Inspired by a conference symposium examining the impacts of schistosomiasis across all ages, we recently wrote an opinion piece detailing gaps in current… Read more »
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- What’s age got to do with it? Age gaps in schistosomiasis control - 29th May 2020
- Humans: are we the most effective vector of disease? - 1st May 2020
- Teasing apart the impact of multiple parasites within a single host - 13th March 2020
Over one-seventh of the world's population moved within the last year. Migration is only expected to increase in the coming years. What is important to… Read more »
New methods have been developed to better understand the impact parasites have on each other when they infect the same hosts.
Studying malaria in wild populations can be difficult, but repeatedly sampling individuals reveals the costs and consequences of malaria in wild monkeys
A recent study looks at how human impact on the landscape impacts large rodents, the tick populations they support, and a deadly bacteria that can infect humans
Discussions with villagers in Senegal reveal high levels of schistosomiasis knowledge but inevitable contact with water for daily needs.
A recent study evaluated characteristics of effective community medicine distributors during mass drug administration for neglected tropical diseases
A new study investigates the effectiveness of mass drug administration to reduce prevalence of mites that cause scabies and their itchy side effects.
New analytical techniques have been developed to evaluate the effectiveness of mass drug administration campaigns and inform progress towards elimination.
New technologies are bringing laboratories to the point-of-collection, improving sensitivity of field investigations and reducing delays