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.
Open the most recent edition of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, and you’ll find a Special Supplement. A series of papers to highlight the global impact of the ICEMRs, the International Centers of Excellence for Malaria Research. Funded by the NIH, the research network spans the globe – in 17 malaria-endemic countries across South East Asia, Africa and South America. The ICEMRs provide knowledge, tools, and evidence-based strategies in a variety of settings. Importantly, each ICEMR develops a close relationship with their field sites, allowing investigators to study malaria in depth and over an extended period of time. The scientific knowledge generated from this close relationship is key to informing policy, and next time, in Malaria Minute Extended, we take a closer look at how ICEMRs work on the ground in Southern Central Africa with Principal Investigator, William Moss.
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The Johns Hopkins Malaria Minute podcast is produced by the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute to highlight impactful malaria research and to share it with the global community.