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- Joshua Raji, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow in the Potter Lab, is awarded a Hannah Gray Fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to continue his research in malaria, focusing on the molecular targets that drive mosquitoes’ attraction to humans.
- A summary of the 2022 World Malaria Day Symposium can be read here.
- Scientists Identify Promising Transmission Chain-Breaker in the Fight Against Malaria
- The Johns Hopkins Malaria Minute podcast shares important advances in malaria research in 60 seconds with the global community interested and committed to the goal of malaria elimination.
- The World Malaria Day Symposium, held on April 23, 2021, has concluded; read a summary of the event here.
- William Moss, MD, JHMRI Deputy Director, speaks with the BBC about how a one-size-fits-all COVID vaccine will not work everywhere in Africa.
- Geervani Daggupati receives Young Investigator Award First-Tier Mention at the ASTMH annual meeting (Srinivasan lab)
- William Moss assesses Lancet Commission Report on Malaria Eradication (Moss)
- Maria Luisa Simões receives Young Investigator Award at the ASTMH annual meeting
- Clive Shiff receives Distinguished Alumni award from Rhodes University (Shiff)
- Diego Giraldo Sanchez in the McMeniman Lab wins Human Frontier Science Program Fellowship to study neuromodulatory networks controlling mosquito attraction to humans
- The National Health Research Authority of Zambia honors the Macha Research Trust field site with Outstanding Research Institution Award at the 8th Annual Zambia National Health Research Conference
- The Baltimore Sun publishes Op-Ed from graduate student Rachel Evans
- Chris Potter receives 2018 Johns Hopkins Catalyst Award
- George Dimopoulos receives the Shikani/El-Hibri Prize for Discovery & Innovation
- Science publishes independent studies from the Dimopoulos lab and from the Jacobs-Lorena lab
- Matt Ippolito awarded ASTMH Burroughs Wellcome Fund Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Tropical Infectious Diseases
- Mosquito House constructed at the Institute's field site in Macha, Zambia
- Andrew Hammond, Sir Henry Wellcome Research Fellow at JHSPH & Imperial College London, interviewed on CNN about recent publication in Nature Communications gene drive research
- Interviewed on TRT World News-Roundtable, Prakash Srinivasan speaks about the mRNA vaccine for malaria.
- Featured on NPR’s Science Friday, researcher Prakash Srinivasan discusses new malaria vaccine candidate R21 before a national audience along with BSPH alumnus Raj Panjabi, U.S. President’s Malaria Coordinator.
- Dimopoulos lab engineers mosquitoes that resist malaria parasites (Dimopoulos)
- 3 from Johns Hopkins receive Human Frontier Science Program research grants (Giraldo)
- Toxoplasma is "like a bomb you have in the brain," says professor Isabelle Coppens in the Spring issue of the Johns Hopkins Public Health magazine (Coppens)
- Graduate Student Jordan Hoffman, Global Health Established Field Placement (Hoffman)
- November issue of Hopkins Happenings highlights the JHMRI Future of Malaria Symposium in Rockville, Maryland (Pingle, Nasir, Tauxe)
- Nature publishes article on our field site in Macha, Zambia (Agre, Thuma)
- There is no wall against infectious diseases The Baltimore Sun, Op-Ed (Rachel Evans graduate student)
- Sequencing a malaria mosquito's motherline The JHU Hub (Norris)
- Mosquito gut bacteria may offer clues to malaria control The Washington Post (Dimopoulos, Jacobs-Lorena)
- What Mosquitoes Smell, and Why We Should Care. WYPR (Potter)
- Hopkins gets $10 million federal grant to continue efforts to control, end malaria Baltimore Sun (Moss)
- Why is the Government Spying on Mosquities? New Republic (Norris)
- New Johns Hopkins research may unlock how mosquitoes experience human flavor Baltimore Sun (Chris Potter)
- USAID awards Zika grant funding to three Johns Hopkins research teams Fox 45 News (Dimopoulos and McMeniman)
- Morning Television, ABC Paraguay, Asuncion, Paraguay (Agre)
- A Conversation with Peter Agre (video recording). Neill, Ushma. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. (Agre)
- To beat malaria and dengue, vaccinate the mosquitoes. Science. (Dimopoulos)
- Bacteria de mosquitos que propagan malaria puede reducir transmisión. El Universal – Mexico 12 (Dimopoulos)
- Una bacteria del mosquito del dengue y malaria reduce su transmisión. La Razón – Spain. (Dimopoulos)
- Bacteria de mosquitos del dengue y malaria puede reducir transmission. Radio Programas del Perú - Peru, (Dimopoulos)
- Zambia fights to sustain its malaria success. Science. (Thuma)