edinburgh University where my main focus was parasitology, with a dissertation on schistosomiasis immunology in Zimbabwean school children.  Anna continued her studies at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, completing her dissertation with the SCI looking at schistosomiasis and malaria co-infections in under 5's on Ukerewe Island, Tanzania. Anna finished her PhD in January 2009 at Imperial College London, where she focused on HIV risk behaviour among sexual minorities in Southern India. Her primary tole involved the monitoring and evaluation element among men who have sex with men in Karnataka.

Publications

Journals

Truscott JE, Gurarie D, Alsallaq R, et al., 2017, A comparison of two mathematical models of the impact of mass drug administration on the transmission and control of schistosomiasis, Epidemics, Vol:18, ISSN:1755-4365, Pages:29-37

Ezeamama AE, He C-L, Shen Y, et al., 2016, Gaining and sustaining schistosomiasis control: study protocol and baseline data prior to different treatment strategies in five African countries, Bmc Infectious Diseases, Vol:16, ISSN:1471-2334

Rassi C, Kajungu D, Martin S, et al., 2016, Have You Heard of Schistosomiasis? Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices in Nampula Province, Mozambique, Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases, Vol:10, ISSN:1935-2735

Gurarie D, Yoon N, Li E, et al., 2015, Modelling control of Schistosoma haematobium infection: predictions of the long-term impact of mass drug administration in Africa., Parasit Vectors, Vol:8

Mitchell KM, Foss AM, Prudden HJ, et al., 2014, Who mixes with whom among men who have sex with men? Implications for modelling the HIV epidemic in southern India, Journal of Theoretical Biology, Vol:355, ISSN:0022-5193, Pages:140-150

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