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Malaria: Can we ever get rid of it? Join us for the bi-monthly International Child Health Seminar on 15th September.

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Centre for International Child Health
Seminar Series
Malaria: Can we ever get rid of it?
When: Friday 15th September 2017

Where: Anthony de Rothschild Lecture Theatre, St Mary’s Medical School, Imperial College London
R E G I S T E R  N O W

Dear Colleagues,

Centre for International Child Health hosts bi-monthly seminars in order to bring together Imperial staff and students to discuss global child health issues and how to combat them.  

The fourth in the series focuses on malaria, one of the world's biggest killers. According to UNICEF, in 2015, there were 214 million malaria cases that led to 438,000 deaths. Of these about 80 per cent were children under five years of age. This translates into a daily toll of more than 800 children under age 5. Most of these deaths occurred in sub-Saharan Africa. However, progress in reducing malaria mortality among children has been encouraging. Since 2000, mortality rates among children under-five have fallen by 65 per cent and an estimated 5.9 million child deaths have been averted.

Malaria is an urgent public health priority. Malaria and the costs of treatment trap families in a cycle of illness, suffering and poverty. Today, 3.2 billion (almost half of the world population) are at risk. Our seminar questions whether we can ever completely get rid of malaria and if so, how and when?

Speakers include: 
  • Dr Lucy Okell, Lecturer/Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow, Faculty of Medicine, School of Public Health, Imperial College London: 'Malaria control: progress and projections for the future'
  • Dr Tony Nolan, Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College London: 'New approaches to vector control'
  • Dr Tom Churcher, Senior Lecturer, MRC Centre for Outbreak Analysis and Modelling, School of Public Health: 'Malaria elimination and the utility of transmission blocking interventions'.
REGISTER NOW! (Via Eventbrite) 

The event will take place from 16.00 at the Anthony de Rothschild lecture theatre in the School of Medicine Building in Paddington (marked at number 5 on this map). Register via Eventbrite here.

Please note that tickets will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis so book now to avoid disappointment.

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We look forward to seeing you at the event.

Best wishes,

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Imperial College London
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