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Benjamin G Koudou

Vector Group, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine,
United Kingdom


Dr Benjamin Koudou has over 12 years experience as a researcher malaria and lymphatic filariasis specialist and, a laboratory scientist, researcher and parasitologist working in the fields of neglected tropical disease control, malaria, and vector management in Africa, particularly focusing on insecticide, indoor spraying and bed net efficacy.

Environmental impact experience includes over 8 years experience on the evaluation of the environmental impact study tools and skills on environmental, Development and Health. He carried out successfully a large project based on “the impact of intensive agricultural practices on Plasmodium transmission and prevalence, clinical cases and on farmers’ yields and revenues in Cote d’Ivoire, commencing in 2002.

AvecNet is large worldwide EU FP7 funded project commencing in February 2011. Benjamin Koudou was the PI for the implementation activities in Cote d’Ivoire until October 2012. These activities include testing of new insecticides or formulations in experimental huts and communities, supervising a randomized controlled-trial for testing the efficacy of new insecticides treated material against resistant malaria vectors and in-depth anthropological surveys to understand the relationship between net usage and biting of resistant malaria vectors. Currently, Benjamin is co supervisor of 2 PhD students registered at LSTM and 4 MSc students registered in African Universities.

Research Interest

Benjamin has an extensive research portfolio which includes malaria and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) such as lymphatic filariasis and soil-transmitted helminths

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