malariologist


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malariologist

A healthcare worker whose professional focus is on the study and management of malaria.
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Tender notice number : dhsj/larvicides & inseeticides for state malariologist, j&k state, jammu/02 of 2019
The outcome was that three senior WHO personnel were posted to Tzaneen from 1973 to 1976--a medical malariologist (Dr J Lilyveld), an entomologist (Dr A Smith) and a malaria technical officer seconded from USAID (Mr J Thompson).
When malaria became more widespread in the 1940s, the government in Ecuador brought in the US malariologist Henry Hanson, who identified An.
At various times, he worked as a medical officer in a field ambulance and casualty clearing station, a pathologist in a general hospital, and, most prominently, as a malariologist. For his work in combating malaria in Papua New Guinea, he was made Member of The Order of the British Empire.
In this climate of optimism, the Italian malariologist Alberto Missiroli convinced civil authorities in Italy to conduct a massive malaria control program.
He has field experience as an associate malariologist with the World Health Organization.
In memoriam Javier Benzaquen Garcia, a young Loreto malariologist (died in October 1998).
knowlesi strains that had been studied in earlier years displayed distinct biologic characteristics, which in some cases led malariologists to propose distinct P.
(3) some renowned malariologists have even considered spleen examination superior to the blood eamination.
Thus, if we analyse the two important epidemiological and clinical issues faced by malariologists since the beginning of this century, our study has some important observations to mention.
Each point of concern and suggested amendments for the 'Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment of Malaria in India 2011', as mentioned in this study, must be rigorously examined through a wide scale multi-disciplinary consultative process essentially involving but not limited to the policy makers, health administrators, malariologists, pharmacologists, community medicine experts, general medicine experts, international and national public health interventionists, field personnel, consultants etc.