Sarah McGough is a teaching assistant for the free, open-access online course, PH425x “MalariaX: Defeating Malaria from the Genes to the Globe” on the edX platform. McGough shares how she got involved with malaria eradication and MalariaX.
As President-elect of ASTMH, Regina Rabinovich, the ExxonMobil Malaria Scholar in Residence at Harvard University, has her sights set on how to address pressing public and global health issues.
In recognition of World Malaria Day, HarvardX announces the launch of MalariaX: Defeating Malaria from the Genes to the Globe, a free online course that explores cutting-edge science and technology, and examines policies needed to control and eliminate malaria.
Harvard Chan student Abraar M. Karan, MPH ’17, and HBS student Andrew Rothaus, MBA ’18, plan to develop and clinically test an innovative, long-lasting insect repellent and are among the finalists in the New Venture Competition.
Harvard University’s Defeating Malaria: From the Genes to the Globe initiative will offer travel awards to outstanding masters or doctoral students conducting field research in malaria in 2014-2015.
On World Malaria Day 2014, hundreds of students worldwide took part in an audio-guided flash mob called Mob Malaria. Watch the video.
In an interview with HSPH News, PhD candidate Perrine Marcenac discusses her research on mosquito biology and the interplay between reproduction and immunity in Anopheles gambiae, the primary vector for malaria transmission in sub-Saharan Africa.
On April 25, Harvard commemorated World Malaria Day 2014 with two fun, student-led activities – a 5K community walk and an international flash mob to raise awareness about malaria.
On World Malaria Day (April 25), two freshmen students at Harvard will lead a multinational flash mob for Malaria. Mob Malaria will be simultaneously held in Zimbabwe, China, and the U.S.
On November 25, the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health convened the Global Health Summit, highlighting their collaborations and achievements in the field.