In 2015-16, Leslie completed his MSc in Medical Entomology for Disease Control at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine following a BSc (Hons) in Biology at the University of Nottingham. For his MSc thesis, he worked at the PAMVERC site in Moshi, Tanzania, optimising a novel assay for simulating indoor residual spray (IRS) in a laboratory environment. He then re-joined the group leading on an IRS experimental hut trial.
Leslie is currently working with Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group producing novel and updating existing systematic reviews that assess the impacts of vector-control interventions on malaria transmission.
Leslie is currently teaching on the following courses:
TROP973 Systematic Reviews for Policy and Practice: 16-17
DTMH 1617-2 - DTMH Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene - 16-17