The Malaria in Pregnancy (MiP) Consortium, led by the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, was established in 2007 with an initial grant of $30 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and is also supported by the European Union and EDCTP. The research programme will directly benefit the 50 million women globally who face exposure to malaria whilst pregnant every year.
Professor Feiko ter Kuile Chair in Tropical Epidemiology
Areas of interest: Malaria epidemiology
Mrs Tracy Seddon Programme Coordinator
Areas of interest:Malaria in Pregnancy, health and wellbeing of vulnerable groups including young adolescents.
Ms Carole Khairallah Research in Medecine Assistant
Areas of interest: Malaria epidemiology, malaria in pregnancy and reproductive health.
Kelly Byrne Tropical Clinical Trial Unit Manager
Areas of interest: Malaria, HIV treatment and prevention, Tropical medicine, TB, Lung health, Neglected tropical diseases.
Mrs Helen Wong Programme Coordinator
Dr Jenny Hill Research in Medecine Project Manager
Areas of interest: Implementation research and programmatic evaluations and reviews of malaria control interventions, with special focus on integration with maternal and child health programmes.