The 2016 edition of the Science of Eradication: Malaria leadership development course will be hosted by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health. The course will provide individuals working in broad areas of malaria with a multidisciplinary perspective of disease eradication.
Faculty from the three partner institutions, as well as malaria experts from around the world, will share their expertise on a range of malaria topics including:
- past disease eradication efforts;
- malaria biology and epidemiology;
- vector and parasite biology;
- application of vector control, drug, and vaccine strategies;
- economic and financial tools and strategies;
- impact of social and political factors;
- surveillance techniques; and
- modeling to evaluate the effectiveness of eradication strategies.
This course is accredited (2 tropED ECTS credits) by the University of Barcelona.
Participants with diverse backgrounds in malaria control and research will contribute to dynamic discussions on themes of malaria control and eradication.