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The research grant recipients used the 5th Annual Meeting of the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network in Bali to present and showcase their research projects and clinical projects.
See a snapshot of their research by downloading the posters below:
Dr Ari Winasti Satyagraha - Survey of G6PD variants on Sumba Island and development of PCR primers for each
Dr Noor Rain Abdullah - Improving the accuracy of Plasmodium Vivax case reporting using molecular methods
Dr Rintis Noviyanti - Genetic diversity of P. vivax in Indonesia
Country Partner Technical Program – 2012 Project Grants
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED - you can continue to view the applications forms and guidelines below.
APMEN is seeking applications for small to midsize P.vivax malaria projects focusing on diagnostics and surveillance or treatment trials. Projects must be from one of the 13 APMEN countries, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Republic of Korea, the Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vanuatu and Vietnam.
The thematic areas for this round are:
- Diagnostics and Surveillance
- Treatment trials for P.Vivax
Further details on these thematic areas are provided in the Guidelines (below).
- Can be submitted from individual or organisations from any of the countries listed above
- Must be endorsed by their respective country’s National Malaria Control Program
- Must be completed by the end of 2013
- Should be developed in line with the criteria listed in the Guidelines for applicants
Project proposals should be under AUD $50,000.
Guidelines for Applicants
Proposal Application Form
Appendix 1 - National Malaria Control Program Endorsement
Appendix 2 - Budget Template
Applications closed on 23 September, 2012
For further information please contact the Vivax Working Group Coordinating Team:
Dr Lorenz von Seidlein - Lorenz.VonSeidlein@menzies.edu.au
Kylie Mannion - Kylie.Mannion@menzies.edu.au
Left: Sarah Auburn, VxWG Research Officer, and APMEN Research Grant Round 1 recipients from the Jiangsu Institute of Parasitic Disease, China