The Wall Street Journal

11/23/2019 Takeda’s Dengue Vaccine Shows Promise

This article is about research data released at the 2019 Annual Meeting in National Harbord, MD.

BBC

11/22/2019 Bacterial allies make dengue fever cases dive

This article is about research released at the 2019 Annual Meeting in National Harbord, MD.

Devex

11/22/2019 Malaria: New chemical formulation for bed nets shows promising results

This article is about research released at the 2019 Annual Meeting in National Harbord, MD.

The Associated Press

11/21/2019 Bacteria-infected mosquitoes take bite out of deadly dengue

This article is about research released at the 2019 Annual Meeting in National Harbord, MD.

NPR

11/21/2019 Infecting Mosquitoes With Bacteria Could Have A Big Payoff

This article is about research released at the 2019 Annual Meeting in National Harbord, MD.

Scientific American

07/23/2019 Why the WHO’s Emergency Declaration for Ebola Is a Big Deal

A Q&A with ASTMH President Chandy C. John, MD, MS, FASTMH, about the WHO's declaration that the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a public health emergency of international concern.

Reuters

07/18/2019 WHO flags Ebola risk in Rwanda, but then withdraws its report

This article references the ASTMH statement about the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that the Society released July 18.

The New York Times

07/12/2019 In Hawaii, Rat Lungworm Disease Infects People but Eludes Researchers

This article reports on a study appearing in the July 2019 issue of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene about cases of angiostrongyliasis, or rat lungworm, in Hawaii.

The New York Post

07/09/2019 Poop-eating slugs are infecting Hawaiians with brain parasites

This article reports on a study appearing in the July 2019 issue of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene about cases of angiostrongyliasis, or rat lungworm, in Hawaii.

Infectious Diseases in Children

07/08/2019 Bednet monitor shows families’ irregular use of malaria prevention strategy

This article reports on a study in the July 2019 issue of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene about a remote electronic monitoring device sewn into the fabric of long-lasting insecticide bednets to track bednet use among families at risk for malaria infection in Africa. 

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