In this week’s post, Krisztian Magori summarizes the situation in the ongoing Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in light of recent developments, and how those can hopefully bring an end to the outbreak.
A recent study evaluated characteristics of effective community medicine distributors during mass drug administration for neglected tropical diseases
A Fasciola liver fluke found infecting Asian elephants in Sri Lanka reveals a need to understand economically important parasites in wildlife.
In this blog Dr Richard Samuels articulates and contextualizes the research put forward in a recent article published in Parasites & Vectors exploring the efficacy of fungal organisms in combating arbovirus transmission.
Mosquitoes are predominantly night feeders, but this is changing due to the selective pressure imposed by the use of bednets. Does this behaviour change affect their fitness and ability to transmit malaria?