Job title PhD Student Department Veterinary Parasitology Affiliation University of Liverpool Journal articles P-glycoproteins play a role in ivermectin resistance in cyathostomins, International Journal for Parasitology: Drugs and Drug Resistance (October 2017). Papaya latex supernatant has a potent effect on the free-living stages of equid cyathostomins in vitro, Veterinary Parasitology (July 2016). An evidence-based approach to the evaluation of ethnoveterinary medicines against strongyle nematodes of equids, Veterinary Parasitology (March 2015). A potential novel anthelmintic? The cysteine proteases show potent anthelmintic activity against cyathostomins in vitro, Equine Veterinary Journal (September 2014). Participatory study of medicinal plants used in the control of gastrointestinal parasites in donkeys in Eastern Shewa and Arsi zones of Oromia region, Ethiopia, BMC Veterinary Research (August 2013). Papers In vitro and gene expression studies evaluating the role of p-glycoproteins in resistance to macrocyclic lactones in cyathostomins (August 2015). Presented at 25th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology. The evaluation of ethnoveterinary medicines for treating gastrointestinal nematodes in working equids (July 2014). Presented at 7th International Colloquium on Working Equids. The p-glycoprotein inhibitor ketoconazole causes a reversion to ivermectin sensitivity in cyathostomins in vitro (February 2014). Presented at British Society for Parasitology Spring Meeting. The p-glycoprotein inhibitor ketoconazole causes a reversion to sensitivity in ivermectin resistant cyathostomins in vitro (February 2014). Presented at Anthelmintics: From Discovery to Resistance. The evaluation of African and UK bioactive plant extracts for the control of equid gastrointestinal nematodes (October 2012). Presented at International Conference on Equine Infectious Diseases IX.