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Grand Challenges Canada round 2. I need the community's support!

October 21, 2011 - 13:11 -- Dave Richard
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New Malaria Atlases Highlight Prospects For Elimination

October 17, 2011 - 07:23 -- The Global Heal...
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While the use of geospatial data to inform national malaria programs is gaining popularity, this country-level data is not well known in the global malaria community. Country-level and regional maps that focus on progress and prospects towards malaria elimination are now available through two new publications from the Global Health Group at the University of California, San Francisco and the Malaria Atlas Project at the University of Oxford.

CLOSED: Job: Post-Doctoral Research Assistant, Vector Group, LSTM

October 13, 2011 - 19:57 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

Organisation:
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Location: Liverpool, UK
Salary: £30,870 - £35,789 (DOE)
Deadline for applications: 27th October 2011 (noon BST)
Interviews: 14th November 2011
 
Full-Time, Fixed-Term 15 month appointment
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CLOSED: Job: Post-Doctoral Position to study the effect of low power microwaves on Plasmodium falciparum

October 13, 2011 - 19:06 -- Ingeborg van Schayk
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A post-doctoral position is available in the Dept. of Medicine, Penn State Univ. College of Medicine (USA) to work on a new research effort sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Open Access needs Open Education and Vice-Versa

October 13, 2011 - 13:38 -- Tom Olijhoek

 While one in six humans lives in abject poverty, half the world’s people live  in a state of knowledge deprivation, meaning that they cannot obtain  the basic knowledge or technologies necessary for a decent life, to raise their children, eat well, enjoy good health and improve their circumstances. They also lack the empowerment that goes with solving their own problems. (From: Open Science, CSIRO Publishing  2010)

Persistence Pays: piggyBac Remobilization in Anopheles

October 13, 2011 - 11:52 -- Mark Benedict
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Dave O’brochta of the University of Maryland has long insisted that merely developing the capacity to perform germline transformation of mosquitoes is not enough to claim a full-blown forward-genetic manipulation system. However, once transposable elements and vectors were available for Aedes and Anopheles, the enthusiasm for developing fundamentally new information about germline transformation waned – at least for many who would use it. Not for all though.

 

WHO: Zero malaria deaths by 2015 was 'wildly ambitious goal'

October 7, 2011 - 17:29 -- Bart G.J. Knols

Today Roll Back Malaria published a 'Leadership Interview' with Dr. Newman, Director of WHO's Global Malaria Programme and Mr. Brandling-Bennett, Deputy Director of the malaria programme at the Gates Foundation. For the full interview, see here. This interview marks an important development: WHO declares that the Millennium Development Goal's target of zero deaths by the year 2015 'was a wildly ambitious goal'. Are we seeing the first cracks in the promises made at the beginning of this millennium?

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