Mrs Shannon McIntyre
BSc BA MSc Epidemiology MSc Medical Parasitology
I am currently working as a Research Assistant on the Bill and Melinda Gates funded project 'Breaking transmission of visceral leishmaniasis in India: progressing beyond elimination as a public health problem', and completing my PhD on xenomonitoring of visceral leishmaniasis. I have previously been involved in research projects in Brazil, the Netherlands, Belgium and Cambodia.
Prior to joining LSHTM as a staff member, I completed a Bachelor of Science (Biology) and Bachelor of Arts (Medical Anthropology) at the Australian National University, an MSc Epidemiology at Maastricht University, and an MSc Medical Parasitology at LSHTM.
MSc Medical Entomology for Disease Control and MSc Medical Parasitology tutor
Module 3195 Epidemiology & Control of Malaria
McIntyre S et al. 2017. 'Species-specific ecological niche modelling predicts different range contractions for Lutzomyia intermedia and a related vector of Leishmania braziliensis following climate change in South America'. Parasites and Vectors, 10: 157.