Cystic echinococcosis is a parasitic disease of medical, veterinary and economic importance. I attended a workshop to see how Peru is taking control of the… Read more »
Cara obtained her PhD (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine) in Parasitology, with a focus on methods for onchocerciasis diagnosis.
She has worked for the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group and the COUNTDOWN consortium, preparing systematic reviews in topics relevant to NTDs.
Latest posts by Cara Macfarlane (see all)
- The road to echinococcosis control in Peru: A workshop to review and synthesize the evidence - 9th November 2018
- The future looks bright for trachoma elimination - 31st August 2018
- Helpful invaders: can cane toads reduce the burdens of native frogs? - 10th February 2017
With elimination of trachoma as a public health problem targeted for 2020, it is timely to reflect on the progress made so far and highlight the recent global… Read more »
While invasive species can be a devastating force in their new habitats by negatively impacting biodiversity and the environment, recent research has shown they… Read more »
Entomopathogenic nematodes are lethal parasites of insects which are used as biocontrol agents. While their effectiveness in the field has been variable, recent… Read more »
Nematode pheromone ascr#18 has been shown to alert plants to the presence of plant-parasitic nematodes and to activate their immune responses.