Head of Monitoring and Evaluation Operational Research Centre for Neglected Tropical Diseases, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Louise is an infectious disease epidemiologist specialising in the control and elimination of malaria and neglected tropical diseases in Africa and Asia. She has worked on a wide range of projects in 15+ endemic countries with multiple international stakeholders, and uses innovative mapping, remote sensing and mHealth tools to analyse spatial-temporal distributions of disease, collect environmental and human population data and identify high-risk areas for targeted interventions. She works with endemic country scientists, supervises many PhD and MSc students and is an advocate for women in STEMM. She is married with four sons and loves hiking in the wild outdoors.