Lisa Chestnutt

Research Assistant


Lisa is one of MAP’s Research Assistants. In 2014, she completed a degree in International Relations and Politics at The University of the West of England, Bristol. This included a placement with the NGO Dig Deep.

In 2017, Lisa completed an MSc in Environmental Change and International Development at the University of Sheffield. During her MSc she completed fieldwork investigating water quality in the Galapagos Islands and worked as a Research Intern for Sheffield Institute for International Development. The research for her MSc thesis was undertaken at the UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre where she used spatial analysis to investigate the contribution of Protected Areas to Disaster Risk Reduction.

Lisa joined MAP in May 2018.

Selected Biography

URLDOIDalrymple U., Cameron E., Arambepola R., Battle KE., Chestnutt EG, Keddie SH., Twohig, KA., Pfeffer DA., Gibson HS., Weiss DJ., Bhatt S., Gething PW.,

The contribution of non-malarial febrile illness co-infections to Plasmodium falciparum case counts in health facilities in sub-Saharan Africa

Malaria Journal. June 2019 18(195):