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CLOSED: Research Assistant/Research Fellow in Medical Entomology- (Based in Benin)

January 6, 2017 - 08:00 -- MalariaWorld Jobs

Organisation: The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Faculty of Infectious & Tropical Diseases
Salary: £33,006 to £43,028 per annum inclusive
Closing Date: Tuesday 17 January 2017
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: ITD-DCD-21

Vacancy: Call for expressions of interest in a position or consultancy developing vector control evidence and research capacity in Haiti

November 11, 2016 - 10:44 -- MalariaWorld Jobs

The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health and Population (MPHP) of the Republic of Haiti, The Ifakara Health Institute, University of Glasgow and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is undertaking a project entitled “Affordable, scalable, low-technology transfluthrin emanators for protecting against Zika transmission in low-income countrie

CLOSED: Job: Staff Scientist - Experimental Genetics of Malaria

August 7, 2016 - 10:25 -- MalariaWorld Jobs
Position: Staff Scientist
Organization: The Sanger Institute
Closing Date: 15 August 2016
Salary Range: £31033 to £39142 depending on experience
The Sanger Institute Malaria Programme generates and analyses large-scale datasets in order to understand Plasmodium biology, and identify and prioritise new drug and vaccine targets. As part of this programme, the Billker and Rayner teams have founded the Plasmodium Genetic Modification Project (PlasmoGEM) to develop new scalable technologies for Plasmodium experimental genetics, and apply them to carry out genome-scale genetic screens. Using recombineering to build gene targeting vectors, and next generation sequencing to phenotype multiple knockout lines in parallel, the PlasmoGEM team has generated quantitative growth rate data for >3,000 genes in the rodent P. berghei model. Aspects of this approach are now being transferred to the major human pathogen P. falciparum.


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