A multi-national team have launched a trial to investigate the cardio-safety trial of dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine amongst pregnant women and pharmacokinetics of piperaquine.
Malaria Centre member has paper featured in the New York Times.
The LINK Programme is seeking in-country partners working to strengthen use of data for malaria decision-making
LINK website launch October 2016
The ACT Consortium presents results from 25 studies conducted in 10 countries since 2007 at this year's ASTMH meeting
MCDC is hosting a symposium at the up-coming American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) meeting
Multimedia feature series explores whether a vaccine is enough in the fight against malaria
Study indicates that transmission of Plasmodium knowlesi is unlikely to be prevented by bednets
Study confirms presence of substantial number of asymptomatic mono-infections of Plasmodium knowlesi in Sabah, Malaysia
Genome sequence analyses reveal P. knowlesi consists of three highly divergent subpopulations in southeast Asia
Evidence of new treatment for prevention of malaria in pregnancy: a fork in the road?