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malariology

(məˌlɛərɪˈɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Medicine) the study of malaria
maˌlariˈologist n

malariology

Rare. the study of malaria. — malariologist, n.
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Mark Boyd, a world-renowned malariologist with the Rockefeller Foundation, was seeking an entomologist to conduct malaria research and establish an insectary to rear Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say (Diptera: Culicidae) (Dr.
Dr Garver is a Malariologist in the Vector and Parasite Biology Department, Entomology Branch, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Silver Spring, Maryland.
Microscopy examination was utilized by a well-trained malariologist in health centers and a parasitologist.
Professor N H Swellengrebel, another world-renowned malariologist, from the University of Amsterdam, visited SA in the latter half of 1930 and was accompanied by De Meillon and Siegfried Annecke on a tour of the Lowveld areas to investigate the malaria situation.
For example, one malariologist working in Indochina was influenced by the minister of health in France, Justin Godart, who wrote: 'Medicine should be today the adviser of the Nation as it was that of the family in the past, and it is necessary to picture from now on a collective and social medicine that follows the natural evolution of Societies.' (24) Furthermore, the growing threat of the Japanese military in the 1930s, tourism, and changing regimes of international governance encouraged malaria control experts to view their work through the lens of patriotism.
Their topics include the Apicomplexan genomic landscape: the evolutionary context of Plasmodium, Plasmodium genomics and the art of sequencing malaria parasite genomes, Plasmodium experimental genetic crosses, the invasion of host red blood cells by malaria parasites, host cell remodeling and protein trafficking, and the malariologist's molecular toolbox.
The Davsons were uncharacteristically progressive capitalists in colonial Guyana, being pioneers of reform in health (employing the great malariologist, Dr.
As one malariologist puts it, "You can do a lot of good with bed nets, but in the end you have to give power to the people who are at risk."
Giemsa-stained blood smears were read in each center by a trained malariologist. Women with a malaria infection (P.