A review of the McGill summer institute’s course in Global Health Diagnostics
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- Overcoming the “Ugly step-sister of medicine” label of diagnostics - 30th June 2017
- Could carbamate insecticides save the day? - 9th June 2017
- The AGS-v-vaccine: a magic bullet for mosquito-transmitted infections? - 31st March 2017
A field-based study investigates the tenet that insecticide resistance within a mosquito population may fall if the insecticide is replaced by one with a… Read more »
Could a new anti-saliva vaccine protect against multiple mosquito-borne diseases? The Phase I clinical trials have just begun...
Anopheles mosquitoes have made their move, donning a thicker armour against insecticide- now what’s ours?
Toward elimination As many malaria control programs progress towards elimination, more diligent surveillance and monitoring programmes become the focus of… Read more »
Zika disease has exploded in the Latin Americas following an outbreak in Brazil last year. Although not lethal, there is evidence of an association between the… Read more »
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at Bugbitten!
February 2014 saw the first cases of the Ebola in Guinea, which then spread quickly to nine countries in West Africa and claimed over 11,000 lives. Sierra… Read more »
Last month Liverpool hosted the British Society for Parasitology’s (BSP) 53rd annual spring meeting. Having enjoyed and previously reviewed several of the… Read more »