Global Health Experts Examine Key Strategies To Tackle Drug Resistant Malaria

In a post in The Guardian’s “Global Development Professionals Network,” global health experts weigh in on “key strategies to tackle drug-resistant malaria.” The blog provides commentary from Tamara Bugembe, a pediatric registrar at the Bamenda Regional Hospital in Bamenda, Cameroon; Jörg Möhrle, head of translational medicine at Medicines for Malaria Venture in Geneva; Kefas Mugittu, director and senior consultant for Muvek Development Solutions Ltd. in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Prudence Hamade, a senior technical adviser for the Malaria Consortium in London; Georgina Humphreys, a researcher with the World Wide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWarn) in Oxford; Sanjeev Krishna, a professor of molecular parasitology and medicine at St George’s, University of London; Angus Spiers, deputy director for the malaria and child survival department at Population Services International (PSI) in Washington, D.C.; Colin James Sutherland, a reader in parasitology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; and Jasson Urbach, director of Africa Fighting Malaria in Durban, South Africa (Young, 7/23).

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