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Impactful malaria science, and the trailblazers leading the fight. A podcast from the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute.

Nov 18, 2022

In 2010, the NIH launched the ICEMRs, a global network of research centers focused on eliminating malaria. They track malaria over time - across the globe - to help inform government policy with the mission to move the needle toward a malaria-free world.

Malaria is a spectacularly complex disease, and this mission is...


Nov 4, 2022

A special supplement in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene marks the global impact of the International Centers of Excellence for Malaria Research.

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Open the most recent edition of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, and you’ll find a Special Supplement. A series of...


Oct 21, 2022

Bed nets and insecticides are often used to combat malaria. 

But how do we know that those tools work?

Trials can indicate the effectiveness of these tools in a specific time and place - but what about in the real world? 

With Jane Frances Namuganga, Project Coordinator, Infectious Diseases Research Collaboration...


Oct 7, 2022

The use of bed nets and spraying indoor insecticides are key vector control measures in the fight against malaria - but they won't last forever.

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The use of bed nets and spraying indoor insecticides are key vector control measures in the fight against malaria. Many malaria-endemic countries, like Uganda, have...


Sep 30, 2022

When you give a vaccine, you generate a team of antibodies. Some will be effective, others not so much.

Suppose you took the very best player and transformed your immune system into a team of all-stars?

Would you increase your chances of winning the game?

With Robert Seder, Principal Investigator at NIAID, NIH.