Professor Daniel Chandramohan

Principal Investigator

Current Appointment: Professor of Public Health at LSHTM

Professor Chandramohan is a clinical epidemiologist and graduated in medicine in 1975. He then worked as a primary care physician in India and Ethiopia followed by a period working in one of OXFAM's primary care projects in Zimbabwe that aimed to address the inequity in health care and health through comprehensive primary care and then became a district medical officer in Zimbabwe.

His research career started as a research fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) in 1992. In 1996, he joined the malaria knowledge programme of the LSHTM funded by the UK DFID and started to work on diagnosis, treatment and chemoprevention of malaria.

Research: His main research interest ranges from diagnosis, treatment and chemoprevention of malaria to drug resistance, micronutrients and surveillance.