Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
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- Address: Institute of Health & Society
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE2 4AX, UK
I am a Team Scientist in maternal and perinatal epidemiology in the Institute of Health & Society. My main research interests are in congenital anomaly epidemiology, including quality of life in children with congenital anomalies, multiple pregnancy epidemiology and public health interventions during pregnancy .
Medical Diploma, 1982, Moscow Medical Academy (1st
Medical Sechenoff Institute), Moscow,
MD, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Epidemiology & Public Health, 1994, The Scientific Centre for Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Perinatology, Russian Academy for Medical Sciences (RAMN), Moscow, Russia
Senior Research Associate, Newcastle University 2004-2008
Research Associate, Newcastle University 1996-2004
Maternal and perinatal epidemiology, including
Multiple pregnancy epidemiology
Epidemiology of congenital anomalies
Quality of life in children with congenital anomalies
Cerebral palsy epidemiology
Public health interventions during pregnancy
Roles and Responsibilities
Team scientist (IHS)
Involved in research in maternal and perinatal epidemiology, paediatric epidemiology and in research evaluating public health interventions during pregnancy
Prevalence, birth outcomes and clinical management of monochorionic monoamniotic twin and all triplet pregnancies (funded by TAMBA);
The prevalence and expected prevalence of selected childhood conditions in England; current figures and predictions (funded by Newlife Foundation for disabled children);
A study on recurrence of congenital anomalies using data from the Northern Congenial Abnormality Survey (NorCAS);
Natural experimental evaluation of a complex intervention to promote increased smoking cessation rates among pregnant women in maternity care funded by NIHR SPHR;
Recently completed projects:
A co-investigator in the study of quality of life in children born with selected congenital anomalies using KIDSCREEN questionnaire (completed, published);
A population-based study of the effect of maternal age on perinatal outcomes in monochorionic and dichorionic twins using Northern Region twin data (in collaboration with University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada - completed, published);
A study of birth weight and other perinatal outcomes in children of mothers with pre-gestational diabetes - funded by Diabetes UK (completed, published);
Trends and predictors of preparation for pregnancy in women with pre-conception type 1 and type 2 diabetes: a population-based cohort study (using data from the Northern Diabetes in Pregnancy Survey) (completed, published);
A systematic review on self-reported quality of life in young children (aged < 12 years) with conditions from early infancy (published);
A systematic review of studies of quality of life in children born with selected congenital anomalies (published);
A population-based study of stillbirth and neonatal mortality in monochorionic and dichorionic twins (completed, published);
A study of epidemiology of Hirschsprung's disease (completed, published);
Sept.1994 - M.D., Obstetrics and Gynaecology; Epidemiology and Public Health - The Scientific Centre for Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Perinatology, Russian Academy for Medical Sciences (RAMN). Thesis: Perinatal mortality (statistics, causes and risk factors)
Invited paper for Twin Research & Human Genetics, 2012;
Invited presentation at a National conference "Multiple Pregnancy", Perinatal Institute, Birmingham, October 2005;
Invited to write a chapter on "Deviant Intra-uterine Growth and Cerebral Palsy" for a volume "Perinatal Etiologies of Cerebral Palsy" in Clinics in Perinatology (2006);
Invited presentation at CEREBRA CPD event “Children and Cerebral Palsy”, Edinburgh, June 2006;
Invited paper for Twin Research & Human Genetics, 2006;
Member of the Northern Multiple Pregnancy Register Steering Group.
Invited reviewer for:
British Medical Journal, Pediatrics, Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, Environmental Health Perspectives, Epidemiology, Child: Health, Care & Development, Human Reproduction, Environmental Health, Surveys And Perspectives Integrating Environment and Society (SAPIENS); BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
Invited to review grant proposals for Action Medical Research; The Henry Smith Charity (for consideration by the Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths) (FSID); Health Effects Institute, USA.
Co-applicant, BMFMS/TAMBA joint bursary application. Prevalence, birth outcomes and clinical management of monochorionic monoamniotic twin and all triplet pregnancies. PI: Dr Therese Hannon, RVI (£19,972) - 2016-17..
Co-applicant, Newlife Foundation for disabled children. The prevalence and expected prevalence of selected childhood conditions in England; current figures and predictions. PI: Prof. Judith Rankin (£14,999) - 2015-16.
Co-applicant, NIHR SPHR: Natural experimental evaluation of a complex intervention to promote increased smoking cessation rates among pregnant women in maternity care; PI: Ruth Bell (£285,343) - 2013-2015
Rankin J, McConachie H, Glinianaia SV, Embleton N. NUTH Flexibility & Sustainability Fund: Can the KIDSCREEN questionnaire be used to measure quality of life in children born with congenital anomalies? (£50,295). 2011-12
Tennant PWG, Glinianaia SV, Rankin J. Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children: Investigating the epidemiology of partial urorectal septum malformation sequence: a population-based study using data from the British Isles Network of Congenital Anomaly Registers (BINOCAR). (£14,956) - 2011-2012
Bell R, Rankin J, Glinianaia S, Bilous R. Diabetes UK: Congenital anomalies in the offspring of women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. (£35,196) - 2010-11
Co-applicant, Cancer Research UK: Leukaemia and birthweight by gestational age: a population-based record linkage study 1968-2002 (£40K) - 2008-09.
Co-applicant, The Wellcome Trust: Pre- and post-natal exposure to particulate matter and pregnancy and infant outcomes: an historical cohort study 1961-92. (£255K) - 2004-07;
Co-applicant, Newcastle Healthcare Charity: Cerebral palsy and intrauterine growth in multiple births: a study based on data from the European network of cerebral palsy registers. PI: Prof. Louise Parker, School of Clinical Medical Sciences, University of Newcastle (£16K) – 2003
Supervisor of two students in MBBS Stage 3 Literature reviews (2003), one student awarded a Public Health Medicine prize
Contributing to supervision of a stage 4 ‘options’ student (Jan-Feb 2004)
Supervisor of a MRes student (May-July 2004), passed with a distinction
Exam marker (MSc/MBBS Stage 3)
Personal tutor of Stage 1, 2 and 3 MBBS students
Co-supervisor of a 2nd-year MBBS student in her 5-week Summer Project, 2011;
Co-supervisor of a PhD student - 2013-16
A 1st-year assessor of a PhD student - 2015
An internal examiner of a PhD student - 2013
Supervisor of an MSc student, 2012-2013
Supervisor of an MSc student, 2007-2008
A 2nd-year assessor of a PhD student - 2011
A 2nd- and 3rd-year assessment of two PhD students - 2012
A 3rd-year assessment of a PhD student - 2013
Co-supervision of two specialist (ST5) trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology - 2010-2011
Contributing to supervision of a PhD student, 2005-2008
- Glinianaia SV, Tennant PWG, Rankin J. Risk estimates of recurrent congenital anomalies in the UK: a population-based register study. BMC Medicine 2017, 15, 20.
- Bell R, Glinianaia S, van der Waal Z, Close A, Moloney E, Jones S, Araújo-Soares V, Hamilton S, Milne E, Shucksmith J, Vale L, Willmore M, White M, Rushton S. Evaluation of a complex healthcare intervention to increase smoking cessation in pregnant women: interrupted time series analysis with economic evaluation. Tobacco Control 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Glinianaia SV, Best KE, Lingam R, Rankin J. Predicting the prevalence of cerebral palsy by severity level in children aged 3-15 years across England and Wales by 2020. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Rankin J, Glinianaia SV, Jardine J, McConachie H, Borrill H, Embleton ND. Measuring self-reported quality of life in 8- to 11- year old children born with gastroschisis: is the KIDSCREEN questionnaire acceptable?. Birth Defect Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 2016, 106(4), 250-256.
- Darke J, Glinianaia SV, Marsden P, Bell R. Pregestational diabetes is associated with adverse outcomes in twin pregnancies: a regional register-based study. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scaninavica 2016, 95(3), 339-346.
- Bramwell L, Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Rose M, Fernandes A, Harrad S, Pless-Mulloli T. Associations between human exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ether flame retardants via diet and indoor dust, and internal dose: A systematic review. Environment International 2016, 92-93, 680-694.
- Jardine J, Glinianaia SV, McConachie H, Embleton ND, Rankin J. Self-Reported Quality of Life of Young Children With Conditions From Early Infancy: A Systematic Review. Pediatrics 2014, 134(4), e1129-e1148.
- Glinianaia SV, Tennant PWG, Crowder D, Nayar R, Bell R. Fifteen-year trends and predictors of preparation for pregnancy in women with pre-conception Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes: a population-based cohort study. Diabetic Medicine 2014, 31(9), 1104–1113.
- Tennant PWG, Glinianaia SV, Wellesley D, Draper ES, Kurinczuk JJ, Tonks AM, Tucker DF, Wreyford B, Rankin J. Epidemiology of Partial Urorectal Septum Malformation Sequence (or 'persistent cloaca'): a population-based study in seven regions of England and Wales, 1985-2010. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal & Neonatal Edition 2014, 99(5), E413-E418.
- Tennant PWG, Glinianaia SV, Bilous RW, Rankin J, Bell R. Pre-existing diabetes, maternal glycated haemoglobin, and the risks of fetal and infant death: a population-based study. Diabetologia 2014, 57(2), 285-294.
- Tennant PWG, Glinianaia SV, Bilous RW, Rankin J, Bell R. Should women with diabetic nephropathy considering pregnancy continue ACE inhibitor or angiotensin II receptor blocker therapy until pregnancy is confirmed? Reply to Lewis G and Maxwell AP [Letter]. Diabetologia 2014, 57(5), 1084-1085.
- Newham JJ, Glinianaia SV, Tennant PWG, Rankin J, Bell R. Improved antenatal detection of congenital anomalies in women with pre-gestational diabetes: population-based cohort study. Diabetic Medicine 2013, 30(12), 1442-1448.
- Lisonkova S, Joseph KS, Bell R, Glinianaia SV. Effect of advanced maternal age on perinatal outcomes in twins: the impact of chorionicity. Annals of Epidemiology 2013, 23(7), 428-434.
- Dadvand P, Parker J, Bell ML, Bonzini M, Brauer M, Darrow LA, Gehring U, Glinianaia SV, Gouveia N, Ha EH, Leem JH, van den Hooven EH, Jalaludin B, Jesdale BM, Lepeule J, Morello-Frosch R, Morgan GG, Pesatori AC, Pierik FH, Pless-Mulloli T, Rich DQ, Sathyanarayana S, Seo J, Slama R, Strickland M, Tamburic L, Wartenberg D, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, Woodruff TJ. Maternal exposure to particulate air pollution and term birth weight: a multi-country evaluation of effect and heterogeneity. Environmental Health Perspectives 2013, 121(3), 267-273.
- Glinianaia SV, Ghosh R, Rankin J, Pearce MS, Parker L, Pless-Mulloli T. No improvement in socioeconomic inequalities in birthweight and preterm birth over four decades: a population-based cohort study. BMC Public Health 2013, 13, 345.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Sturgiss SN, Ward Platt MP, Crowder D, Bell R. The North of England Survey of Twin and Multiple Pregnancy. Twin Research and Human Genetics 2013, 16(1), 112-116.
- Glinianaia SV, Embleton ND, Rankin J. A systematic review of studies of quality of life in children and adults with selected congenital anomalies. Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology 2012, 94(7), 511-520.
- Best KE, Glinianaia SV, Bythell M, Rankin J. Hirschsprung's disease in the North of England: prevalence, associated anomalies, and survival. Birth Defects Research Part A 2012, 94(6), 477-80.
- Pearce MS, Glinianaia SV, Ghosh R, Rankin J, Rushton S, Charlton M, Parker L, Pless-Mulloli T. Particulate matter exposure during pregnancy is associated with birth weight, but not gestational age, 1962-1992; a cohort study. Environmental Health 2012, 11(1), 13.
- Bell R, Glinianaia S, Tennant PWG, Bilous R, Rankin J. Peri-conception hyperglycaemia and nepthropathy are associated with risk of congenital anomaly in women with pre-existing diabetes: a population-based cohort study. Diabetologia 2012, 55(4), 936-947.
- Glinianaia SV, Tennant PWG, Bilous RW, Rankin J, Bell R. HbA1c and birthweight in women with pre-conception type 1 and type 2 diabetes: a population-based cohort study. Diabetologia 2012, 55(12), 3193-3203.
- Parker J, Rich DQ, Glinianaia SV, Leem JH, Wartenberg D, Bell ML, Bonzini M, Brauer M, Darrow L, Gehring U, Gouveia N, Grillo P, Ha E, van den Hooven EH, Jalaludin B, Jesdale BM, Lepeule J, Morello-Frosch R, Morgan GG, Slama R, Pierik FH, Pesatori AC, Sathyanarayana S, Seo J, Strickland M, Tamburic L, Woodruff TJ. The International Collaboration on Air Pollution and Pregnancy Outcomes: Initial Results. Environmental Health Perspectives 2011, 119(7), 1023-1028.
- Glinianaia SV, Pearce MS, Rankin J, Pless-Mulloli T, Parker L, McNally RJ. Birth weight by gestational age and risk of childhood acute leukemia: a population-based study 1961–2002. Leukemia and Lymphoma 2011, 52(4), 709-712.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Colver A. Cerebral palsy rates by birth weight, gestation and severity in North of England, 1991-2000 singleton births. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2011, 96(2), 180-185.
- Glinianaia S, Obeysekera MA, Sturgiss S, Bell R. Stillbirth and neonatal mortality in monochorionic and dichorionic twins: a population-based study. Human Reproduction 2011, 26(9), 2549-2557.
- Woodruff T, Parker J, Adams K, Bell M, Gehring U, Glinianaia S, Ha E, Jalaludin B, Slama R. International collaboration on air pollution and pregnancy outcomes (ICAPPO). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2010, 7(6), 2638-2652.
- Pearce MS, Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Rushton S, Charlton M, Parker L, Pless-Mulloli T. No association between ambient particulate matter exposure during pregnancy and stillbirth risk in the north of England, 1962-1992. Environmental Research 2010, 110(1), 118-122.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Pearce MS, Parker L, Pless-Mulloli T. Stillbirth and infant mortality in singletons by cause of death, birthweight, gestational age and birthweight-for-gestation, Newcastle upon Tyne 1961-2000. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2010, 24(4), 331-342.
- Pharoah POD, Glinianaia SV, Rankin J. Congenital anomalies in multiple births after early loss of a conceptus. Human Reproduction 2009, 24(3), 726-731.
- Woodruff TJ, Parker JD, Darrow LA, Slama R, Bell ML, Choi H, Glinianaia S, Hoggatt KJ, Karr CJ, Lobdell DT, Wilhelm M. Methodological issues in studies of air pollution and reproductive health. Environmental Research 2009, 109(3), 311-320.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Wright C. Congenital anomalies in twins: A register-based study. Human Reproduction 2008, 23(6), 1306-1311.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin JM, Pless-Mulloli T, Pearce MS, Charlton ME, Parker L. Temporal changes in key maternal and fetal factors affecting birth outcomes: A 32-year population-based study in an industrial city. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2008, 8, 39.
- Slama R, Darrow L, Parker J, Woodruff TJ, Strickland M, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Glinianaia S, Hoggatt KJ, Kannan S, Hurley F, Kalinka J, Sram R, Brauer M, Wilhelm M, Heinrich J, Ritz B. Meeting report: Atmospheric pollution and human reproduction. Environmental Health Perspectives 2008, 116(6), 791-798.
- Fanshawe TR, Diggle PJ, Rushton SP, Sanderson RA, Lurz PWW, Glinianaia SV, Pearce MS, Parker L, Charlton M, Pless-Mulloli T. Modelling spatio-temporal variation in exposure to particulate matter: a two-stage approach. Environmetrics 2008, 19(6), 549-566.
- Ghosh R, Rankin J, Pless-Mulloli T, Glinianaia S. Does the effect of air pollution on pregnancy outcomes differ by gender? A systematic review. Environmental Research 2007, 105(3), 400-408.
- Jarvis S, Glinianaia SV, Blair E. Cerebral Palsy and Intrauterine Growth. Clinics in Perinatology 2006, 33(2), 285-300.
- Hemming K, Hutton JL, Glinianaia SV, Jarvis SN, Platt MJ. Differences between European birthweight standards: Impact on classification of 'small for gestational age'. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 2006, 48(11), 906-912.
- Glinianaia SV, Jarvis SN, Topp M, Guillem P, Platt MJ, Pearce MS, Parker L. Intrauterine growth and cerebral palsy in twins: A European multicenter study. Twin Research and Human Genetics 2006, 9(3), 460-466.
- Ward Platt MP, Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Wright C, Renwick M. The North of England Multiple Pregnancy Register: Five-year results of data collection. Twin Research and Human Genetics 2006, 9(6), 913-918.
- Jarvis SN, Glinianaia SV, Arnaud C, Fauconnier J, Johnson A, McManus V, Topp M, Uvebrant P, Cans C, Krageloh-Mann I. Case gender and severity in cerebral palsy varies with intrauterine growth. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2005, 90(5), 474-479.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Bell R, Pearce MS, Parker L. Temporal changes in the distribution of population risk factors attenuate the reduction in perinatal mortality. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2005, 58(12), 1299-1307.
- Rankin JM, Pearce MS, Bell R, Glinianaia SV, Parker L. Perinatal mortality rates: Adjusting for risk factor profile is essential. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2005, 19(1), 56-58.
- Bell R, Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Wright C, Pearce MS, Parker L. Changing patterns of perinatal death, 1982-2000: a retrospective cohort study. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal & Neonatal Edition 2004, 89(6), F531-F536.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Bell R, Pless-Mulloli T, Howel D. Does Particulate Air Pollution Contribute to Infant Death? A Systematic Review. Environmental Health Perspectives 2004, 112(14), 1365-1370.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Bell R, Pless-Mulloli T, Howel D. Particulate air pollution and fetal health: A systematic review of the epidemiologic evidence. Epidemiology 2004, 15(1), 36-45.
- Jarvis S, Glinianaia SV, Torrioli M-G, Platt M-J, Miceli M, Jouk P-S, Johnson A, Hutton J, Hemming K, Hagberg G, Dolk H, Chalmers J. Cerebral palsy and intrauterine growth in single births: European collaborative study. Lancet 2003, 362(9390), 1106-1111.
- Glinianaia SV, Rankin J, Wright C, Sturgiss SN, Renwick M. A Multiple Pregnancy Register in the North of England. Twin Research 2002, 5(5), 436-439.
- Glinianaia SV, Pharoah POD, Wright C, Rankin JM. Fetal or infant death in twin pregnancy: Neurodevelopmental consequence for the survivor. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal and Neonatal Edition 2002, 86(1), F9-F15.
- Glinianaia S, Wright C, Rankin J, Renwick M. Multiple Pregnancy Register in the North of England: 1998-99 results. Twin Research 2001, 4, 183.
- Glinianaia SV, Skjaerven R, Magnus P. Birthweight percentiles by gestational age in multiple births: A population-based study of Norwegian twins and triplets. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica 2000, 79(6), 450-458.
- Glinianaia SV, Pharoah P, Sturgiss SN. Comparative trends in cause-specific fetal and neonatal mortality in twin and singleton births in the North of England, 1982-1994. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2000, 107(4), 452-460.
- Rankin J, Glinianaia S, Brown R, Renwick M. The changing prevalence of neural tube defects: A population-based study in the North of England, 1984-96. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2000, 14(2), 104-110.
- Glinianaia SV, Magnus P, Harris J, Tambs K. Is there a consequence for fetal growth of having a male cohabitant in utero?. International Journal of Epidemiology 1998, 27(4), 657-659.
- Glinianaia S.G, Rankin J, Renwick M. Time trends in twin perinatal mortality in the Northern Region of England, 1982-94. Twin Research 1998, 1(4), 189-95.
- Glinianaia SV, Magnus P, Skjaerven R, Bakketeig S. The relationship between maternal birthweight and gestational age in twins and singletons and those of their offspring in Norway. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 1997, 11(1), 26-36.
- Webster S, Glinianaia S, Ward-Platt M, Marsden P. Caesarean section for the second twin. In: British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society (BMFMS) 17th Annual Conference. 2015, London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.