Preliminary Program.

 
Meeting the Challenges of Malaria Elimination and Eradication
For full concurrent session details, please click on the session names within each pillar.

The future of health financing
Chair: Helen Saxenian, Results for Development
Confirmed Speaker:
Helen Saxenian, Results for Development

Accelerating malaria research & development through international collaborations (Sponsored by BVGH and WIPO)
Mr Charles Randolph,Global Health, World Intellectual Property Organisation
Ms Patricia Kelly, IP Australia
Dr Cathy Manner, BIO Ventures For Global Health
FITC Host/Fellow
Panel Discussion: Discuss the challenges of R&D in low-resource settings, the value of partnering with research institutes in malaria-endemic countries, and how to establish mutually-beneficial research collaborations.
Moderator: Mr Charles Randolph & Dr Cathy Manner;
Panel: Ms Patricia Kelly & FITC hosts & Fellows

Challenges of implementing new tools
Genomic surveillance as a tool to implement
Tupaia

8:30AM

 


 

9:00AM


 

9:30AM

 

10:00AM

PLENARY 9

Chair: A/ Prof Helen Evans, Nossal Institute for Global Health and Burnet Institute

Challenges of Malaria Eradication
Prof Sir Richard Feachem, University of California

PLENARY 10

Economic case & political will
Dr Rima Shretta, Asia Pacific Malaria Leaders Alliance

PLENARY 11

Financing for Global Health

MORNING TEA & NETWORKING

Innovative approaches to supporting affected persons voices to the table
Session by Comic Relief
Open for abstracts

10:30AM

Surveillance
Confirmed Speaker:
Prof Azra Ghani, Imperial College London

12:30PM

Lunch and Networking

 

P. vivax treatment and radical cure

*Details will be published shortly.

New tools and technologies: Challenges for elimination & eradication

*Details will be published shortly.

Maintaining momentum & strategies for the last mile: Elimination/Eradication lessons learnt

*Details will be published shortly.

Universal Access: Providing services to people where rountine services do not reach
Community level barriers to access
Shoko experiences: Karen views on community engagement for access
Burmese views on community engagement for access
Open for abstracts
Q&A

3:00PM

3:30PM

 


 

4:00PM

 


 

4:30PM

 

AFTERNOON TEA & NETWORKING

PLENARY 12

Chair: Prof Maxine Whittaker, James Cook University

Social movements and community engagements
Prof Lenore Manderson, Monash University

PLENARY 13

Chair: Prof Maxine Whittaker, James Cook University

Health Systems & Policy Research
Prof Marcel Tanner, Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi)

PANEL DISCUSSION

CONGRESS DINNER