New malaria job opportunities
- The Sanger Institute has a new vacancy for a Bioinformatician / Senior Bioinformatician Malaria Genomics. Sanger is seeking a highly motivated Computational Biologist/Bioinformatician to work within a world leading malaria genomics team that uses cutting edge technology to study the comparative and functional genomics of malaria parasites. Deadline for applications is 17th December 2017. Read more about this job opportunity here.
- IVCC has a vacancy for a Project Manager Malaria Insecticide Development. It is a great opportunity to join a highly motivated team that cares about making a global impact. Closing Date for applications: 23rd November 2017! Read more about this job opportunity here.
- Reminder: Population Services International (PSI) has a vacancy for a SBCC Technical Advisor: Prevention of Mosquito-Borne Diseases through Vector Control. Read more about this job opportunity here.
New MWJ publication
OPEN ACCESS. Research: Prevalence of malaria and clinical profile of febrile HIV infected patients in three HIV clinics in Ivory Coast. Click here to read this article.
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For the 25 million children who live across the Sahel, where there is a seasonal surge in malaria incidence, the World Health Organization recommends seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) as an effective tool in the fight against malaria. Approximately 12 million children were protected through SMC programmes in 2016, with over 6.4 million children covered through the ACCESS-SMC project, funded by UNITAID and led by Malaria Consortium in partnership with Catholic Relief Services.
We are excited to start a survey for the Pan African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA), sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation. PAMCA is currently establishing a database of all institutions and individual scientists operating in the field of medical entomology, in particular mosquito borne diseases, across Africa.
BASF introduces first new class of public health insecticide for malaria prevention in more than 30 years.
Efficient in use and costs
Drones against malaria seeks your support for the crowdfunding campaign ‘Anti Malaria Drones’ to generate € 18.000 for a malaria control pilot project using a drone that sprays an environmentally sound biological control agent over rice fields in Western Kenya. Please give your support and share this request with your colleagues and friends: www.antimalariadrones.com
Featuring interviews with leaders in the global health community including MalariaWorld's Founder and editor Bart Knols and a rare documentary one-on-one with Bill Gates. Narrated by Oscar® nominated Jeremy Renner.