Head of Division (2012-2015) and Individual Merit Researcher of parasitic worms, the evolution of parasitism and metazoans.
Individual Merit Researcher in parasitology and Director of WHO Collaborating Centre. Research interests include schistosomes and their snail vectors.
Merit Researcher and world authority on the taxonomy and systematics of mosquitoes. Focusing on the integrated systematics of insect disease vectors, especially Culicidae.
Biomedical research entomologist specialising in flesh-eating flies, myiasis, forensic entomology and tsetse and tabanid flies.
Evolutionary developmental biologist researching the genomics of tapeworms and platyhelminth systematics.
Schistosome researcher and Culture Facility Laboratory Manager, responsible for molecular collections development.
Research Assistant specialising in veterinary and forensic entomology.
Post-doctoral Research Entomologist studying viruses, especially arboviruses, and their arthropod hosts.
Post-doctoral Researcher studying the genetic diversity and epidemiology of human schistosomes and their snail intermediate hosts.
Post-doctoral Research Assistant studying the molecular systematics of tapeworms and bryozoan evolution.
Project Data Coordinator for the Schistosomiasis Collection at the Museum (SCAN). Responsible for curation and management of data for SCAN and its user community.
Scientific associates of the Parasites and Vectors research group at the Natural History Museum.