Graham Small

Graham has more than 30 years’ experience in entomological research including laboratory and field studies on mosquito vectors of disease. He has expertise in pesticide resistance research, pest control product efficacy testing, and the development and implementation of quality management systems compliant with the OECD principles of Good Laboratory Practice. Following his PhD at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (supervised by Professor Janet Hemingway) and postdoctoral research at Cardiff University, Graham took the sideways step into industry becoming Technical Director at a CRO conducting product testing for the pest control industry. He then established his own successful consultancy before joining IVCC in 2016. At IVCC, Graham is responsible for supporting the GLP certification of collaborating African trials facilities, trials capacity resource planning, quality management and facility relationship management. He is also technical lead and support on new and repurposed active ingredient projects, insecticide analysis, formulation and biochemistry projects. Graham is a Member of the UK Research Quality Association and Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society. He was previously a consultant to WHO on GLP certification and was for 10 years a member of IVCC’s External Scientific Advisory Committee (ESAC).


New manual published by the WHO on monitoring and managing insecticide resistance

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Recommended updates to the WHO susceptibility bioassay method based on interpretation and application of the method over time

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Raising the Floor on Nets – May 2022 Convening

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