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ASTMH 2020

Join us at ASTMH 2020

Thank you for joining us at the 69th annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. You can find access to presentations and posters given at ASTMH 2020 through the below pages. We will also be operating a virtual booth for those attending the conference, giving you an opportunity to chat with our team.

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Malaria Consortium at  ASTMH 2020

Monday 16 November Poster session A: 13:30 - 15:00 US Eastern Time
Leo Braack Community-driven vector control for dengue prevention in the Greater Mekong Subregion
  Scientific Session 18: Global Health: Planetary Health and Malaria 15:00-16:45 US Eastern Time
Olusola Oresanya Co-implementing Vitamin A supplementation with SMC in Sokoto State, Nigeria: a pilot implementation study
Tuesday 17 November
Poster Session B: 11:45-13:15 US Eastern Time 
Jimmy Aiden 
Pharmacovigilance in seasonal malaria chemoprevention in northern Nigeria
Patricia Mukose
Health workers' malaria case management practices in South Central Uganda 2017-2019
Kevin Baker 
Identifying Mozambican community health workers’ knowledge, attitudes and practices around COVID-19
Chinazo Ujuju
Improving malaria funding by strengthening awareness and coverage of the state health insurance scheme among women of reproductive age in Nigeria
Emily Goodwin 
Effectiveness of long lasting insecticidal nets and intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy uptake among pregnant women attending antenatal care in Uganda
Abimbola Phillips 
Investigating fever occurrence among under-fives and seasonal malaria chemoprevention protocol adherence in northern Nigeria
John Baptist Bwanika
Trends in malaria morbidity and mortality rates in Uganda: A four-year retrospective study
Patrick Bukoma 
Quality of care for children with malaria at private health facilities in Uganda: A cross-sectional study
Wednesday 18 November  Poster Session C: 11:45-13:15 US Eastern Time  
Laura Donovan
Perceptions of the feasibility and acceptability of extending the delivery of seasonal malaria chemoprevention to older children in Chad
Taiwo Ibinaiye 
Measuring the impact of SMC using propensity score matching for counterfactuals in four malaria-burdened states in Nigeria
  Scientific Session 92: Malaria: SMC and Beyond 13:45 - 15:30 US Eastern Time 
Sol Richardson 
Assessing the impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention on suspected and confirmed malaria cases in Chad using routine clinical data, 2013–2018
Monica Anna de Cola 
An ecological analysis exploring the impact of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Burkina Faso using national household surveys (2010–2017)
Adama Traore 
Extending seasonal malaria chemoprevention to five cycles: A feasibility and acceptability study in Cascades region, Burkina Faso
Thursday 19 November 
Symposium 13:00 – 14:45 US Eastern Time 
Olatunde Adesoro
Piloting Reveal for use in seasonal malaria chemoprevention in Nigeria

 

Meet the team

Alongside Malaria Consortium staff presenting at the conference, members of our senior technical and research teams will be available to talk with attendees of the conference about our work. If you are not attending ASTMH 2020, contact us at info@malariaconsortium.org to have a conversation. 

 

   

Dr James Tibenderana

Dr James Tibenderana is Malaria Consortium’s Technical Director. He provides strategic technical oversight to the organisation’s work globally.  

 
   

Maddy Marasciulo-Rice 

Maddy Marasciulo-Rice is Case Management Specialist at Malaria Consortium. Maddy provides technical support to global country programmes on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of malaria, pneumonia, diarrhoea, malnutrition and dengue. She also serves as Malaria Consortium's US representative.

 
   

Charlotte Ward

Charlotte Ward is Senior Research Specialist at Malaria Consortium. Charlotte is responsible for delivery of scientifically robust research outputs, design of study protocols, design of data collection materials and data analyses for multiple country projects in low-resource settings across Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia.