Dr Anne Wilson, PhD
I am an epidemiologist with an interest in treatment and control of malaria and other vector borne diseases. I am particularly interested in multi-sectoral approaches to vector control and how this collaborative working can be better facilitated.
In addition I am interested in vector control trial design, evidence synthesis and use of evidence to support policy. My PhD was on generation and use of evidence to support vector control. I have experience writing WHO guidelines and providing technical support to country programmes on integrated vector management. I have experience in conducting systematic reviews and meta analysis and am currently working on a Cochrane Review of larval source management for malaria control.
I have managed operational research projects on malaria treatment and diagnosis in both Ghana and Zanzibar. I am an alumni of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and graduated with an MSc in Public Health in Developing Countries in 2010. Before starting my MSc I worked for a number of years in the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on regulatory affairs in emerging markets and clinical trial design.
- Choi, L. & Wilson, A. (2017). Larviciding to control malaria. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (7): CD012736.
- Tangena, J.-A., Thammavong, P., Wilson, A. L., Brey, P. T. & Lindsay, S. W. (2016). Risk and Control of Mosquito-Borne Diseases in Southeast Asian Rubber Plantations. Trends in Parasitology 32(5): 402-415.
- Wilson, A.L., Boelaert, M., Kleinschmidt, I., Pinder, M., Scott, T.W., Tusting, L.S. & Lindsay, S.W. (2015). Evidence-based vector control? Improving the quality of vector control trials. Trends in Parasitology 31(8): 380-390.
- Golding, Nick, Wilson, Anne L., Moyes, Catherine L., Cano, Jorge, Pigott, David M., Velayudhan, Raman, Brooker, Simon J., Smith, David L., Hay, Simon I. & Lindsay, Steve W. (2015). Integrating vector control across diseases. BMC Medicine 13: 249.
- Wilson, A.L., Chen-Hussey, V., Logan, J.G. & Lindsay, S.W. (2014). Are topical insect repellents effective against malaria in endemic populations? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Malaria Journal 13(1): 446.
- Wilson, A.L., Dhiman, R.C., Kitron, U., Scott, T.W., van den Berg, H. & Lindsay, S.W. (2014). Benefit of Insecticide-Treated Nets, Curtains and Screening on Vector Borne Diseases, Excluding Malaria: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8(10): e3228.
- Cairns, M., Roca-Feltrer, A., Garske, T., Wilson, A.L., Diallo, D., Milligan, P.J., Ghani, A.C. & Greenwood, B.M. (2012). Estimating the potential public health impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in African children. Nature Communications 3: 881.
- Wilson, A.L. & IPTc Taskforce (2011). A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy and safety of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in children (IPTc). PLoS One 6(2): e16976.
- World Health Organization (2016). A toolkit for integrated vector management in sub-Saharan Africa. Geneva, World Health Organization.