It is with great pleasure that we share this Festive Season Newsletter with all Rotarians, sponsors, donors, and supporters of the Malaria Vaccine Project. Although year 2020 has been an enduring challenge with COVID 19, the Malaria Vaccine Project has continued to receive marvellous support. I say a huge thank you to all those who have helped us to … More Newsletter Edition 8 December 2020
Come and join us on the first day of Spring Racing Day Carnival at the Gold Coast Turf Club.
Date: Saturday 10th October 2020 11.30 am
Dr Danielle Stanisic interviewed on Radio 4CRB gives an update on the Malaria Vaccine click to hear interview
More on World Malaria Day 2019 After more than a decade of steady advances in fighting malaria, progress has levelled off. According to WHO’s latest World malaria report, no significant gains were made in reducing malaria cases in the period 2015 to 2017. The estimated number of malaria deaths in 2017, at 435 000, remained … More “Zero malaria starts with me”
World Malaria Day 2019 is on April 25th, this annual event is a worldwide effort, to raise awareness of Malaria and funds for the treatment and prevention of malaria. The day works to highlight the need for better political intervention in malaria control and prevention. The day also marks the continuing great achievements in the … More WORLD MALARIA DAY 25 APRIL
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announces the Government will support clinical trials to test the effectiveness of a world-first malaria vaccine in an attempt to globally eradicate the disease! … More TRIAL TO TACKLE MALARIA
Eight years ago, Professor Michael Good and his team set a goal of developing a whole parasite vaccine and testing it in human volunteers. This vision was derived from experiments they had published previously in which volunteers could be infected with a low dose of live parasites and treated before they became sick. … More PROGRESS TOWARDS THE MALARIA VACCINE, PlasProtecT
The partnership between Rotary and Griffith University (Institute for Glycomics) has raised nearly $500,000 to enable the critical clinical trials of Professor Michael Good’s promising malaria vaccine PlasProtecT®. to proceed in Australia.
Professor Ned Pankhurst Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor Griffith University … More Griffith University & Rotary: An enviable partnership