Join PATH at the 7th Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) Conference in Dakar – April 15-20, 2018
PATH experts to share new research and innovations in tackling the malaria epidemic globally
PATH malaria experts will join thousands of leaders and scientists from over 70 countries at the 7th Multilateral Initiative on Malaria (MIM) Conference in Dakar, Senegal, April 15-20. At the conference, PATH researchers will share new research in malaria diagnostics, drugs, and vaccines and share insights on how these tools are being used to accelerate the fight against malaria both globally and within sub-Saharan Africa.
The 7th MIM Conference will have the theme “Dakar II: Two decades of progress, challenges and perspectives in ending malaria” and address the fact that despite incredible progress in the fight against malaria, there is still an urgent need for new innovations to end the epidemic for good. At the MIM Conference, PATH leaders will present at eight symposia, five scientific sessions, and will showcase five posters on all aspects of PATH’s malaria portfolio, from diagnostics and vaccines to drugs and systems and services. As a proud partner of Senegal’s national malaria control program, PATH will also share progress that has been made against malaria in the MIM conference’s host country. See the MIM program for the full schedule.
PATH experts will present recent vaccine development breakthroughs and implementation updates at two symposia and one panel discussion during the conference.
PATH presentations on vaccines include:
- Thursday, April 19, 11:45am – “Vaccine perspectives,” Ashley Birkett, Director, Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) and Global Head, malaria disease area, PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access (CVIA)
- Thursday, April 19, 4:45pm - “The Introduction of the Malaria Vaccine Implementation Programme: The pilot implementation and evaluation of the RTS,S/AS01 malaria vaccine in children in Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi,” Scott Gordon, Director the Malaria Vaccine Implementation Programme at PATH
- Friday, April 20, 11:45am – “Progress in malaria transmission-blocking vaccine development,” Ashley Birkett
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