MRC LID Cohort 3

Claire Broad (SGUL)

Project: Detecting sexual bridges: rapid genome-mapping of sexually transmitted infections among female sex worker and non-sex worker populations in Ecuador

Supervisors: Tariq Sadiq & Philip Cooper

Rhodri Edwards (LSHTM)

Project: Novel control strategies for Lutzomyia longipalpis sand flies through CRISPR-Cas9 genetic modification of olfaction and Wolbachia transinfection

Supervisors: Matthew Yeo Thomas Walker & Matthew Rogers

Oliver Hines (LSHTM)

Project: Development of high-dimensional data-adaptive causal inference methods to unravel the role of genetics in determining heart rhythm

Supervisors: Karla Diaz-OrdazYalda Jamshidi & James Carpenter

Harriet Jones (LSHTM)

Project: Developing a data system to inform real-time public health action among female sex workers in Zimbabwe

Supervisors: James Hargreaves & Bernadette Hensen

Find out more about Harriet’s experience on our MRC DTP programme.

Charlotte Kerr (LSHTM)

Project: A “One Health” approach to investigating the epidemiology and control of human Brucellosis and Q-fever in peri-urban areas of two sub-Saharan African countries

Supervisors: Patrick Nguipdop-Djomo & Punam Mangtani

Quentin Leclerc (LSHTM)

Project: What drives antibiotic resistance diversity? Modelling for MRSA control

Supervisors: Gwen Knight & Jodi Lindsay

Find out more about Quentin’s experience on our MRC DTP programme.

Eleanor Rees (LSHTM)

Project: Modelling leptospirosis at the animal-human interface in island populations

Supervisors: Adam KucharskiRachel Lowe & John Edmunds

Find out more about Eleanor’s experience on our MRC DTP programme.

Rebecca Roscoe (LSHTM)

Project: Targeting nutrient uptake and salvage pathways in Trypanosoma cruzi

Supervisors: Martin Taylor & John Kelly

Find out more about Rebecca’s experience on our MRC DTP programme.

Alicia Showering (LSHTM)

Project: The role of the Skin Microbiome in Human Attractiveness to Malaria Mosquitoes

Supervisors: James Logan & Rachel Allen

Find out more about Alicia’s experience on our MRC DTP programme.