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IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF REACTIVE SCREEN-AND-TREAT FOR MALARIA ELIMINATION IN SOUTHERN ZAMBIA
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-04-18)
Background: Malaria screen-and-treat (called Step-D in Zambia) is a reactive case detection strategy in which passively detected malaria cases trigger community health workers (CHWs) to screen for secondary cases within a ...
PHARMACODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF P. FALCIPARUM KILL RATES IN MONOTHERAPY CLINICAL TRIALS AND INVESTIGATION OF QUORUM SENSING-DEPENDENCE OF EARLY KILL RATES IN MURINE MODELS
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-04-26)
In treating malaria infections, rapid pharmacodynamic kill rates avert death and hinder drug resistance. We explored the recent 4 decades of published P. falciparum monotherapy drug trials featuring over 17,000 patients ...
VECTOR BIOLOGY AND GENOMICS OF ANOPHELES IN SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL AFRICA
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-12-18)
Nchelenge District in Zambia has high malaria transmission despite intensive malaria control. The primary mosquito species contributing to transmission is Anopheles funestus s.s., a species for which genetic and genomic ...