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Upcoming presentations by CAMRE members at international malaria meetings

American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

2022 Annual Meeting

October 30 – November 3, 2022

Seattle Convention Center

Seattle, Washington, United States

http://www.astmh.org/annual-meeting

  • Andrew Andrada and Zhiyuan MaoEvaluating the Association Between Next Generation Long-Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets with Piperonyl Butoxide and Malaria Parasite Prevalence Among Children Under Five in Zambia, Poster presentation during Poster Session A, Monday, October 31, 11 am – 12:45 pm 
  • Alyssa Young: Application of accessibility-informed catchment models to improve interpretation of malaria surveillance data in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Poster presentation during Poster Session A, Monday, October 31, 11 am – 12:45 pm
  • Renad Jadkarim: Determinants of malaria infection among children under five in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Poster presentation during Poster Session B, Tuesday, November 1, Noon – 1:45 pm
  • Renad Jadkarim: A quasi-experimental evaluation of a large health systems strengthening project on intermittent preventive treatment uptake at antenatal care visits among pregnant women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo of malaria infection among children under five in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Poster presentation during Poster Session C, Wednesday, November 2, 11 am – 12:45 pm

Previous News and Events

The supplement on the Mass Drug Administration trial in Zambia was published ahead of print on July 2, 2020 in The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. The AJTMH supplement contains 12 articles that provide information on a mass drug administration intervention in Sub-Saharan Africa. A link to the digital publication is provided here. The articles will be published in final form as a supplement to the August issue of the Journal. The Center for Applied Malaria Research and Evaluation (CAMRE) at Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine were involved along with the Zambia NMEC, PATH, UCSF and Harvard. CAMRE current and former members were the lead author on 6 of the 12 papers.

Many thanks and congratulations to everyone at CAMRE involved – Thom Eisele, Josh Yukich, Joe Keating, Travis Porter, Tim Finn and Adam Bennett.