Genetic diversity and drug resistance surveillance of Plasmodium malariae among the asymptomatic population in Southern Benin
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Enhancing drug leads for infectious diseases: using open science networks to solve key scientific problems and identify new collaborators
Assessing the impact of genetic diversity in the design of the next-generation malaria vaccine – the stepping stone toward the development of a diversity transcendent vaccine.
Development of gene editing tools in major African malaria vectors to better understand their biology and application as a control intervention.
Development of malaria transmission models to determine the epidemiological impact of repellent-treated materials on malaria transmission in different ecological settings.
Characterisation of malarial antibody glycosylation and its correlation with immunity in children.
Understanding the melanization response in Anopheles mosquitoes and how they impact infectivity and malaria transmission in natural settings.
Developing capacity in malaria genomics, bioinformatics and in-vitro assays to undertake and lead research in antimalarial resistance.
Development of novel in vitro culture protocols to investigate factors influencing the outcome of Plasmodium falciparum infections.
The evolution of P. falciparum populations in Dielmo, Senegal: from malaria control to pre-elimination.