Ugandan trial improved malaria case management, patient satisfaction and communication between health workers and patients, but not the health of children
Model demonstrates circumstances in which livestock-based interventions could contribute to the integrated control of malaria and livestock diseases.
Sequence variations observed at drug-resistance loci may be useful in formulating local malaria treatment guidelines
Improving malaria diagnosis decreased the waste of malaria drugs in patients who didn’t need them
Discovery of a malaria parasite gene that is essential for their sexual reproduction and transmission to mosquitoes
Article suggests that AMFm communication and training interventions contribute to increased awareness among private for-profit providers
Article suggests ITS has no benefits to children's health and education in low to moderate malaria transmission settings
Book chapter published on Measuring Changes in Plasmodium falciparum Transmission
Article explores factors that affect provider's preferences for malaria treatments in Cameroon and Nigeria
What are the challenges of scaling up rapid diagnostic tests in Sub-Saharan Africa?