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07 July 2015

New understanding of how an important protein in the malaria parasite works could lead to the development of more effective antimalarial drugs, according to a study published in Nature Communications

Image: Ronald Ross' slide box. Photograph courtesy of LSHTM Archives
06 July 2015

Drug quality specialists discussed prevention and surveillance methods to tackle the risks posed by poor quality medicines

09 June 2015

Housing improvements could reduce malaria cases by half in some settings, according to research published in Malaria Journal

29 May 2015

Genetic discovery could have important implications for how the disease spreads in humans

28 May 2015

Substandard medicines more prevalent than fakes in world’s most malaria-burdened country

11 May 2015

Using state-of-the-art imputation methods to impute P. falciparum genotypes can help conduct large-scale population genetics and association analyses and support global surveillance

08 May 2015

A trial of a malaria vaccine that targets the most dangerous variety of parasite that causes the disease has shown some positive early results

08 May 2015

A new treatment to prevent the transmission of malaria parasites from humans to mosquitoes, thereby preventing further spread within the population, could be possible thanks to the stiffening powers of Viagra

27 April 2015

Launch of series of papers that aim to widen the horizons of malaria control

24 April 2015

Final trial results of the world's most advanced malaria vaccine show it is partially effective