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INDIA OPEN TO ADOPTING GENOMICS IN TACKLING MALARIA.

31 January 2017

Pointing out that genomics can play a bigger role in handling vector-borne diseases, particularly Malaria, Soumya Swaminathan, Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research said that India was open to adopting genomics, which can lead to genetic modification of parasite-carrying mosquitoes, in its fight against malaria.

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MALARIA INFECTION DEPENDS ON NUMBER OF PARASITES, NOT NUMBER OF MOSQUITO BITES

17 January 2017

For the first time, researchers have shown that the number of parasites each mosquito carries influences the chance of successful malaria infection.

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AUSTRALIA COMMITS TO A NEW PHASE OF SUPPORT TO THE SOLOMON ISLANDS HEALTH SECTOR

09 January 2017

Australia and Solomon Islands today signed an agreement of up to AU$66 million (SB$377 million) over four years (2017 to 2020) for the Solomon Islands Health Sector.

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TIKKI PANGESTU APPOINTED TO THE APLMA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

03 January 2017

Tikki Pang, Visiting Professor at the LKY School has recently been appointed to the APLMA Board of Directors. His new role will enable him to continue to advocate the elimination of malaria in Asia and the Pacific. Previously from the World Health Organisation, Tikki has been actively speaking out and researching on health issues impacting the world.

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WHO BULLETIN PROFILES OUR ENVOY AND CHAIR OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, NAFSIAH MBOI AND HER WORK IN HEALTH PROMOTION THROUGH HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDONESDIA.

14 December 2016

Nafsiah Mboi tells Fiona Fleck why technical know-how, insistence on human rights and gentle persuasion were essential ingredients for the modernization of public health in Indonesia.

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