Brian Greenwood writes about the use of a placebo in vaccine trials in a Lancet article
Clinicians who use rapid diagnostic tests instead of relying on patients’ symptoms are less likely to overprescribe malaria treatment. The tests are also better at detecting fatal forms of malaria, according to research published today in the British Medical Journal
The Global Health Group at UCSF and the LSHTM Malaria Centre hosted a second meeting to update the primaquine roadmap developed in 2012
What are the challenges of scaling up rapid diagnostic tests in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Social scientists from the ACT Consortium release guidance notes to help international health researchers design, set up, run, analyse and monitor qualitative research in their studies.
Students from Senegal supported by the Malaria Capacity Development Consortium obtain PhDs
Members contribute to paper on Changes in Malaria Parasite Drug Resistance with Resulting Genomic Evidence of Selection
Malaria Centre Deputy Director Mark Rowland co-authors guidelines from WHO
WHO report outlines best practices, improvements in technologies, availability of new tools, and changes in WHO recommendations
Mosquito researcher nets winning photo