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Prof Philip Craig
Prof Philip Craig
postal addressRoom G49 Peel Building, University of Salford, Salford, Greater Manchester, UK, M5 4WT.
email addressP.S.Craig@salford.ac.uk
telephone+44 (0)161 295 5488
Profile Summary
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Key Projects
2012
Jul
Echinococcosis - Naval Medical Research Unit, Lima, Peru
Naval Medical Research Unit, Lima, 1,765.00.
Principal Investigator: P Craig (50%). Co-Investigator: E Elkord (50%).
2012
Jul
Echinococcosis - Universidad Cayetano Heredia
University of Peru, 1,346.00.
Principal Investigator: P Craig (5%). Co-Investigator: E Elkord (95%).
2012
May
Warhurst/Carlson Laboratory Support Costs 2012-2015
Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust, 148,059.00.
Principal Investigator: P Craig (0%). Co-Investigator: G Warhurst (100%).
2011
Apr
Multi-species transmission of Echinococcus on the Tibetan plateau
Wellcome Trust, 462,630.00.
Principal Investigator: P Craig (100%).
2007
Jun
Follow up of human Echinococcosis cases in Hobukesar, Xinjiang, China - EXTENSION I
Xinjiang Medical University, 10,000.00.
Investigator: P Craig (100%).
2005
Sep
Ecosystem disturbance and multiscale transmission of a zoonotic wildlife pathogen
United States - National Institutes of Health/National Science Foundation , 203,870.00.
Investigators: M Rogan (10%), P Craig (60%).
2005
Jun
Ecosystem disturbance and multiscale transmission of zoonotic wildlife pathogen
United States - National Institutes of Health/National Science Foundation , 349,160.00.
Investigators: P Craig (60%), M Danson (40%).
2005
May
Follow up of human Echinococcosis in Hobukesar, Xinjiang, China
Xinjiang Medical University, 12,000.00.
Investigator: P Craig (100%).
2005
Feb
Parasitic Zoonosis (Echinococcososis) Transmission in China
United States - National Institutes of Health/National Science Foundation , 173,798.00.
Investigators: P Craig (75%), M Danson (25%).
2001
Sep
Risk Assessment and Prevention of Alveolar Echinococcisis (Network)
EC (Framework), 21,724.00.
Investigators: M Danson (50%), P Craig (50%).
2000
Oct
Parasitic zoonosis (echinococcosis) transmission in China
US Nat. Inst for Health, 465,532.00.
Investigators: P Craig (75%), M Danson (25%).
Key Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Book Sections
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2011
Sep
Conference Presentations
2011
Sep
2010
Nov
2010
Jun
2010
May
2009
Apr
2008
Oct
Consultancy Roles
2010
Jun
Honours and Awards
2011
Sep
2008
Nov
Industrial Collaboration and Exploitation
2008
Jun

£124,000 awarded from tendered contract to test farm dogs for a zoonotic parasite

Journal Editorship
2005
Jan

Member of Editorial Board

2004
Jan

Member of editorial board

2002
Jan

member of editorial board

Memberships of External Bodies
2013
Feb

Member of Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (EEID) funding panel

2011
Sep
2007
Oct
Other University Research Roles
2011
Jan