Staff Profile: Janet Hemingway
Professor Janet Hemingway, CBE, BSc, PhD, DSc, FRS, FMedSci,
FRCP, FRES (Hon), FAAM, Foreign associated National Academy of Sciences USA
Director of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Professor of Insect Molecular Biology
Joint Centre for Infectious Diseases Research, Jezan, Saudi Arabia
Professor Hemingway initially trained as a geneticist and is currently Professor of Insect Molecular Biology and Director of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, with 360 staff based in Liverpool, Malawi and several other tropical locations. She has 30 years experience working on the biochemistry and molecular biology of specific enzyme systems associated with xenobiotic resistance. She is PI on current projects well in excess of £55 million including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded Innovative Vector Control Consortium.
Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for services to the Control of Tropical Disease Vectors 2012, Inaugurated as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2006. Inaugurated as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2008. Conferred as Honorary Doctor of Science by Sheffield University in 2009. Elected as a Foreign Associate to the National Academy of Scientists, USA 2010. Elected as a Fellow to the American Academy of Microbiology 2011. Inaugurated as a Fellow of The Royal Society 2011.
Thomsen, Edward, Strode, Clare, Hemmings, Kay, Hughes, Angela, Chanda, Emmanuel, Musapa, Mulenga, Kamuliwo, Mulakwa, Phiri, Faustina N., Muzia, Lucy, Chanda, Javan, Kandyata, Alister, Chirwa, Brian, Poer, Kathleen, Hemingway, Janet, Wondji, Charles, Ranson, Hilary and Coleman, Michael (2014) 'Underpinning Sustainable Vector Control through Informed Insecticide Resistance Management'. PLoS ONE, Vol 9, Issue 6, e99822.
Russell, Tanya L, Morgan, John, Ismail, Hanafy, Kaur, Harparkash, Eggelte, Teunis, Oladepo, Folasade, Amon, James, Hemingway, Janet, Iata, Harry and Paine, Mark (2014) 'Evaluating the feasibility of using insecticide quantification kits (IQK) for estimating cyanopyrethroid levels for indoor residual spraying in Vanuatu'. Malaria Journal, Vol 13, Issue 1, e178.
Hemingway, Janet (2014) 'The role of vector control in stopping the transmission of malaria: threats and opportunities'. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, Vol 369, Issue 1645, :20130431.
Strode, Clare, Donegan, Sarah, Garner, Paul, Enayati, Ahmad Ali and Hemingway, Janet (2014) 'The Impact of Pyrethroid Resistance on the Efficacy of Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets against African Anopheline Mosquitoes: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis'. PLoS Medicine, Vol 11, Issue 3, :e1001619.
Riveron Miranda, Jacob, Yunta Yanes, Cristina, Ibrahim, Sulaiman S, Djouaka, Rousseau, Irving, Helen, Menze, Benjamin D, Ismail, Hanafy M, Hemingway, Janet, Ranson, Hilary, Albert, Armando and Wondji, Charles (2014) 'A single mutation in the GSTe2 gene allows tracking of metabolically-based insecticide resistance in a major malaria vector'. Genome Biology, Vol 15, Issue 2, R27.