Dr Michelle Stanton is a lecturer in Spatial Epidemiology at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK. Her research focuses on using geospatial technologies together with statistical data analysis to learn about patterns in vector-borne disease risk, with the goal of incorporating this information into disease control strategies.
Rosheen Mthawanji is a vector biologist at Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Trust clinical research programme. She has an MSc from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and works on mosquito behaviour, ecology and control. Her interests are novel tools in the fight against malaria.
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