- Thomas Lab: Researchers receive $10.2 million to study new malaria-prevention method
- Boni Lab: Optimum population-level use of artemisinin combination therapies study published in Lancet Global Health
- Highlight on Lindner lab graduate student Elyse Munoz and her passion for science
- Llinás lab postdoctoral fellow Gabrielle Josling has been awarded a two year fellowship from the American Heart Association.
- Thomas Lab: Insects feeding insects: Grand Challenges Exploration Grant funded to formulate an artificial hemolymph-based diet
- Thomas Lab: Lillian Moller Jacobs wins First Place for her oral presentation in the Medical, Urban and Veterinary Entomology Graduate Division at the annual Entomological Society of America meeting.
- Lindner lab graduate student Elyse Munoz spotlighted by NIH Director Francis Collins’ blog
- Thomas Lab: New collaborative NSF-funded research project aiming to combine theoretical and empirical approaches to develop a general framework for predicting the temperature sensitivity of vector transmission.
- Thomas Lab: R21 awarded from NIH NIAID to better understand how evolution of insecticide resistance is likely to impact control of malaria.
- Zhang Lab: Model uncovers how malaria parasite causes red blood cell changes
- Thomas Lab: R01 awarded from NIH NIAID to better understand how variation in environmental temperature affects the capacity of Indian malaria mosquitoes (Anopheles stephensi) to transmit malaria and also might influence the effectiveness of prospective control tools.
- Baldanza group: Mosquitoes, malaria and Asian history
- New video released describing the ongoing projects in the Lindner lab featuring Scott Lindner and Elyse Muñoz. (To watch video click here)
- Llinás lab postdoctoral fellow Gabrielle Josling has been awarded an one year Australia to USA Fellowship from the American Australian Association.
- Lindner lab graduate student Elyse Muñoz has been awarded the Robert D. Watkins Graduate Research Fellowship from the Amercan Society for Microbiology (ASM).
- Thomas lab: Fine-scale climate model projections predict malaria at local levels
- Mescher lab: Malaria parasite manipulates host’s scent
- Llinás lab postdoctoral fellow Heather Painter receives K22 Research Scholar Development Award from NIH.
- Lindner lab graduate student Elyse Munoz has won the Best Poster Presentation Award at the World Malaria Day Symposium at the New York Academy of Science for her work on RNA-binding proteins inPlasmodium sporozoites.
- Lindner lab graduate student Elyse Munoz was awarded the Huck Institutes Graduate Enrichment Award in support of her research on translational repression in Plasmodium sporozoites.
- Llinás lab: Essential protein discovered for malaria parasite’s transmission to mosquitoes
- Rasgon and Thomas labs: Environment influences ability of bacterium to block malaria transmission