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Asymptomatic P. vivax Malaria Burden and Naturally-Acquired Humoral Response to PvMSP1-19 in a Low Endemic Malaria Area in the Peruvian Amazon Basin
(Johns Hopkins University, 2016-01-13)
Objective: P. vivax (Pv) malaria is the most widely distributed human malaria species in the world, affecting millions of people annually, and the most prevalent species in the Americas. One of the main challenges for the ...
Risk Profiling of Malaria Epidemiology in Rural Bangladesh
(Johns Hopkins University, 2016-09-09)
Background. Of 214 million estimated new malaria cases worldwide in 2015, 10% were from south-east Asia. Bangladesh is one of the 95 countries with ongoing malaria transmission. Of 13 malaria endemic districts in Bangladesh, ...
Challenges and opportunities for pursuing malaria elimination in Peru
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-10-24)
Recent history suggests that malaria can be eliminated in low-endemic countries, and there is a growing interest among key stakeholders from Peru to plan accordingly and achieve malaria elimination with a comprehensive ...
A LOCAL - LEVEL SPATIAL MODEL OF MALARIA TRANSMISSION SITES IN RURAL ZAMBIA
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-12-19)
The Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute (JHMRI) is working with local partners to develop strategies to eliminate malaria transmission around the town of Macha in Southern Province, Zambia. There are several studies ...
Applications of GIS and Spatial Statistics for Malaria Research in Rural Zambia: Evaluation of Risk Factors and Risk Mapping in Nchelenge District and Elimination Strategies in Macha
(Johns Hopkins University, 2014-12-19)
Objective: The goals of this dissertation project were to understand malaria transmission dynamics in two different settings in Zambia. The specific aims in Nchelenge District, an uncontrolled transmission setting, were ...