Krisztian Magori reviews the recently published report by the UCL-Lancet Commission on Migration and Health, with particular emphasis on dispelling myths and… Read more »
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- Standing up for the health of migrants againt anti-immigrant rhetoric - 14th December 2018
- Non-human hosts share Guinea Worms with people in Chad and Ethiopia - 23rd November 2018
- Harmless but annoying gallinipper mosquitoes following Hurricane Florence - 5th October 2018
Krisztian Magori summarizes recent research published on the genetic structure of Guinea worms collected from humans and non-human hosts in endemic countries.
Krisztian Magori summarizes the recent media coverage of large swarms of mosquitoes in the Carolinas following flooding post-Hurricane Florence.
Here, Krisztian Magori summarizes the most recent updates from the World Mosquito Program on the success of scaled deployment of Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes… Read more »
Krisztian Magori shares his preliminary analysis of the potential distribution of the longhorned tick in North America and the United States, based on… Read more »
Commemorating National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, Krisztian Magori argues for the incredible value of mosquito surveillance and control, and the… Read more »
“Glocalized” teaching and learning to investigate global processes through local examples in disease ecology
In this post, Krisztian Magori discusses "glocalized" education as a potential way to help students better appreciate global concepts, such as the effects of… Read more »
Krisztian Magori summarizes two recent papers by Peter Hotez and his coauthors on the potential link between violent conflict and NTDs, and discusses the… Read more »
Krisztian Magori summarizes below the current state of global health funding, the challenges facing continued financing, and provides a few ideas about… Read more »
While plague and Black Death reminds us of history, they are still present and thriving all across the world. Here, Krisztian Magori reviews the ongoing plague… Read more »