In 2000, the MAM conference was conceived as a forum to present the very latest advances in malaria research and to consolidate and forge new collaborative links between international researchers, exchanging information on cutting-edge technological tools and scientific advances.
In 2020, more than 400 delegates are expected to participate the conference over the five days. The list of speakers will share their knowledge on new strategies to reduce the global burden of malaria. The interactive program will provide ample opportunities for researchers to present their research. In addition to the program, there will be workshops on key themes in malaria biology.
MAM 2020 will feature leading experts in the field while providing opportunities for young researchers and scientists from malaria endemic countries to showcase their research through selected talks and posters from submitted abstracts.