Photo credit: Maggie Hallahan/Sumitomo Chemical
Maggie Hallahan/Sumitomo Chemical
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CDC/Donated by The World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
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Vestergaard Frandsen
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John Stanmeyer
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EM Unit, UCL Medical School, Royal Free Campus
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Simon Hay
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Pascal Barollier/Sanofi Pasteur
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James Gathany/CDC
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Jane Messina
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Maria Devine

 

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We are helping to organise two conferences in the same week of September this year.

First, BioMed Central, in conjunction with its journals Malaria Journal and Parasites & Vectors, is hosting its third malaria conference, Challenges in Malaria Research: Core science and innovation, at the Examination Schools in Oxford from 22-24 Sep.

Then, the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene's (RSTMH) next biennial meeting, Measuring Progress, will take place in Oxford's Town Hall from 25-27 Sep.

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