Next-generation researchers: in malaria and beyond

2020
Next-generation researchers

Next-generation researchers in malaria and other neglected diseases discuss their work and aspirations.

What motivated you to work in the field of malaria?

Five malaria researchers from Brazil, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Indonesia, and The Gambia share their motivations for choosing to join the fight against malaria through research and advocacy.

Featured: Dr Jane Achan (Medical Research Council Unit, The Gambia), Olivia Ngou (Impact Santé Afrique, Cameroon), Dr Caroline Aguiar (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil), Dr Daniel Yilma (Jimma University, Ethiopia), Dr Rukhsana Ahmed (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK)

What research project are you currently working on?

Upcoming researchers in malaria and neglected diseases give us a glimpse into their work and discuss some of the projects they are currently involved in.

Featured: Nina Brunner (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland), Dr Jane Achan (Medical Research Council Unit, The Gambia), Dr Daniel Yilma (Jimma University, Ethiopia), Dr Caroline Aguiar (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil), Dr Kirandeep Samby (MMV Open)

What are your aspirations in the fight against malaria?

Malaria and neglected diseases researchers from Cameroon, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Switzerland, and The Gambia share their aspirations for the fight against malaria and what they hope to achieve in the next 20 years.

Featured: Dr Jane Achan (Medical Research Council Unit, The Gambia), Nina Brunner (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland), Dr Rukhsana Ahmed (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK), Olivia Ngou (Impact Santé Afrique, Cameroon), Dr Daniel Yilma (Jimma University, Ethiopia)