Dr. Killeen has been based at the Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) in Tanzania for the last 13 years, during which time he established the Environmental Health and Ecological Sciences Thematic Group. He has supported several national malaria control programmes and established the locally-managed Dar es Salaam City Council Urban Malaria Control Programme, which is now being used as a model system for Government scale up of active malaria vector population abatement to all major urban centers in Tanzania. He has served as an adviser, consultant or editorial board member to the Malaria Journal, Parasites & Vectors, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Multilateral Vaccine Initiative, Malaria Elimination Initiative and World Health Organization. He works on a variety of basic and applied aspects of malaria transmission control, especially vector control, with a strong emphasis upon quantitative ecology and mathematical modelling, as well as capacity strengthening at individual, systems and institutional levels. Dr Killeen has served as institutional lead investigator, management committee representative and work package leader for IHI participation in the Avecnet Consortium. Dr Killeen also leads projects to develop new Transfluthrin Emanators for protecting against outdoor mosquito bites and Insecticide-Treated Eave Baffles for killing house-entering mosquitoes.