Nick's role is to make sure that IVCC delivers on the mission of catalysing innovation in vector control, with a focus on bringing to the market new tools and products that can combat the rapidly growing problem of insecticide resistance. He has over 25 years of international experience working at the interface of science, innovation, new business and sustainability.
A native of the UK, prior to joining IVCC Nick lived and worked in North America for Fortune 500 companies involved in new product and business development in agriculture, public health and environmental science. He has a PhD in insect ecology and population dynamics, and a bachelor’s degree in applied zoology. Nick is an adjunct professor at North Carolina State University.