It is my pleasure to present our second Newsletter for 2021 to all Rotarians, sponsors, donors and supporters of the Malaria Vaccine Project. Both Professor Michael Good and Dr Danielle Stanisic have written articles on the scientific program and I have contributed an update on the Project. The common message coming through these articles is that COVID 19 will have exacerbated the problems associated with malaria control in endemic countries. We need to attack this terrible disease with both prevention and elimination strategies; however, the need for an effective vaccine has never been more pressing. … More Newsletter Edition 10 June 2021
Malaria is one of the deadliest diseases in the world
Dr Danielle Stanisic talks about the global impact of malaria, her work around preventative measures, such as vaccines and malaria education, as well as her advice for researchers … More Q & A with Dr Danielle Stanisic
It is a pleasure to commend the first of four Newsletters for 2021 to all Rotarians, sponsors, donors and supporters of the Malaria Vaccine Project. With the rollout of COVID 19 vaccines underway, there is a much more positive outlook for Rotary clubs and our Project. This heightened expectation is captured by our very special Newsletter Committee and by the much appreciated contributors of moving stories in this issue. … More Newsletter Edition 9 March 2021
Lets make it a reality Governor General of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove says!!
Malaria is one of the killer diseases of the world. Queensland scientists want to deliberately infect people with malaria to prove they can beat it. Professor Michael Good from Griffith University, Institute for Glycomics, Gold Coast, explains further about the disease Malaria, where it's found, the impact on the world and the vaccine.