New research uses high-speed videography and sound recordings to investigate the hidden world of mating in the yellow fever mosquito, revealing the… Read more »
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A recent study by Coffeng and team uses mathematical model simulations to predict the short-term and long-term impact of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene… Read more »
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Canaries in a coal-mine: what can sheep and goats tell us about human parasitic disease in Tanzania?
As research reveals the cause of a massive but neglected disease problem in sheep and goats, we ask - could this animal health… Read more »
Modelling for policy-driven schistosomiasis questions: Informing treatment guidelines, and monitoring and evaluation activities
Mathematical models can guide and inform public health policies and treatment strategies. Current research by the NTD Modelling… Read more »
A recent study in Burkina Faso showed that genetic diversity in strains of malaria resulted in different degrees of disease… Read more »
An international consortium of scientists, the anti-Wolbachia consortium (A∙WOL), aimed to discover novel treatments for… Read more »
For two decades albendazole has been donated for lymphatic filariasis mass treatment programs. An updated Cochrane Review… Read more »
A new rapid acting drug, which targets the bacterial endosymbiont Wolbachia has been discovered that could potentially cut… Read more »
Medical doctor and PhD student at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Dr. Sekeleghe Kayuni describes his work in Malawi on… Read more »
New research identifies a surface protein that plays a role in quorum sensing in trypanosomes.