Keystone Symposia SciTalk 2017: Sheila Ogoma
In collaboration with the Keystone Symposia, MESA brings you this SciTalk from the "Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication" conference in Uganda, February 2017
Title: "A low technology emanator treated with the volatile pyrethroid transfluthrin confers long-term protection against outdoor biting vectors of lymphatic filariasis, arboviruses and malaria"
Speaker: Sheila Ogoma, US National Research Council; US Army Medical Research Directorate, Kenya in Kisumu
The research mentioned here was conducted at the Ifakara Health Institute, Tanzania
In February 2017, malaria experts from around the world gathered in Kampala, Uganda at "Malaria: From Innovation to Eradication", a conference organized by Keystone Symposia in collaboration with MESA. SciTalks are in-conference short talks and poster presentations recorded on video and shared on the Internet, and are designed to extend the reach of the science present within each Keystone Symposia conference.
Read more about Sheila's work:
A low technology emanator treated with the volatile pyrethroid transfluthrin confers long term protection against outdoor biting vectors of lymphatic filariasis, arboviruses and malaria
Ogoma SB, Mmando AS, Swai JK, Horstmann S, Malone D, Killeen GF; PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2017
Spatial repellency of transfluthrin-treated hessian strips against laboratory-reared Anopheles arabiensis mosquitoes in a semi-field tunnel cage
Ogoma SB, Ngonyani H, Simfukwe ET, Mseka A, Moore J, Killeen GF; Parasites & Vectors, 2012