Researchers wanted to see if changes in people’s odor due to malaria infection could identify malaria cases.
Scientists wanted to know if they could use bacteria to reduce mosquitoes’ ability to transmit viruses.
Scientists collected five species of sand flies from five different countries to find out what exactly these insects eat.
Scientists gathered information on every birth in Brazil since the beginning of the Zika outbreak to search for a connection between the virus and microcephaly.
Scientists wanted to track malaria hotspots in Bangladesh and their changes through time.
Researchers wanted to know how people in Haiti perceive malaria and whether they would accept the interventions the government has planned to eliminate this disease.
Scientists wanted to find out if mass drug administration is an effective tool for malaria control.
Researchers created a mathematical model which allowed them to calculate the likelihood of mosquitoes or humans on planes spreading a disease.
Researchers wanted to create a reliable mathematical model to estimate mosquito population measures.
Scientists look for a way to prevent Zika virus infection which doesn’t involve vaccine development.