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21 November 2014

Study concludes that Ivermectin can safely be given in combination with AL to reduce likelihood of malaria transmission

26 October 2014

The latest Malaria Centre Report is now available to download on the web site

Image: Setting up the Sensefly eBee before a flight. Photograph courtesy of Kimb
23 October 2014

Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, can collect detailed information in real time at relatively low cost for ecological research

27 May 2014

Artemisinin based malaria drugs are viewed as safe, but animal safety studies raised concerns over their potential to cause damage to parts of the brain involved in hearing and balance

14 May 2014

Motivating volunteers and strengthening support to health systems are critical if community interventions are to become the solution to improving access to primary health care, according to a new study

26 April 2014

Study uses whole-genome analysis of malaria parasites to identify targets of immunity and parasite molecules likely to respond to differences in local epidemiology and drug use.

25 April 2014

Interactive training programmes for health workers could reduce overdiagnosis of malaria by half and help prevent valuable drugs from being wasted on patients who don’t have the disease

24 April 2014

Malaria Centre members contribute to article presenting evidence on the composition, characteristics and operation of antimalarial distribution chains in Benin, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Uganda and Zambia.

22 April 2014

First randomised trial to report significant added protection from combining IRS and ITNs compared to ITNs alone in Tanzania

12 April 2014

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.