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. The Centre is unique in its size and breadth and draws 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. Centre staff also play an instrumental role in the world-class teaching and training of malaria students and professionals across the world.
The Centre has a range of facilities that contribute to the diagnosis, treatment and research of malaria. The Centre brings members together through regular seminars and events and provides support to research projects in malaria endemic countries.
Download the latest Malaria Centre report here
The Gordon Research Seminar & The Gordon Research Conference August 4-9, 2013
6th Pan-African Malaria Conference October 6-11 in Durban, South Africa Moving Towards Malaria Elimination: Investing in Research and Control
6th Pan-African Malaria Conference
Despite being preventable and treatable, malaria continues to devastate populations across the globe. To maintain the progress towards elimination, sustained investment is needed at all levels of research.
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