Ms Susie Crossman

Programme Coordinator

Susie provides high level financial and administrative support as part of the Project Management Team and to consortium partners, within the international research consortium of COUNTDOWN. This entails providing support to effectively distribute and reconcile £7m in project funds, supporting project management activities, liaising with partners and ensuring high standards of communications as well as making logistical arrangements, organising meetings and providing support to monitoring and evaluating research activities.

Background

Susie has a BA (Hons.) in Human Geography from the University of Sheffield and is a PRINCE 2 Registered Practitioner. 

Current Projects

  • 2014 to 2019

    COUNTDOWN

    Programme of Implementation Research to Inform the Effective and Sustainable Scaling-Up of Integrated Neglected Tropical Disease Control Initiatives Department for International Development - £7,012,587

    Donors: DFID
  • 2014 to 2016

    AWOL Discovery Supplemental Award

    AWOL Discovery Supplemental Award Gates Foundation - $1,298,932

    Donors: BMGF
  • 2014 to 2016

    Anti-Wolbachia Lead Optimisation

    Global Health Innovative Technology Fund (GHIT) £647,707

    Donors: GHIT
  • 2013 to 2015

    AWOL II: Optimizing and Implementing AWOL

    AWOL II: Optimizing and Implementing A·WOL Macrofilaricidal Drugs and Regimes Gates Foundation - $4,133,959

    Donors: BMGF
  • 2012 to 2015

    AWOL II: Macrofilaricidal Drug Discovery

    AWOL II: AWOL Macrofilaricidal Drug Discovery Gates Foundation - $4,999,277

    Donors: BMGF
  • 2013

    AWOL I: Anti-symbiotic treatment of Filariasis

    AWOL I: Anti-symbiotic treatment of Filariasis Gates Foundation - $1,537,867

    Donors: BMGF
  • 2007 to 2012

    AWOL: Anti-symbiotic treatment of Filariasis

    AWOL: Anti-symbiotic treatment of Filariasis Gates Foundation - $23,000,000

    Donors: BMGF