Institute of Health & Society

Staff Profile

Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya

Team Scientist

Background

Introduction

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.

Qualifications

Medical Diploma, 1982, Moscow Medical Academy (1st Medical Sechenoff Institute), Moscow, Russia
MD, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Epidemiology & Public Health, 1994, The Scientific Centre for Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Perinatology, Russian Academy for Medical Sciences (RAMN), Moscow, Russia

Previous Positions

Senior Research Associate, Newcastle University 2004-2008
Research Associate, Newcastle University 1996-2004

 

Research

Research Interests

Maternal and child health 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 

Research

Ongoing work:

EUROlinkCAT study: Establishing a linked European Cohort of Children with Congenital Anomalies (5-year project, 2017-2021) - funded by EU Horizon 2020

Recently completed projects:

Prevalence, birth outcomes and clinical management of monochorionic monoamniotic twin and all triplet pregnancies (funded by BMFMS/TAMBA) - completed, published;

The prevalence and expected prevalence of selected childhood conditions in England; current figures and predictions (funded by Newlife Foundation for disabled children) - completed, two papers published;

Risk estimates of recurrent congenital anomalies in the UK: a population-based register study (published);

Natural experimental evaluation of a complex intervention to promote increased smoking cessation rates among pregnant women in maternity care (funded by NIHR SPHR) - completed, published;

A 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).

Qualifications

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) 

Esteem Indicators

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.

Funding

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

 

 

 

Teaching

Undergraduate Teaching

Stage 2 SSC1 assignment marking  (2017, 2018) 

Personal tutor of Stage 1, 2 and 3 MBBS students

 

Postgraduate Teaching (last 5 years)

Exam marker of MSc dissertations

1-st and 2-nd year assessor of  PhD/MD students

Co-supervisor of a PhD student - 2014-17

An internal examiner of a PhD student - 2013

Supervisor of an MSc student, 2013-2014

 

Publications