PROFESSOR DAVID LALLOO
Professor David Lalloo is a Professor of Tropical Medicine and Dean of Clinical Sciences and International Public Health at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. He is also Director of the Liverpool Glasgow Wellcome Trust Centre for Global Health Research and the Wellcome Trust Clinical PhD Programme, and is heavily involved in guiding and supporting the careers of young UK and African Scientists. Professor Lalloo is an academic clinician in Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases with a major research interest in clinical trials in resource poor settings, particularly in HIV and associated infections, malaria and envenoming. He runs a number of multidisciplinary research projects in HIV and Malaria. Professor Lalloo has a longstanding interest in treatment and prophylaxis of cryptococcal disease.
Having undergone initial training in Newcastle upon Tyne, David Lalloo trained in General (Internal) Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine, spending three years in Papua New Guinea. He undertook clinical and laboratory research in Oxford before moving as Senior Lecturer to the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in 1999. He currently has collaborations and studies in a number of countries including Malawi, Uganda, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, South Africa. He holds an appointment as Honorary Consultant at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and is Clinical Director of the Tropical Medicine Directorate and Director of the Wellcome Trust Liverpool Glasgow Centre for Global Health Research and Wellcome Trust Clinical PhD programme.
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