It is unclear whether or not subpatent malaria should be targeted for control of the disease. A new study further unravels the role of subpatent malaria… Read more »
Latest posts by Vera Unwin (see all)
- Why find the needle in the haystack? - 10th May 2019
- Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Bugbitten! - 24th December 2018
- Repackaging malaria to refresh & drive motivation towards elimination - 20th July 2018
A brief overview of the 1st Malaria World Congress in Melbourne July 1-5th
A brief review of a PhD student-lead symposium celebrating the 'Achievements of women in science and inspiring the next generation' at the Liverpool School of… Read more »
An exciting new model for investigating gene function in mosquitoes and supporting evidence for the role of FREP1 in malaria-transmission blocking strategies.
A recent study in Guangzhou, China provides a comprehensive overview of Aedes albopictus and insecticide resistance
Almost all diagnostics have inherent subjectivity. Subjective thresholds and cut-offs are a major source of this and can impact the way we interpret the… Read more »
The S139N mutation in Zika M-protein has been found to increase severity of neurolovirulence, including microcephaly.
A review of the McGill summer institute’s course in Global Health Diagnostics
A field-based study investigates the tenet that insecticide resistance within a mosquito population may fall if the insecticide is replaced by one with a… Read more »