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Last week at MalariaWorld: Vacancy at Pennsylvania State University

December 9, 2016 - 14:20 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

2 Post docs positions on mosquito vectors
Are you looking for an interesting Post Doc on mosquito vectors in the USA? There are two vacancies at the Penn State University. Read all about these interesting vacanies here.

Blog by Bill Jobin
Bill share with us some publications on African malaria by the Eltahir research group at MIT. The Eltahir Research group focuses on the impact of regional land use/land cover change as well as global climate change on society through changes in the patterns of water availability, extreme weather, and spread of vector-borne diseases. Read the blog "Eltahir research group at MIT on African malaria" here.
 

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