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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Malaria Centre


03 August 2015

Antibody biomarkers in the blood of Ugandan children shown to accurately determine exposure to Plasmodium falciparum

01 August 2015

Introducing rapid diagnostic tests in Ugandan drug shops improves treatment of malaria patients

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

27 January 2015

Every drug goes to treat its own disease…” - a qualitative study of perceptions and experiences of taking anti-retrovirals concomitantly with anti-malarials among those affected by HIV and malaria in Tanzania

23 January 2015

School ranked second place in research impact with 3 Clinical Medicine case studies on malaria

08 January 2015

Teun Bousema receives grant to study Plasmodium falciparum gametocyte commitment, maturation and infectivity

06 January 2015

Study shows that airborne pyrethroids minimize human–vector contact through reduced and delayed blood feeding

06 January 2015

Study will provide data to inform best practice for the maintenance of high and cost-effective coverage of nets

29 November 2014

Article provides first genetic evidence that alveolins are necessary for asexual blood-stage parasite development in Plasmodium

28 November 2014

MCDC hold annual meeting and present to UK MPs at the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases