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By combining laboratory investigations with studies in the field, we aim to improve the diagnosis, treatment and control of tropical parasitic diseases, including malaria and sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis). Our wide-ranging research encompasses the following areas:
Characterising key malaria parasite proteins and important drug targets.
Field studies to improve treatment and management of malaria.
Practical diagnostics for the developing world.
A point-of-care diagnostic for malaria.
Adapting antimalarials for use in cancer.
Developing an effective vaccine targeting Ebola virus disease.
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