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Life on the edge: tackling Africa HAT on the edge of wilderness areas

Our proposal will study the interaction between humans, livestock and wildlife and the role of this transition zone in the transmission of trypanosomes at the edge of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. To assess whether focussed control of tsetse is effective, we will develop mathematical models of the transmission of trypanosomes in the transition zone from wildlife-dominated areas on the park boundaries through to livestock-dominated areas outside the parks. The models will enable us to predict the likely extent, duration and cost of interventions required to interrupt the transmission of trypanosomes at boundary areas. 

Countries: Tanzania

Molecular Characterisation of Anopheles gambiae Heme Oxygenase

Understanding how mosquitoes survive a blood meal

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Refining, reducing and replacing in vivo WHO-standard preclinical assays of snake venom pathology and antivenom efficacy

Refining, reducing and replacing in vivo WHO-standard preclinical assays of snake venom pathology and antivenom efficacy

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Diseases: Snakebite

Mechanism to reverse the neglect of snakebite victims

To understand the mechanism to reverse the neglect of snakebite victim

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Diseases: Snakebite

Use of tiny targets to control HAT in Chad

Explore the use of tiny targets to control Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) in Chad

Countries: Chad

Integrated HAT control - a model district in DRC

Determine the effectiveness of integrated control of Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) in a model district in DRC

Countries: Dem. Rep. of Congo

Effectiveness of tiny target technology in controlling tsetse vectors for HAT

To determine the effectiveness of tiny target technology in controlling tsetse vectors for Human African Trypanomiasis

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