Annelies Van Rie, PhD

Associate Professor Department of Epidemiology

T:(919) 966-1420

F:(919) 966-2089

2104F Mcgavran-Greenberg Hall

CB #7435

Chapel Hill, NC 27599


Representative Courses

Mathematical Modeling of Infectious diseases | Syllabus

Research Activities

Research Interests

    Implementation research

Research Activities

    Epidemiology and molecular epidemiology of tuberculosis
    Patient impact of novel diagnostics of tuberculosis, including drug-resistant TB
    Co-treatment for TB and HIV in adults and children
    Pediatric HIV care
    Community based interventions for TB and HIV control
    Pediatric neurodevelopment in resource limited settings
    Mathematical modelling of infectious diseases

Key Publications

The classification of drug resistant tuberculosis in an epidemic area. Van Rie A, Warren R, Richardson M, Gie RP, Beyers N, Victor T, Van Helden PD  (2000).

Measuring stigma associated with tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS in southern Thailand: exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses of two new scales. Van Rie A, Sengupta S, Pungrassami P, Balthip Q, Choonuan S, Kasetjaroen Y, Strauss RP, Chongsuvivatwong V. (2008). Tropical Medicine & International Health., 13.

Integration and task-shifting for TB/HIV care and treatment in highly resource-scarce settings: one size may not fit all. Van Rie A, Patel M, Mbonze N, VandenDriessche K, Tabala M, Yotebieng M, Behets F.  (2013). J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr..

Time to treatment and patient outcomes among TB suspects screened by a single point-of-care Xpert MTB/RIF at a primary care clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa. Hanrahan C Selibas K, Deery C, Dansey H, Clouse K, Bassettt J, Scott L,Stevens W, Sanne I, Van Rie A. (2013). PLoS One.

Validity of US norms for the Bayley Scales of Infant Development-III in Malawian children. Cromwell EA, Dube Q, Cole SR, Chirambo C, Dow AE, Heyderman RS, Van Rie A. (2014). European Journal of Pediatric Neurology.