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The Molecular and Medical Parasitology Group at St George’s University of London, led by Professor Sanjeev Krishna, is notable for the breadth of its research interests. Our ultimate aim is to improve the diagnosis, treatment and control of tropical parasitic diseases, including malaria – responsible for the deaths of nearly a million children a year – and sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis), and Ebola.

 

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screen shot 2015-01-19 at 12.26.01.pngThis must be the year we beat Ebola in West Africa
02 JANUARY 2015

Sanjeev Krishna receives funding from the World Health Organisation and the Wellcome Trust as part of a consortium...


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screen shot 2015-05-19 at 15.00.08.pngHandheld DNA analyser to tackle 125,000 African infant deaths a year

 

27 APRIL 2015

To mark World Malaria Day, it has been announced that a three-year project developing a handheld DNA analyser to..


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screen shot 2015-10-05 at 14.27.38.pngLaunch of crowdfunding campaign for Artesunate in the treatment of bowel cancer > THE TELEGRAPH 
22 SEPTEMBER 2015

Interview with Dorothy Bradshaw, whose tumour stopped growing after two weeks of taking the antimalarial drug Artesunate


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