Gordon Research Conference – Translating Malaria Research to the Field
Development of novel strategies to combat malaria requires a clear understanding of the parasite in its human and mosquito hosts, in order to develop and implement new control and eradication tools. The 2015 Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Malaria will focus on disease including severe malaria and pregnancy-associated malaria, transmission, epidemiology and control with possible application in the field. The conference will provide a forum to discuss cutting edge basic and applied research on malaria, with an emphasis on the development of novel tools and implementation of measures intended to treat, control, and eradicate malaria. This will be accomplished by inviting global leaders working in different areas of malaria research, or in fields outside the traditional malaria research areas that can stimulate new thinking and approaches to the malaria problem.
Location: Girona, Spain
Dates: 25-26 July 2015
Annual BioMalPar Meeting
The purpose of the annual BioMalPar conference is to bring together malaria researchers from Europe and overseas (including Africa, America, Asia and Australia) to present and share recent groundbreaking findings on fundamental malaria research. New insights will also be featured through the use of poster sessions. This meeting will provide an enriched environment for researchers at all stages of their career to interact with international leaders in the field. The meeting will offer an excellent opportunity for sharing ideas and for potential development of new worldwide collaborations.
- BioMalPar XI: Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite
Dates: May 11-13, 2015
Location: Heidelberg, Germany