Jack Gillespie

Jack Gillespie joined LSTM’s Vector Biology Department as a Research Technician in 2021. Jack’s projects with Innovation to Impact (I2I) are focussed on validating current methods and testing potential vector controls. Jack was awarded an MSci Evolutionary Biology at the University of Exeter in 2019. Jack’s master’s thesis was on testing antibiotic dosing regimens, using a pulsed dosage strategy to exploit fitness costs to prevent antibiotic resistance. He has previously worked in the NHS as a Medical Lab Assistant.


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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December 2021 Convening – Raising the Floor on Nets

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