Anniversary Feature #4 | 20 Years of Malaria EconomicsTuesday 31 July 2018
Economists have been centrally involved in the Malaria Centre from the outset, contributing evidence to support a series of key policy recommendations over the past two decades.
New perspectives on the likely mechanisms of severe malariaThursday 28 June 2018
Gene expression patterns in humans and malaria parasites give new perspectives on the likely pathogenic mechanisms of severe malaria.
Ernest Diez Benavente at MIM 2018 | LLINs, MDA and zoonotic malariaTuesday 26 June 2018
MIM 2018 travel award winner: Ernest Diez Benavente
Kristin Banek at MIM 2018 | A chance to meet old collaborators, and newTuesday 26 June 2018
This was the fifth Pan-African MIM conference I have attended. It is exciting to see how the conference has grown over the years with more women and African scientist participating and a growing n
Khalid Beshir at MIM 2018 | Malaria control and elimination effortsTuesday 26 June 2018
The Malaria Centre provided me with travel award to attend the seventh Multilateral Initiative on Malaria Pan African Conference in Senegal.
Video | Can active case detection help to eliminate multidrug resistant malaria in Cambodia?Wednesday 6 June 2018
Retreat, MIM, Malaria Summit and World Malaria Day 2018Monday 21 May 2018
Malaria Centre retreat
Anniversary feature #3 | 20 Years of Research on Antimalarial Drug ResistanceMonday 14 May 2018
Since the LSHTM Malaria Centre launched in 1998, those antimalarial drugs which were the mainstay of malaria treatment at that time have been largely abandoned because of resistance.