Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute
- Why is the Government Spying on Mosquities? New Republic (Norris)
- New Johns Hopkins Research may unlock how mosquitoes expereince huma flavor Baltimore Sun (Potter)
- Fighting Malaria by Changing the Flavor of Humans Voice of America (Potter)
- Researchers identify fungus that makes mosquitoes more susceptible to malaria infection News-Medical.net (Dimopoulos)
- USAID awards Zika grant funding to three Johns Hopkins research teams Fox 45 News (Dimopoulos and McMeniman)
- Engineering Mosquitoes’ Genes to Resist Malaria. The New York Times. (Dimopoulos)
- New Concerns About Fighting Malaria. NPR The Diane Rehm Show. (Moss)
- Why a Vaccine that Works Only a Third of the Time is Still a Good Deal. NPR Goats and Soda. (Moss)
- Your Summertime Guide to Mosquitoes: Why They Like to Bite. The Washington Post. (Norris)
- Gains Being Made Against Malaria. Voice of America. (Moss)
- Malaria Eradication: Blocking Transmission to Mosquitoes. The Pharmaceutical Journal. (Dinglasan)
- A Conversation with Peter Agre (video recording). Neill, Ushma. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. (Agre)
- To beat malaria and dengue, vaccinate the mosquitoes.Science. (Dimopoulos)
Every year malaria afflicts 225 million people with acute disease and kills nearly 800,000.
The Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute’s state-of-the-art facility is the hub for a community of multidisciplinary researchers dedicated to treat, control and eradicate this deadly disease.
Focused on four major areas of research: Entomology, Parasitology, Epidemiology and Immunology, JHMRI boasts experts from around the globe, all working to prevent and cure malaria.