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Dr Daire Cantillon

Chair

Dr Joshua Longbottom

Chair

Dr Rinki Deb

Chair

Mtisunge Gondwe

Clinical Sciences

Professor Bertie Squire

Nancy Vollmer

Clinical

Melanie Nolden

Vector

Derek Cocker

Clinical

Lynne Elliott

IPH

Catiane Vander Kelen

Vector

Beate Ringwald

IPH

Jonathan Rigby

Clinical

Carrie Barrett

Tropical Disease Biology

Grant Kay

Vector Biology

Beatrice Egid

Vector Biology

Alexander Schade

Clinical Sciences

Jessica Jinks

Tropical Disease Biology

William Nevin

Clinical Sciences

Hannah McCauley

Ιnternational Public Health

Neil Hobbs

Vector Biology

Tijana Williams

Tropical Disease Biology

Shannon McSweeney

Clinical Sciences

Sanjay Nagi

Vector Biology

Cintia Cansado-Utrilla

Vector Biology

Richard Goodman

Tropical Disease Biology

Sirui Zheng

Clinical Sciences

Charlotte Quinn

Vector Biology

Edwin Panford-Quainoo

Tropical Disease Biology

Esther German

Clinical Sciences

Daniel McDermott

Vector Biology

Adama Ladu

International Public Health

Helen Savage

Clinical Sciences

Leslie Choi

Vector Biology

Rachel Byrne

Tropical Disease Biology

William Hutton

Tropical Disease Biology

Adeolu Adebiyi

International Public Health

Davie Mhango

Clinical Sciences

Karsor Kollie

International Public Health

Charalampos Attipa

Tropical Disease Biology

Marie Stolbrink

Clinical Sciences

Leo Masamba

Clinical Sciences

Abu Conteh

International Public Health

Michael Abouyannis

Tropical Disease Biology

Babatunde Awokola

Clinical Sciences

Ivy Chumo

International Public Health

Duncan Shikuku

International Public Health

Samuel Saidu

International Public Health

Anna Trett

Vector Biology

Shrutika Murthy

International Public Health

Romeo Toriro

Clinical Sciences

Suman Gurung

Clinical Sciences

Bachera Aktar

International Public Health

Oliver Pearse

Clinical Sciences

George Oluoch

Tropical Disease Biology

Smruti Jukur

International Public Health

Dawn Maranga

Tropical Disease Biology

Vibol Iem

Clinical Sciences

Dr Britta Urban

LSTM Director Of PGR

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), founded in 1898, was the first institution in the world dedicated to research and teaching in the field of tropical medicine. As a registered charity, we work across the world, often in very difficult circumstances, to fulfil our mission of improving health outcomes in disadvantaged populations globally through partnership in research and education.

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Victor Akelo

Adverse Pregancy Outcomes Associated With COVID-19 Infection In Western Kenya

Hellen Barsosio

Targeted information transfer improves the use of intermittent preventive treatment with dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine to prevent malaria in pregnancy: a three-arm pragmatic cluster randomised trial in western Kenya

Jason Biswas

Infections during and after travel: should we screen military travellers?

Keirah Bartlett

Varespladib abrogates dermonecrotic pathology caused by black-necked spitting cobra venom and purified toxins in vivo

Aaron Chirambo

Polycytotoxic T lymphocytes in human Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection

Gracious Jamali

Experiences of female sex workers participating in self-help groups to improve health outcomes: the case of Zimbabwe

Galven Maringwa

Characterising sexual partners and partnerships among female sex workers in Zimbabwe

Primrose Matambanadzo

Association of microplanning with prevention of acquisition and transmission of HIV among female sex workers

Agnes Matope

The Video Cone Test PLUS system: assessing the utility of using Anopheles gambiae behavioural responses to evaluate insecticide-treated bed net efficacy.

Hauwa Mohammed

Improving the Effectiveness of Skilled Health Personnel in Nigeria: Study Protocol

Mosepele Mosepele

Albuminuria is Common Among HIV-infected men on Antiretroviral Therapy in Botswana

Betwel Msugupakulya

Investigating the opportunities for implementing larval source management for malaria control in rural Tanzania

Leonard Mvaya

Poor cytotoxic potential and differential localization of duodenal CD8+ T cells

Ambayo Peter Otte Nyumbe

Effective Financing Models for Maternal and Newborn Health Programmes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Systematic Review Protocol

Ambrose Oruni

Unravelling mechanisms driving the escalation of insecticide resistance in An. funestus from Uganda and its impact on malaria control tools and parasite transmission

Lilian Otiso

DELAYED FIRST ANC VISITS: WHY PREGNANT ADOLESCENTS DELAY SEEKING MEDICAL CARE IN INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS IN NAIROBI

Joseph Phiri

Defining changes in nasal immunity that favours propensity for pneumococcal carriage in people living with HIV

Mphatso Phiri

The potential epidemiological impact of increasing uptake of tuberculosis active case finding interventions among men and youth

Nicholas Riches

The Chiwindi study: community-based hepatitis B serosurvey in urban and rural Malawi

Doreen Sakala

Title: Investigating the role of social media as a form of social capital in transitions into and out of sex work in urban Blantyre, Malawi

Lusako Sibale

Adults living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy exhibit prolonged high density pneumococcal carriage and shed antimicrobial resistant pneumococci

Lindiwe Sibiya

Investigating the role of social capital and social cohesion in the creation of identity among young women who sell sex in rural KwaZulu Natal.

Chukwuebuka Ugwu

Development and evaluation of gender-sensitive TB interventions for Nigerian Communities

Murielle Wondji

Investigation of the role of ATP Binding Cassette (ABC’s) transporters in insecticide resistance in a field population of Anopheles funestus from Cameroon.

LSTM Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence

Hello, I am Dr Fiona Marston, Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence (EiR) at LSTM, working across the school as well as on specific projects for the Department of Clinical Sciences. The EiR programme is designed by The Royal Society to support universities wishing to turn their world-leading research into commercial success. My Royal Society EiR project centres around commercial Innovation in the translation of infectious diseases research at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. The main theme of my programme is improving the knowledge and skills of LSTM’s research staff in their understanding and implementation of activities that transition their R&D into development and towards use in the market. This includes understanding: the development pathway to market, engagement with industry, licensing and spin-out businesses.