Preliminary Program.

 
 
WELCOME TO COUNTRY

8:30AM DR PEDRO ALONSO World Health Organisation
Malaria Today: The numbers
Chair: Prof Alan Lopez, The University of Melbourne

9:00AM PROF SIMON HAY University of Washington
Global numbers
Chair: Prof Alan Lopez, The University of Melbourne

9:30AM DR AWA COLL-SECK Minister of State Republic of Senegal
Drivers of the numbers in the region & what's the difference

10:00AM MORNING TEA & NETWORKING

10:30AM CONCURRENT 1

Peoples engagement in malaria programmes Scale-up & innovating with existing interventions Malaria elimination: whose business is it? Antimalarial drugs & health security Malaria vectors and transmission dynamics The malaria map & current challenges




Chair: Prof John Reeder,
TDR/World Health Organisation


Chair: Jane Halton,
Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations


Chair: Dr David Reddy
Medicines for Malaria Venture


Chair: Prof Janet Hemingway
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine


Chair: Prof Simon Hay
University of Washington



Lessons from community involvement from control to eliminate malaria
Dr Justin Cohen
Alan Court

Prof Janet Hemingway
Prof Alan Lopez
George Taleo
Lessons from the Pacific - Vanuatu
Dr Kimberley Lindblade

Prof James McCarthy
Prof Anthony James
Prof Lisa White
Albino Bobogare
Lessons learnt from Solomon Islands


Dr Patricia Graves*
Low dose primaquine for reducing Plasmodium falciparum transmission: systematic review and meta-analysis
Dr Gerry Killeen
Dr Caroline Buckee

Papua New Guinea: Working with communities for elimination


Rob Commons*
The effect of chloroquine dose and primaquine on Plasmodium vivax recurrence: an individual patient pooled analysis
Nancy Matowo*
Fine-scale spatial and temporal heterogeneities in insecticide resistance profiles of Anopheles arabiensis in rural south-eastern Tanzania
Prof Faith Osier
Edgar Pollard*
Where are people located when mosquitoes are biting in Solomon Islands


Rukhsana Ahmed*
Intermittent preventive treatment (IPT) or intermittent screening and treatment (IST) with dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine for the control of malaria in pregnancy (MiP) in Indonesia: an open label cluster-randomized controlled trial
Lauren Childs*
The Impact of within-vector dynamics on malaria parasite diversity
Melinda Hadi*
The threat of insecticide resistance for malaria control and elimination
Lisa Davidson*
Empowering communities in East New Britain, PNG to eliminate Plasmodium falciparum malaria


Ghizal Siddiqui*
Multi-omics analysis of artemisinin resistant Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasites demonstrates key roles of glutathione and haemoglobin metabolism
Tanya Russell*
Effective malaria control of outdoor-biting vectors with an indoor intervention


Q&A Panel


Sompob Saralamba (Australian Award Fellowship)
Vera Unwin*
A new simple test for the detection of insecticide resistance markers in mosquitoes


12:30PM LUNCH & NETWORKING

1:30PM CONCURRENT 2

Context & Community participation: what have we learnt Residual malaria transmission Resurgence & containing artemisinin resistance Maintaining national political leadership in the context of declining infection rates? Basic science informing malaria elimination Vaccines Mass drug administration for elimination




Chair: Dr Gerry Killeen,
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine








Chair: Prof Alan Cowman,
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, The University of Melbourne





Chair: Prof Arjen Dondorp
Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit



How does context affect participation?

Dr Maria Grillet
A perspective from Venezuala
Dr Paola Marchesini
Prof Georges Grau
Dr Ashley Birkett
Dr Lorenz Von Seidlein

Community engagement in malaria elimination: Perspectives from different RSC constituencies on partnering with communities


Hon Dr Rajitha Senaratne
Prof Celia Garcia

Open for abstracts
Dr Larry Slutsker




Rowena Martin*
Transporters as determinants of drug resistance in the malaria parasite

Prof Frank Smithuis




Darren Creek*
Elucidation of a novel nuclear mechanism of action for potent bis-triazine antimalarials

Tran Tinh

Panel - Lessons for action



Hyun Jae Lee*
Integrated pathogen load and dual transcriptome analysis of systemic host-pathogen interactions in severe malaria



3:00PM AFTERNOON TEA & NETWORKING

Global Health Security Session
3:30PM PROF DAVID HEYMANN Chatham House

Chair: Jane Halton, Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI)

4:00PM PLENARY

Chair: Jane Halton, Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI)

4:30PM PANEL DISCUSSION

5:30PM POSTER SESSION
 

* Speakers are from selected abstracts therefore biography may not be available.