Annelies Van Rie

 
 
 
 
  Associate Professor
Epidemiology
Curriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
  2104-F McGavran-Greenberg Hall
135 Dauer Drive
Campus Box 7435
Chapel Hill 27599
USA
T: 919-966-1420


vanrie@email.unc.edu


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Education
1996 Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium Medicine
2000 Stellenbosch University,South Africa Molecular epidemiology
 
Teaching
EPID 754 Mathematical Modeling of Infectious diseases Syllabus
 
Research interests

  • Cancer
  • Disabilities
  • Environment (air)
 
Research activities

Epdidemiology and molecualr epidemiology of tuberculosis Tuberculosis and HIV Pediatric HIV care Mathematical modelling of infectious diseases

 
 
Key publications
Van Rie A, Warren R, Mashanga I, Jordaan AM, Van Der Spuy GD, Beyers N, Van Helden PD, Warren R (2001)
Analysis of a limited number of gene codons can predict the majority of drug resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in a high incidence area.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology: vol.39, p.636-641.

 Victor TC, Van Rie A, Jordaan AM, Richardson M, Van Der Spuy GD, Beyers N, Van Helden PD, Warren R (2001)
Sequence polymorphism in the rrs gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis is deeply rooted within an evolutionary clade and is not associated with streptomycin resistance.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology: vol.39, p.4184-4186.

 Van Rie A, Warren R, Richardson M, Gie RP, Beyers N, Victor T, Van Helden PD (2000)
The classification of drug resistant tuberculosis in an epidemic area.
The Lancet: vol.356, p.22-25.

 Schaaf HS, Van Rie A, Gie RP, Beyers N, Victor T, Van Helden PD, Donald PR (2000)
Transmission of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis.
Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal: vol.19, p.695-699.

 Schaaf HS, Gie RP, Van Rie A, Seifart HI, Van Helden PD, Cotton MF (2000)
Second episode of tuberculosis in an HIV-infected child: relapse or re-infection?.
Journal of Infection: vol.41, p.100-103.