Corine Ngufor

Dr Corine Ngufor is Assistant Professor of medical entomology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and lead scientist at the CREC/PAMVERC Research unit in Benin. Her research focuses on the identification of new vector control tools for improved control of pyrethroid-resistant malaria vectors. Corine has several years of experience in the evaluation of vector control products. She has led several IVCC, Industry and WHO-funded research projects contributing to the development of novel LLIN and IRS products and is currently one of the lead investigators of a large-scale UNITAID/Global Fund/IVCC-funded community trial investigating the efficacy of two next-generation LLINs in Benin. As Manager of the CREC/PAMVERC unit, Corine led the Facility to Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) certification becoming the first in West Africa to achieve this status for vector control product evaluation. She has also contributed to the development of high level standard operating procedures and WHO guidelines for evaluating new vector control tools.


Experts publish a protocol for characterising mosquito strains used in bioefficacy testing for bed nets containing both a pyrethroid and a second active ingredient

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Machine learning can help in assessing the efficacy of using the insect growth regulator pyriproxyfen on insecticide-treated nets

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Experts publish updated protocols for assessing the durability of ITNs containing second active ingredients to fight insecticide resistance

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