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Adelaida Sarukhan

Exciting new Science and Big Challenges for the Next Generation of Malaria Scientists

Malaria

[We are sending daily posts from Kampala, Uganda, during the week-long Keystone Symposia meeting, 'Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication' , organized in collaboration with MESA. Additional funding was given by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the US NIH/NAIAD. This blog was posted...

Adelaida Sarukhan

Promising New Candidates for the Malaria Tool Kit

Malaria

[We are sending daily posts from Kampala, Uganda, during the week-long Keystone Symposia meeting, 'Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication' , organized in collaboration with MESA. Additional funding was given by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the US NIH/NAIAD. This blog was posted...

Adelaida Sarukhan

Tailored Interventions not “Prêt-a-Porter” for Malaria Elimination

Malaria

[We are sending daily posts from Kampala, Uganda, during the week-long Keystone Symposia meeting, 'Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication' , organized in collaboration with MESA. Additional funding was given by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the US NIH/NAIAD. This blog was posted...

Adelaida Sarukhan

Tackling the Asymptomatic Reservoir to Achieve Malaria Elimination: the If, the Why and the How

Malaria

[We are sending daily posts from Kampala, Uganda, during the week-long Keystone Symposia meeting, 'Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication' , organized in collaboration with MESA. Additional funding was given by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the US NIH/NAIAD. This blog was posted...

Adelaida Sarukhan

Kick-Off to the Keystone Symposia on Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication, in Uganda

Malaria

[We are sending daily posts from Kampala, Uganda, during the week-long Keystone Symposia meeting, 'Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication' , organized in collaboration with MESA. Additional funding was given by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the US NIH/NAIAD. This blog was posted...

Gonzalo Fanjul

Diario de un rodaje con El Intermedio en Mozambique

Communications,Malaria

Gonzalo Fanjul , director de Análisis, y Marta Solano , técnica de comunicación de ISGlobal Acompañamos a El Intermedio a conocer el trabajo del CISM y de muchas personas e instituciones clave que están cambiando el presente y el futuro de Mozambique Un equipo del programa El...

Antoni Plasència

Health Cannot Be Approached Other than at the Global Level

Health Equity

In an increasingly interconnected and interdependent planet, only a global approach will allow to respond to the increasing complexity and diversity of health challenges At a time where we have almost completed the first two decades of the 21st century, we have seen the best but also the...

Sara Soto

The Role of Women in Science: An Unsolved Conundrum

Why, when women represent a majority in universities, are they in the minority in the workplace, particularly in the upper echelons? When people ask me why I became a scientist —and they often do—I have to hark back to my schooldays when I was in EGB (yes, I did EGB too). ...

Pablo Martínez

Zika Virus: One Year Later

Zika

This article has been published in Spanish in El País- Planeta Futuro by Pablo Martínez de Salazar, ISGlobal coordinator of the response to Zika virus and other arboviruses and Adelaida Sarukhan , PhD in immunology and scientific writer in ISGlobal February 1st, 2017, marks one year...

Enric Grau

Hypercompetition in the Global Health Arena: Manage or Die

Policy & Global Development,Training & Education

Enric Grau , a non-profit management consultant with extensive experience in the global health sector, is the coordinator of the upcoming ISGlobal-UB course on Global Health Management (1-14 February) Between 2000 and 2010, global health funding —through development assistance...

Nota: Las personas que integran ISGlobal persiguen ideas innovadoras con total independencia. Las opiniones expresadas en este blog son, por tanto, a título personal y no necesariamente reflejan el posicionamiento institucional.

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