To evaluate the impact of population immunity of the efficacy of malaria interventions and evaluating the impact of intervention programs on host immunity and patterns of disease.
- To develop sero-markers for population studies
- To define malaria exposure and transmission intensity
- To understand the dynamics of naturally acquired immunity in children and pregnant women and how they relate To patterns of disease.
Our group centres on malaria immuno-epidemiology and focuses on developing and utilising immunological biomarkers for vaccine trials, disease surveillance and evaluating the impact of interventions for malaria.
We participate in numerous population studies in malaria-endemic countries, such as Kenya, Papua New Guinea and Thailand, through collaborations with national research institutes based in those countries.
of the impact of interventions for malaria.
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