Malaria Ecology

Malaria is intrinsically linked to the environment – with climatic conditions, natural ecosystems, and human modification of the environment determining where the vectors and parasites that cause malaria can persist and pose a risk humans.

Associate Professor Nick Golding is Director of Malaria Ecology at MAP. This new team is developing models of mosquito population dynamics and parasite transmission and mapping how they vary across the world to better inform malaria control.

For details of non-malaria research by Nick’s team, see the Telethon Kids Institute website.

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