Mr Wim Delva

Assistant Professor

Wim

Wim Delva is a medical doctor by training, with a PhD in medical sciences (focused on HIV epidemiology). His work has involved the development of individual-based simulation models and the application of statistical and mathematical modelling techniques to describe and analyse the behavioural and biological processes underlying HIV epidemics. Wim recently became the acting director for DiSeCT, the new School for Data Science and Computational Thinking at Stellenbosch University.

Publicaties van Wim

2020 Calibration of individual-based models to epidemiological data : a systematic review

2020 Mortality under early access to antiretroviral therapy vs Eswatini’s national standard of care : the MaxART clustered randomized stepped‐wedge trial

2019 Differential sexual network connectivity offers a parsimonious explanation for population-level variations in the prevalence of bacterial vaginosis : a data-driven, model-supported hypothesis

2019 SimpactCyan 1.0 : an open-source simulator for individual-based models in HIV epidemiology with R and Python interfaces

2018 Effect of a 'diagonal' intervention on uptake of HIV and reproductive health services by female sex workers in three sub-Saharan African cities

Peter Gichangi

2018 Feasibility, acceptability and potential sustainability of a 'diagonal' approach to health services for female sex workers in Mozambique

2018 Impact of a 'diagonal' intervention on uptake of sexual and reproductive health services by female sex workers in Mozambique : a mixed-methods implementation study

2018 Partner age differences and associated sexual risk behaviours among adolescent girls and young women in a cash transfer programme for schooling in Malawi

2017 Sexual and reproductive health services utilization by female sex workers is context-specific : results from a cross-sectional survey in India, Kenya, Mozambique and South Africa

Peter Gichangi

2017 Beyond risk compensation : clusters of antiretroviral treatment users in sexual networks can modify the impact of ART on HIV incidence

2017 Impact of early initiation versus national standard of care of antiretroviral therapy in Swaziland's public sector health system : study protocol for a stepped-wedge randomized trial

2017 On complexity, realism and usefulness of individual-based models

2017 Rethinking our indicators of impact and excellence

2017 The transcontinental scientist

2016 HIV prevention and care-seeking behaviour among female sex workers in four cities in India, Kenya, Mozambique and South Africa

Peter Gichangi

2016 Where do female sex workers seek HIV and reproductive health care and what motivates these choices? : a survey in 4 cities in India, Kenya, Mozambique and South Africa

Peter Gichangi

2016 Are HIV and reproductive health services adapted to the needs of female sex workers? : results of a policy and situational analysis in Tete, Mozambique

2016 Barriers to HIV and sexual and reproductive health care for female sex workers in Tete, Mozambique : results from a cross-sectional survey and focus group discussions

2016 Age differences between sexual partners, behavioural and demographic correlates, and HIV infection on Likoma Island, Malawi

2016 Beyond risk compensation : clusters of antiretroviral treatment (ART) users in sexual networks can modify the impact of ART on HIV incidence