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Last week at MalariaWorld: Job opportunity at the ISGlobal BOHEMIA malaria project

April 4, 2019 - 20:41 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

 

Job opportunity

Senior Biostatistician Malaria Project
ISGloblal has a vacancy for an experienced Biostatistician to join the BOHEMIA project in Barcelona, Spain. Deadline for applications: May, 3rd 2019. Read more


This weeks Malaria Minute Podcast

Australian Veteran Calls for Royal Commission into Tafenoquine
Combining data on parasite genetics and human movement provides greater insight into how malaria spreads, Nigeria loses N132 billion to malaria each year and Stuart McCarthy, an Australian veteran, calls for a Royal Commission into Tafenoquine. Listen to "Australian Veteran Calls for Royal Commission into Tafenoquine"


Global Malaria News

CDC: Artesunate Now First-Line Treatment for Severe Malaria in the United States
CDC, 28 March 2019
CDC is issuing new guidance to clinicians for the treatment of severe malaria cases in the United States (U.S.). This change in treatment protocol is necessary because the only FDA-approved intravenous (IV) antimalarial drug in the U.S., quinidine, has been discontinued by the manufacturer and will no longer be available. Read this article

New model predicts substantial reduction of malaria transmitting mosquitoes
Phys.org, 28 March 2019
In new research published today in BMC Biology a team of scientists model the potential of modifying mosquitoes with a gene-drive technology called "driving-Y chromosome". Dr. Abdoulaye Diabate from the Institut de Recherche en Science de la Santé (IRSS), Burkina Faso, said: 'There is evidence that this approach, with the right national and international approvals, could be rolled out within the next 10 years.' Read this article

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