RSTMH Christmas Lecture, why has Malaria elimination stalled?

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Wednesday, 13 December 2017 - 5:15pm to 7:00pm

We are delighted to announce that our RSTMH Christmas Lecture will be delivered by Professor Janet Hemingway CBE at the Nuffield Lecture Theatre, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine on Wednesday 13 December 2017.

Professor Hemingway initially trained as a geneticist and is currently Professor of Insect Molecular Biology and Director of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, with 450 staff based in Liverpool, Malawi and several other tropical locations. She has 38 years’ experience working on the biochemistry and molecular biology of specific enzyme systems associated with xenobiotic resistance. She has been PI on projects well in excess of £60 million including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded Innovative Vector Control Consortium.

The Christmas Lecture is an event not to be missed, please register below. 

 

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