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  • Funder: NIH Project Code: 5F32MH011850-02X1
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  • Funder: NIH Project Code: 5R01GM081827-03
    Funder Contribution: 235,672 USD
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  • Funder: WT Project Code: 077597
    Funder Contribution: 40,000 GBP

    Fourth MIM Pan-African Malaria Conference Malaria continues to be a major killer disease in the world and poses a great public health burden in sub-Saharan Africa where it kills one child every 15-30 seconds. To address this situation many organisations stepped forward in 1997 in Dakar Senegal, to increase the level of funding for research in new ways of combating the disease. The Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) an alliance of organisations working to improve our knowledge of malaria and how to use this information to better control the disease, was therefore created. Every three years the MIM organises a Conference with objectives to: i) Communicate scientific findings; ii) foster inter-sectoral synergies (research and control); iii) Strengthen African research capabilities; iv) Promote inter-regional and pan-African science and health partnerships and v) Report back on the progress of the MIM activities. This Conference is scheduled to run for 5 official days and would include - eight plenary talks, 32 parallel sessions and 4 current controversy discussions. Exhibitions will be open every day from 9am to 6pm Some symposia will run prior to the Conference but also in small rooms during the Conference Some symposia are advised to hold from 7am to 8.30am at the hotels prior to the sessions in the morning All posters will be put up on Monday and will last for the whole week. The posters will be manned according to the themes for each day Current controversies in malaria shall be organised every evening from 5pm to 6pm as an informational but entertainment piece. The scientific program will be arranged around the following central themes: Bioethics (1 session), Capacity Building (1 session), Drugs and Clinical Applications (7 sessions), Epidemiology and Surveillance (3 sessions), Health Systems Research (1 session), Human-Anopheles-Plasmodium Genomics (3 sessions), Parasite Biology (1 session), Pathogenesis and Immunology (5 sessions), Socio-economics (3 sessions), Vaccine Development (3 sessions) and Vector Biology & Control (4 sessions).

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  • Funder: NIH Project Code: 5R01AA014879-04
    Funder Contribution: 230,407 USD
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  • Funder: NIH Project Code: 2R01MH031107-07
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