I am responsible for overall management of the GALVmed Tryps Programme. This includes: negotiation and management of contracts with funders and discovery/development partners; supervision and responsibility for programme staff, consultants, budgets and reporting; and exploring and identifying new opportunities for delivery of different African Animal Trypanosomosis products.
B.Sc in Botany, Zoology and Physiology University of Cape Town(1977)
BVSc, University of Pretoria (1982)
Rose is a vet who has spent more than 20 years working in industry, initially as head of Research and Development for Bayer for Southern and sub-saharan Africa and more recently as a consultant for a number of veterinary and public health companies in market development and research. I have a particular interest in parasitology, pharmacology and vector control.