The University of Durham



Durham University




Durham University is the third oldest university in England, after Oxford and Cambridge, and a leading European centre of learning for 1,000 years. It has 3 faculties: Arts and Humanities, Science, and Social Science and Health, with 25 Academic departments or schools. It has 11,553 undergraduates and 3,854 staff, including 1,449 academic staff. Its annual turnover is £255m (2010/11). It is ranked 83rd in the THE world rankings (2011/12) and 95th in QS world ranking (2011), 17th in Europe in the 2011 Finanical Times Global MBA rankings and is a top 3 UK university - The Sunday Times University Guide 2012.


Principal Investigator: Professor Steve Lindsay


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Steve Lindsay has over 30 years experience of working on vector-borne diseases. He has developed and tested a range of tools for malaria control. 







 Dr Margaret Pinder 



Margaret Pinder has over 40 years experience of malaria and has for the past 6 years been working as an epidemiologist in the field, running large-scale trials of malaria interventions in The Gambia.