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Gabriele Stieglbauer

Medizinische Dokumentarin

Data Management

Gabriele Stieglbauer graduated from the School of Medical Documentation in Ulm, Germany, with a certification in medical documentation. She joined the Institute in 1999 and has been part in in various research projects with focus on data management.

Actually she is part of the Research Group “Climate Change, Nutrition and Health” and of the DFG-Research Unit “Climate Change and Health in Subsaharan Africa (https://www.cch-africa.de/) and responsible for data management, statistical programming and data analysis support.



Kynast-Wolf G, Schoeps A, Winkler V, Stieglbauer G, Müller O, Sie A, Becher H. (2019): Clustering of infant mortality within families in rural Burkina Faso. Am J Trop Med Hyg.; 100(1):187-191. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.17-0669.

Wehner S, Stieglbauer G, Traore C, Sie A, Becher H, Müller O (2017): Malaria incidence during early childhood in rural Burkina Faso: Analysis of a birth cohort protected with insecticide-treated mosquito nets. Acta Tropica [Epub ahead of print]. DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.actatropica.2017.03.017

Becher H, Müller O, Dambach P, Gabrysch S, Niamba L, Sankoh O, Simboro S, Schoeps A, Stieglbauer G, Yé Y, Sié A. (2016): Decreasing child mortality, spatial clustering, and decreasing disparity in north-western Burkina Faso.Trop Med Int Health. 2016 Apr;21(4):546-55. doi: 10.1111/tmi.12673. Epub 2016 Feb 19.

Vuksanović M, Safer A, Palm F, Stieglbauer G, Grau AJ, Becher H. (2014): Validity of self-reported BMI in older adults and an adjustment model. J Public Health. 2014;22:257-263.

Oster N, Rohrbach P, Sanchez CP, Andrews KT, Kammer J, Coulibaly B, Stieglbauer G, Becher H, Lanzer M (2010): Apparent bias for P. falciparum parasites carrying the wild-type pfcrt allele in the placenta. Parasitol Res 106 (5):1065-1070

Sié A, Louis VR, Gbangou A, Muller O, Niamba L, Stieglbauer G, Ye M, Kouyate B, Sauerborn R, Becher H (2010): The Health and Demographic Surveillance System (HDSS) in Nouna, Burkina Faso, 1993-2007. Glob Health Action 3

Stich A, Oster N, Abdel-Aziz IZ, Stieglbauer G, Coulibaly B, Wickert H, McLean J, Kouyate BA, Becher H, Lanzer M (2006) Malaria in a holoendemic area of Burkina Faso: a cross-sectional study. Parasitol Res 98 (6):596-599

Kyobutungi C, Grau A, Stieglbauer G, Becher H (2005): Absolute temperature, temperature changes and stroke risk: A case-crossover study. Eur J Epidemiol 20, 693-698.

Becher H, Stieglbauer G, Yé Y (2004): Nouna DSS Data structure, data exchange and routine epidemiologic procedures. In: Becher H, Kouyaté B (Hrsg.) Health Research in Developing Countries. A collaboration between Burkina Faso and Germany. Springer Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, p. 17-19.

Kynast-Wolf G, Stieglbauer G, Kouyaté B, Ye Y, Gbangou A, Sauerborn R, Becher H (2003): Mortality patterns, 1993-2001, in sub-Saharan Africa – Results from a Demographic Surveillance System in Nouna, Burkina Faso.  Discussion Paper 01/2003, SFB 544, University of Heidelberg, Germany

Kynast-Wolf, G., Sankoh, O.A., Stieglbauer, G., Kouyaté, B., Yé, Y., Gbangou, A., Sanou, A., Würthwein, R., Sauerborn, R. and Becher, H. (2001). Mortality in a rural region in sub-Saharan Africa: Results from a Demographic Surveillance System in Nouna, Burkina Faso. Discussion Paper 1/2001, SFB 544, University of Heidelberg, Germany.