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UCSF Global Health Group’s Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)

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March 2015

Eliminating Malaria in Mayotte

Country Brief
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February 2015

Independent Emergence of Artemisinin Resistance Mutations Among Plasmodium falciparum in Southeast Asia

Takala-Harrison S, Jacob CG, Arze C, Cummings MP, Silva JC et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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The Journal of Infectious Diseases
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February 2015

Costing the supply chain for delivery of ACT and RDTs in the public sector in Benin and Kenya

Shretta R, Johnson B, Smith L, Doumbia S, de Savigny D et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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February 2015

The private sector’s role in malaria surveillance

Brief
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UCSF Global Health Group's Malaria Elimination Initiative (MEI)
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January 2015

Spatial-Temporal Variation and Primary Ecological Drivers of Anopheles sinensis Human Biting Rates in Malaria Epidemic-Prone Regions of China

Ren Z, Wang D, Hwang J, Bennett A, Sturrock HJ et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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PLOS ONE
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January 2015

Progress toward Elimination in Malaysia

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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January 2015

Climbing to Malaria Elimination in Bhutan

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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January 2015

Successful elimination and prevention of re‑establishment of malaria in Tunisia

Case Study
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The World Health Organization
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December 2014

Costs of Eliminating Malaria and the Impact of the Global Fund in 34 Countries

Zelman B, Kiszewski A, Cotter C, Liu JX
Peer Reviewed Publication
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PLOS ONE
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November 2014

Mass Screening And Treatment Using A Falciparum-Specific Rapid Diagnostic Test Did Not Reduce Malaria Incidence In Zanzibar

Cook J, Xu W, Msellem M, Vonk M, Bergstrom B, Gosling RD et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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The Journal of Infectious Diseases
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November 2014

The independent effect of living in malaria hotspots on future malaria infection: an observational study from Misungwi, Tanzania

Mosha J, Sturrock HJW, Hashim R, Kibiki G, Chandramohan D et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Malaria Journal
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November 2014

Namibia's path toward malaria elimination: a case study of malaria strategies and costs along the northern border

Gueye CS, Gerigk M, Newby G, Lourenço C, Uusiku P et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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BMC Public Health
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November 2014

Fine-Scale Malaria Risk Mapping From Routine Aggregated Case Data

Sturrock HJW, Cohen JM, Keil P, Tatem AJ, Le Menach A et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Malaria Journal
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November 2014

Does socio-economic status explain the differentials in malaria parasite prevalence? Evidence from The Gambia

Sonko ST, Jaiteh M, Jafali J, Jarju LBS, D’Alessandro U et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Malaria Journal
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November 2014

Targeting Plasmodium falciparum transmission with primaquine: same efficacy, improved safety with a lower dose?

Chen IT, Gosling RD
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology
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October 2014

The distribution of incubation and relapse times in experimental human infections with the malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax

Lover A, Zhao X, Gao Z, Coker RJ, Cook AR
Peer Reviewed Publication
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BMC Infectious Diseases
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October 2014

Colombo Declaration on Eliminating Malaria

On October 14-17 2014, the Malaria Elimination Group (MEG) held its ninth meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Seventeen international malaria experts gathered to discuss Sri Lanka's achievement of maintaining zero local transmission since 2012 and to learn best practices to take back to their own countries. The MEG pledged to join other partners in providing ongoing technical support and called upon the Sri Lankan government to sustain its commitment to malaria elimination and prevention of reintroduction. 
Declaration
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Malaria Elimination Group
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June 2014

Point of Care Testing for Malaria Using LAMP, Loop Mediated Isothermal Amplification

Hsiang MS, Greenhouse B, Rosenthal PJ
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Journal of Infectious Diseases
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May 2014

Severe Morbidity and Mortality Risk from Malaria in the United States, 1985-2011

Hwang J, Cullen K, Kachur PS
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Open Forum Infectious Diseasaes
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May 2014

Communicating and Monitoring Surveillance and Response Activities for Malaria Elimination: China's “1-3-7” Strategy

Cao J, Sturrock HJW, Cotter C, Zhou S, Zhou H et al.
Peer Reviewed Publication
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PLOS Medicine
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February 2014

On the road to eliminate malaria in Sri Lanka: lessons from history, challenges, gaps in knowledge and research needs

Karunaweera ND, Galappaththy GNL, Wirth DF
Peer Reviewed Publication
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Malaria Journal
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