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New from MESA: New! Access malaria funding opportunities, training, events and more in the MESA Opportunities tool

December 24, 2020 - 12:22 -- MESA Alliance

 

Opportunities for funding, training, as well as malaria events, are now centralised and organised in this new malaria calendar. Key dates and deadlines are collected in this new feature, enabling the malaria community to know what is happening and when and plan accordingly. 

Add relevant entries to your calendar and share among your networks and colleagues to not miss any opportunity! 

Browse the calendar here

New from MESA: Key takeaways from the ASTMH Annual Meeting by the MESA Correspondents

December 2, 2020 - 10:24 -- MESA Alliance

 

This ASTMH Annual Meeting was intense! If you missed any of the sessions or want to recap what was discussed, you can read the summaries of more than 25 symposia written by the MESA Correspondents.

New from MESA: ASTMH Symposium - Responding to the challenge of vector borne diseases in the context of urban expansion

November 11, 2020 - 11:45 -- MESA Alliance

This symposium will bring together a wide range of actors to discuss the challenges posed by urban expansion and how they interfere with vector borne diseases, with a focus on malaria. Stay tuned to join the conversation!

New from MESA: Housing improvements to reduce malaria transmission - A conversation with Dr Lucy Tusting

November 4, 2020 - 15:29 -- MESA Alliance

Photograph credits © Jakob Knudsen 2019: left - Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya; right - Drone photo, suburb of Tanga, Tanzania. Houses constructed over an estimated 20 years. The oldest roofs are rusty, the newest in  bright colours. Also visible are foundations and half built houses. People build in a long, incremental process whenever money is available.

Dr Lucy Tusting, Assistant Professor at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and co-director of the BOVA network, discusses the relationship between housing, urbanisation and health and how housing improvements may reduce malaria transmission.

New from MESA: Meet the MESA Correspondents that will cover the virtual ASTMH 2020 Annual Meeting

October 29, 2020 - 10:04 -- MESA Alliance

 

The MESA Correspondent volunteers report on the latest in malaria research from conferences around the world. The synopses are shared online, enabling people who could not attend the meeting to read about the latest advances. The MESA Correspondents Program is a collaboration between MESA and the conference organizers.

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