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Last week at MalariaWorld: Thank you!

December 18, 2014 - 18:14 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

On behalf of the entire MalariaWorld team I want to thank you for sending us your kind words and congratulations because of the 5th anniversary of MalariaWorld. It is very inspiring and heart-warming to read how you value MalariaWorld.

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More news…
This week MESA has posted a selection of ASTMH webcasts. Read more about the Sessions from ASTMH 2014 here.  EMBL has just announced the upcoming conference: BioMalPar XI: Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite in Heidelberg, Germany. Read more about the EMBL BioMalPar conference here.
Rasha Azrag & Guy Reeves have contributed with yet another interesting column about dirty Anopheline habitats in Sudan. They wonder about the best control method of these polluted larval habitats in their story Anopheles arabiensis: from clean to dirty habitats?!. Rasha and Guy would appreciate your ideas and questions. Dee Walshe has shared some Open Access 
Cochranereviews which she thinks are of interest to you. Thank you Dee, that’s much appreciated. Last, there are new blogs from members that you may enjoy reading.

 

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MalariaWorld celebrates 5 years of online reporting on malaria!

December 11, 2014 - 22:15 -- Bart G.J. Knols

As of December 2014, MalariaWorld, the world's largest and only online scientific and social network for malaria professionals, is celebrating its 5th anniversary. It's been an adventure that we never imagined would become what it has become today. Many of you will not know the history of MalariaWorld, so here's a brief summary.

Malaria Eradication Scientific Alliance

October 11, 2013 - 09:38 -- MESA Alliance
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MESA (the Malaria Eradication Scientific Alliance) follows-up on the malERA agenda and provides a dedicated platform for the community in order to accelerate the translation of the science of malaria eradication for impact. With the community, MESA monitors progress and takes the next steps to advance the science of malaria eradication. MESA reviews existing evidence and supports projects on research questions critical to malaria eradication. For more information, please visit www.mesamalaria.org.

Read MESA's latest posts here.

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