Ali, Sheikh Taslim

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助理教授〔研究〕

流行病和生物統計學​

  • BSc, MSc, PhD
個人簡介

Dr. Ali has joined the School of Public Health in 2015. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Statistics (Honours) in 2006; Master of Science in Statistics (Specialization: Biostatistics, Stochastic Process) in 2008, securing two Gold Medals. He earned his Ph.D. in Statistics (Stochastic Epidemic Modelling) in 2015. He has a brief industrial experience in analytics before joining for his Ph.D. He also has successfully pursued his Split-Site Ph.D. training program tenable at the School of Public Health, Imperial College London, during 2011-2012 under the prestigious Commonwealth Scholarship Scheme.

Dr. Ali’s research interests are mathematical and statistical epidemiology, modelling of infectious diseases and optimization of control policies. The main focus of his current research is to understand the disease dynamics (including influenza, OVID-19, RSV, hand-foot-and-mouth disease and other respiratory diseases) under the effect of time-varying interventions and seasonal forces (e.g. meteorological, pollutants and socio-economic). He develops the general statistical/mechanistic models for disease outbreaks, with the aim of determining how the effectiveness of containment and mitigation policies depends on disease severity. He holds the research grants from Health and Medical Research Fund (HMRF), and Research Grants Council (GRF), Hong Kong as PI and Co-PI. He teaches (as a tutor) Introduction to Biostatistics (CMED6100) of the Master of Public Health curriculum at the University of Hong Kong. He also serves as an academic reviewer of scientific manuscripts for several international journals: PloS ONE; PLoS neglected tropical diseases, Epidemiology and Infection, Environmental Health Perspective, Emerging Infectious Diseases, BMC Infectious Disease, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Journal of the Royal Society Interface and Nature Communication. 

發表的部分文章

(*joint-first author)

  1. Ali ST, Cowling BJ; Influenza Virus: Tracking, Predicting and Forecasting. Annual Review of Public Health (2021), 42: x-x, doi: 10.1146/annurev-publhealth-010720-021049 [Accepted]. [IF 10.92 (2020), rank 3/500 Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health].
  2. Ali ST, Wang L, Lau EHY, Xu X, Du Z, Wu Y, Leung GM, Cowling BJ; Serial interval of SARS-CoV-2 was shortened over time by non-pharmaceutical interventions. Science (2020), 369, 6507, pp. 1106-1109. [IF 41.845 (2019), rank 2/64 multidisciplinary sciences].
  3. Xu X, Liu X, Wu Y, Ali ST*, Du Z, Bosetti P, Cowling BJ, Wang L; Reconstruction of Transmission Pairs for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in China outside Hubei Province: Estimation of Super-spreading Events, Serial Interval, and Hazard of Infection. Clinical Infectious Diseases (2020) Jun 18: ciaa790. [IF 9.06 (2018), rank 3/89 infectious diseases].
  4. Ryu S, Ali ST, Jang C, Kim B, Cowling BJ. Effect of Non-pharmaceutical Interventions on Transmission of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, South Korea. Emerg Infect Dis. (2020), 26 (10): 2406-2410. [IF 7.42 (2018), rank 5/89 infectious diseases].
  5. Cowling BJ, Ali ST*, Ng TWY, Tsang TK, Li JCM, Fong MW, et al. Impact assessment of non-pharmaceutical interventions against coronavirus disease 2019 and influenza in Hong Kong: an observational study. Lancet Public Health. (2020) 5 (5), e279-e288. [IF 11.60 (2019), rank 5/89 infectious diseases].
  6. Ryu S, Ali ST, Cowling BJ, Lau EHY. Effects of school holidays on seasonal influenza in South Korea, 2014-2016. J Infect Dis. 2020, 4; 222(5): 832-835. [IF 5.19 (2017), rank 4/78 infectious diseases].
  7. Ryu S, Ali ST, Lim J, Chun BC; Estimate number of individuals infected with the 2019-novel coronavirus in Seoul, South Korea due to the influx of international students from countries with virus risk: a simulation study. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 202017(9), 3113. [IF 2.85 (2020), rank 73/180 Public, Environmental & Occupational Health].
  8. Ali ST, Cowling BJ, Lau EHY, Fang VJ and Leung GM; Mitigation of influenza B epidemic with school closures, Hong Kong, 2018. Emerg. Infect. Dis. (2018); 24(11), 2071-2073. [IF 7.42 (2018), rank 5/89 infectious diseases].
  9. Ali ST, Wu P, Cauchemez S, He D, Fang VJ, Cowling BJ and Linwei T; Ambient ozone and influenza transmissibility in Hong Kong. Eur. Respir. J. (2018); 51 (5), 1800369 [IF 12.24 (2018), rank 4/63 respiratory system].
  10. Ali ST, Kadi A S and Ferguson NM; Transmission dynamics of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in India: The impact of holiday related school closure. Epidemics (2013); 5 157-163 [IF 2.378 (2013), rank 31/89 infectious diseases].
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