The Malaria Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine houses the largest number of malaria researchers, students and support staff in Europe. We are unique in size and breadth and bring together the diverse research and teaching activities carried out at the School.
As well as developing tools, techniques and knowledge about malaria, a strong emphasis is placed on translating research outcomes into practice.We have a range of facilities that contribute to the diagnosis, treatment and research of malaria. We bring members together through regular seminars and events and provides support to research projects in malaria endemic countries.
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The LSHTM Malaria Centre, Malaria Consortium and WWARN host research symposium for World Malaria Day 2014 - Register now
Registration and Abstract submission details now available for conference on 'Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite'
Study shows that mixing pyrethroid and pyriproxyfen on a net shows potential for malaria control and management of pyrethroid resistant vectors by preventing further selection of pyrethroid resistant phenotypes.
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