Imperial College London

Steven Riley

Faculty of MedicineSchool of Public Health

Professor of Infectious Disease Dynamics
 
 
 
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+44 (0)20 7594 2452s.riley

 
 
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UG8Medical SchoolSt Mary's Campus

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Summary

 

Publications

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Riley S, Kwok KO, Wu KM, Ning DY, Cowling BJ, Wu JT, Ho L-M, Tsang T, Lo S-V, Chu DKW, Ma ESK, Peiris JSMet al., 2011, Epidemiological characteristics of 2009 (H1N1) pandemic influenza based on paired sera from a longitudinal community cohort study., PLoS Med, Vol: 8, Pages: e1000442-e1000442

Journal article

Vijaykrishna D, Smith GJD, Pybus OG, Zhu H, Bhatt S, Poon LLM, Riley S, Bahl J, Ma SK, Cheung CL, Perera RAPM, Chen H, Shortridge KF, Webby RJ, Webster RG, Guan Y, Peiris JSMet al., 2011, Long-term evolution and transmission dynamics of swine influenza A virus, Nature, Vol: 473, Pages: 519-522

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Wu JT, Ma ESK, Lee CK, Chu DKW, Ho P-L, Shen AL, Ho A, Hung IFN, Riley S, Ho LM, Lin CK, Tsang T, Lo S-V, Lau YL, Leung GM, Cowling BJ, Peiris JSMet al., 2011, A serial cross-sectional serologic survey of 2009 Pandemic (H1N1) in Hong Kong: implications for future pandemic influenza surveillance., Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses, Vol: 5 Suppl 1, Pages: 190-194

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Lipsitch M, Lajous M, O’Hagan JJ, Cohen T, Miller JC, Goldstein E, Danon L, Wallinga J, Riley S, Dowell SF, Reed C, McCarron Met al., 2011, Cumulative incidence of novel influenza A/H1N1 in foreign travelers, Hospitality and Health: Issues and Developments, Pages: 28-36, ISBN: 9781926692920

© 2012 by Apple Academic Press, Inc. An accurate estimate of the total number of cases and severity of illness of an emerging infectious disease is required both to define the burden of the epidemic and to determine the severity of disease. When a novel pathogen first appears, affected individuals with severe symptoms are more likely to be diagnosed. Accordingly, the total number of cases will be underestimated and disease severity overestimated. This problem is manifest in the current epidemic of novel influenza A/H1N1.

Book chapter

Kwok KO, Leung GM, Riley S, 2011, Modelling the proportion of influenza infections within households during pandemic and non-pandemic years., PLoS ONE, Vol: 6, Pages: e22089-e22089

Journal article

Lessler J, Cummings DAT, Read JM, Wang S, Zhu H, Smith GJD, Guan Y, Jiang CQ, Riley Set al., 2011, Location-specific patterns of exposure to recent pre-pandemic strains of influenza A in southern China., Nature Communications, Vol: 2, Pages: 423-423

Journal article

Wu JT, Ma ESK, Lee CK, Chu DKW, Ho P-L, Shen AL, Ho A, Hung IFN, Riley S, Ho L-M, Lin CK, Tsang T, Lo S-V, Lau YL, Leung GM, Cowling BJ, Malik Peiris JSet al., 2010, The infection attack rate and severity of 2009 pandemic H1N1 influenza in Hong Kong., Clin Infect Dis, Vol: 51, Pages: 1184-1191

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Wu JT, Cowling BJ, Lau EHY, Ip DKM, Ho L-M, Tsang T, Chuang SK, Leung P-Y, Lo S-V, Liu S-H, Riley Set al., 2010, School closure and mitigation of pandemic (H1N1) 2009, Hong Kong., Emerging Infect Dis, Vol: 16, Pages: 538-541

Journal article

Cowling BJ, Riley S, Seto WH, Leung GMet al., 2010, Nosocomial transmission and control of SARS, Environmental Medicine, Pages: 205-212, ISBN: 9780340946565

© 2010 Edward Arnold (Publishers) Ltd. Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) originated as a zoonotic disease but rapidly became primarily a nosocomial disease. Sustained epidemics have not recurred in humans following the original outbreak. Subclinical or asymptomatic infection was very rare, and the peak infectivity was usually at least 1 week after the onset of symptoms, by which time, with a high clinical index of suspicion, the patient would have already been hospitalized; transmissibility of the pathogen is relatively low except in special circumstances such as during clinical procedures. Empirical experience during the 2002-03 global epidemic confirmed the dominance of a within-hospital spread of the virus, particularly in the context of superspreading events; in addition, the wide heterogeneity of within-hospital transmission correlated with the intensity and stringency of infection control procedures in apparently similar settings.

Book chapter

Riley S, 2010, Coping without farm location data during a foot-and-mouth outbreak., Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, Vol: 107, Pages: 957-958

Journal article

Tsai M-T, Chern T-C, Chuang J-H, Hsueh C-W, Kuo H-S, Liau C-J, Riley S, Shen B-J, Shen C-H, Wang D-W, Hsu T-Set al., 2010, Efficient simulation of the spatial transmission dynamics of influenza., PLoS ONE, Vol: 5, Pages: e13292-e13292

Journal article

Tsai M-T, Chern T-C, Chuang J-H, Hsueh C-W, Kuo H-S, Liau C-J, Riley S, Shen B-J, Wang D-W, Shen C-H, Hsu T-Set al., 2010, Efficient simulation of the spatial transmission dynamics of influenza., PLoS Curr, Pages: RRN1141-RRN1141

Journal article

Cowling BJ, Lau LLH, Wu P, Wong HWC, Fang VJ, Riley S, Nishiura Het al., 2010, Entry screening to delay local transmission of 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1)., BMC Infect Dis, Vol: 10, Pages: 82-82

Journal article

van Kerkhove MD, Asikainen T, Becker NG, Bjorge S, Desenclos J-C, dos Santos T, Fraser C, Leung GM, Lipsitch M, Longini IM, Mcbryde ES, Roth CE, Shay DK, Smith DJ, Wallinga J, White PJ, Ferguson NM, Riley S, Needs WHOINFMMFPIHNWGODet al., 2010, Studies needed to address public health challenges of the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic: insights from modeling., PLoS Med, Vol: 7, Pages: e1000275-e1000275

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WHO Informal Network for Mathematical Modelling for Pandemic Influenza H1N1 2009 Working Group on Data Needs, 2009, Studies needed to address public health challenges of the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic: insights from modeling., PLoS Curr, Vol: 1

The 2009 influenza pandemic (H1N1pdm) has completed its first wave in many northern and southern hemisphere populations and many northern hemisphere populations are reporting substantial activity indicating the start of a second wave this autumn. As the global epidemiology of this novel strain unfolds, substantial policy challenges will continue to present themselves for the next 12 to 18 months. Here, we anticipate six public health challenges and identify data that are required for public health decision making. In particular, we suggest studies that will generate data not otherwise available from routine surveillance. Representative serological surveys stand out as a critical source of data with which to reduce uncertainty around policy choices for both pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical interventions after the initial wave has passed. Also, monitoring the time course of incidence of severe H1N1pdm cases will give a clear picture of variability in underlying transmissibility of the virus during population wide changes in behavior such as school vacations and other non-pharmaceutical interventions. In addition, we address low resource settings where routine surveillance for influenza has not been established and suggest alternative ways to collect data for the 2009 (and beyond) influenza H1N1 pandemic.

Journal article

Wu JT, Riley S, Leung GM, 2009, Reducing the impact of the next influenza pandemic using household-based public health interventions., Hong Kong medical journal = Xianggang yi xue za zhi / Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, Vol: 15 Suppl 9, Pages: 38-41

Journal article

Presanis AM, de Angelis D, Team NYCSFI, Hagy A, Reed C, Riley S, Cooper BS, Finelli L, Biedrzycki P, Lipsitch Met al., 2009, The severity of pandemic H1N1 influenza in the United States, from April to July 2009: a Bayesian analysis., PLoS Med, Vol: 6, Pages: e1000207-e1000207

Journal article

Ning Y, Kwok KO, Riley S, 2009, STOCHASTIC MODELING OF SCHISTOSOMIASIS JAPONICUM TRANSMISSION, 58th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-of-Tropical-Medicine-and-Hygiene, Publisher: AMER SOC TROP MED & HYGIENE, Pages: 79-79, ISSN: 0002-9637

Conference paper

White LF, Wallinga J, Finelli L, Reed C, Riley S, Lipsitch M, Pagano Met al., 2009, Estimation of the reproductive number and the serial interval in early phase of the 2009 influenza A/H1N1 pandemic in the USA., Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses, Vol: 3, Pages: 267-276

Journal article

Chen H, Wang Y, Liu W, Zhang J, Dong B, Fan X, de Jong MD, Farrar J, Riley S, Smith GJD, Guan Yet al., 2009, Serologic survey of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus, Guangxi Province, China., Emerging Infect Dis, Vol: 15, Pages: 1849-1850

Journal article

Lipsitch M, Riley S, Cauchemez S, Ghani AC, Ferguson NMet al., 2009, Managing and reducing uncertainty in an emerging influenza pandemic., N Engl J Med, Vol: 361, Pages: 112-115

Journal article

Cowling BJ, Fang VJ, Riley S, Malik Peiris JS, Leung GMet al., 2009, Estimation of the serial interval of influenza., Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass), Vol: 20, Pages: 344-347

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Wu JT, Leung GM, Lipsitch M, Cooper BS, Riley Set al., 2009, Hedging against antiviral resistance during the next influenza pandemic using small stockpiles of an alternative chemotherapy., PLoS Med, Vol: 6, Pages: e1000085-e1000085

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Presanis AM, Lipsitch M, Angelis DD, Health SFITNYCDO, Hygiene M, Hagy A, Reed C, Riley S, Cooper BSet al., 2009, The severity of pandemic H1N1 influenza in the United States, April – July 2009., PLoS Curr, Vol: 1, Pages: RRN1042-RRN1042

Journal article

Lipsitch M, Lajous M, O Hagan JJ, Cohen T, Miller JC, Goldstein E, Danon L, Wallinga J, Riley S, Dowell SF, Reed C, McCarron Met al., 2009, Use of cumulative incidence of novel influenza A/H1N1 in foreign travelers to estimate lower bounds on cumulative incidence in Mexico., PLoS ONE, Vol: 4, Pages: e6895-e6895

Journal article

Riley S, 2008, A prospective study of spatial clusters gives valuable insights into dengue transmission., PLoS Med, Vol: 5, Pages: e220-e220

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Leung GM, Hedley AJ, Lam TH, Ghani AC, Donnelly CA, Fraser C, Riley S, Ferguson NM, Anderson RMet al., 2008, Transmission Dynamics and Control of the Viral Aetiological Agent of SARS, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, Pages: 111-130, ISBN: 9781405130318

Book chapter

Riley S, Carabin H, BĂ©lisle P, Joseph L, Tallo V, Balolong E, Willingham AL, Fernandez TJ, Gonzales RON, Olveda R, McGarvey STet al., 2008, Multi-host transmission dynamics of Schistosoma japonicum in Samar province, the Philippines., PLoS Med, Vol: 5, Pages: e18-e18

Journal article

Vijaykrishna D, Bahl J, Riley S, Duan L, Zhang JX, Chen H, Peiris JSM, Smith GJD, Guan Yet al., 2008, Evolutionary dynamics and emergence of panzootic H5N1 influenza viruses., PLoS Pathog, Vol: 4, Pages: e1000161-e1000161

Journal article

Wu JT, Riley S, Leung GM, 2007, Spatial considerations for the allocation of pre-pandemic influenza vaccination in the United States., Proc Biol Sci, Vol: 274, Pages: 2811-2817

Journal article

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