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MIM2018: Book your flight to Dakar with discount

February 14, 2018 - 15:45 -- MIM 2018

Official carriers
Because we look forward to seeing you in Senegal, we are pleased to inform you that we have two official carriers to transport you from where you will come from.

Click on the Brussels Airlines and Kenya Airways logo below to read how to order your ticket with discount.

MIM2018: Late breaker submission for abstracts from 22th January to 11th February

January 19, 2018 - 11:59 -- MIM 2018

The main objective of the 7th Multilateral Conference on Malaria is the exchange of best and new scientific advances in all fields of malaria. The MIM Scientific Committee understands that some exciting research could not be submitted at closing date for abstracts submission. Late breaker abstracts are brief presentations of new high-impact data or studies to enrich the conference program.

MIM2018: Submission deadlines extended

December 1, 2017 - 11:05 -- MIM 2018

PRESS RELEASE
Submission deadline for abstracts, symposia, pre-conference workshops and exhibition extended to December 20, 2017.

Dakar, Senegal – November 16, 2017. The deadline for the submission of abstracts, symposia, pre-conference workshops and exhibition for the 7th MIM Pan-African Malaria Conference has been extended to December 20, 2017.

MALARIA BUSINESS film

December 1, 2017 - 00:00 -- Irene Teis

May I share this document from the Belgian Journal NEOSANTE describing the impact of the movie displayed on French and Belgian channels.

"J'accuse"

 

Vehement critics of the wrongdoings of Bill Gates and Bigpharma who do the outmost they can not to eradicale malaria and keep this cash cow alive.

 

mercredi 29 novembre 2017

UNE VERITE ECLATE CE SOIR

MIM 2018: Submission deadline extended for abstract, symposia, workshops, pre-conference and exhibition until 31st October, 2017

September 29, 2017 - 08:30 -- MIM 2018

On behalf of the 7th MIM local organizing committee, the MIM Secretariat and the Conference Scientific committee, we are pleased to announce that the abstract, symposium and exhibition submission deadline has been extended to October 31st, 2017 in response to numerous requests and due to the increased interest in the upcoming 7th MIM conference.

MIM 2018 - One of our keynote speaker: Prof. Peter Agre

September 29, 2017 - 08:20 -- MIM 2018

A word from one of our keynote speakers at the MIM2018 , Prof. Peter Agre : 2003 Nobel prize recipient in Chemistry. “My sense tells me that this would be an opportunity to meet many young scientists, that I’ve never met previously, and who are doing important work, particularly work relevant to the problems in Africa.”

MIM 2018 - One of our keynote speaker: Dr Thomas Kariuki

September 22, 2017 - 05:49 -- MIM 2018

A word from one of our keynote speakers at the MIM2018, Dr. Thomas Kariuki : Director of Alliance for accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa (AESA) & African Academy of Sciences (AAS). “Congratulations to the University Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD) for being chosen to host the MIM conference, that’s excellent news for Senegal, and I’m looking forward to participating in the meeting.”

MIM2018: Word from the Local Organizing Committee Chair Prof Oumar Gaye

September 8, 2017 - 09:34 -- MIM 2018


Twenty years after the first MIM Conference which drew attention to major questions for malaria research, and identify ways to strengthen and sustain the research capacity of malaria endemic countries in Africa, several countries in Africa are now engaging towards malaria elimination. Focus in Senegal, the first country report in the Roll Back Malaria Progress & Impact series describes how Senegal achieves a spectacular drop in its malaria burden.

MIM2018: Submit your abstract for the 7th MIM Pan-African Malaria Conference

September 1, 2017 - 07:55 -- MIM 2018

All abstracts must be submitted by September 30, 2017.
The Secretariat offers technical assistance for abstract submissions from now until the submission date. Contact the MIM Secretariat at info@mim2018.com or (+221) 33 825 19 99

Submit your abstract by clicking here.

How malariaworld.org saves lives!

July 28, 2017 - 20:14 -- Irene Teis

Thank you MP for your blog http://mosquitopundit.net/mosquitopundit-blog/act-and-malaria-recrudesce....

You give me a lot of credit when you state: malaria researcher Irene Teis doesn’t know that her 2 April 2016 post “Was the Nobel prize for artemisinin a fatal error” at www.malariaworld.org helped save at least nine lives.

Malaria Elimination: Significance of Plasmodium vivax in Bone Marrow/Spleen

June 30, 2017 - 13:18 -- Miles Markus

The occurrence of Plasmodium vivax in bone marrow/spleen has been reported by various authors (including Baro, del Portillo, Lacerda, Marti, Obaldia, Siqueira and Wirth). It is not apparent from the title, but some of the implications hereof are discussed in the 2017 article on “Malaria Eradication and the Hidden Parasite Reservoir” (click here).

Plasmodium vivax Recurrences

June 9, 2017 - 00:16 -- Miles Markus

A new blood-stage parasite question has arisen. Are erythrocytic forms in bone marrow/spleen part of the hidden Plasmodium vivax reservoir? Do they cause or contribute to renewed or increased peripheral parasitaemia? (Link to the article on the subject [click here]).

Superbug: an emerging and quickly spreading threat to the race against malaria

February 17, 2017 - 09:46 -- Salomé Beaujouan

While the malaria death count in Cambodia dropped to just one case in 2016, a new threat to the race against the disease arises in south-eastern Asia: superbugs. A superbug is a drug-resistant, human-killing parasite that modern medicine struggles to combat.

Gene deletion P.falciparum mutants pose challenge to widely used diagnostic tests and eradication efforts

December 6, 2016 - 21:36 -- David Tordrup

In a current paper in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, recently reviewed at Global Health Technology Review, Dr. Jonathan Parr (University of North Carolina) examines cases of RDT-negative P.falciparum cases as part of the Demographic Health Survey of Democratic Republic of the Congo.

History and Hypnozoites

December 5, 2016 - 23:00 -- Miles Markus

What has happened to various hypnozoite-associated (in one way or another) personalities from the late 1970s and the 1980s, when the malarial hypnozoite was "accidentally" discovered, is not widely known. People occasionally enquire about these individuals. Some, such as M.R. Hollingdale, R.E. Sinden, G.A.T. Targett and M.B.

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