Corine Ngufor is a medical entomologist with over 10 years of field experience in mosquito biology and vector control. She holds a Masters in the Biology and Control of Disease Vectors and a PhD in medical entomology both from LSHTM. Her PhD focused on the use of insecticide combinations to improve the control and management of insecticide resistant African malaria vectors. Corine started working at LSHTM in 2011 supervising and coordinating several WHOPES Phase 1 and 2 vector control studies across sub-saharan Africa (Tanzania, Cote D’Ivoire, Burkina Faso and Benin). She is currently based in Benin since 2013 where she manages the CREC/LSHTM Collaborative Research Programme implementing a portfolio of IVCC/WHO/Industry funded vector control projects investigating new vector control tools for targeting insecticide resistant malaria vectors.
Corine’s main interest is in the control and management of insecticide resistant African malaria vector populations.
She supervises MSc students from LSHTM for summer projects.