The PMI AIRS Project Presents at ASTMH


Combatting Resistance: New Approaches to Vector Control


Elizabeth Magnusson presents on the Zimbabwe Beneficiary Satisfaction Assessment to Guide Communication and Increase Acceptance of IRS

The PMI AIRS Project hosted a symposium at the 64th Annual American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Conference in Philadelphia, October 25-29, 2015, on Combatting Resistance: New Approaches to Vector Control. The symposium included presentations by PMI AIRS Technical Director Dereje Dengela; CDC Resident Advisor for President’s Malaria Initiative, Ghana, Dr. Philip Ricks; Dr. James W. Austin of BASF; and Director of the JHU/CCP Malaria Vector Control Project Dr. Matthew Lynch. Their presentations can be found here:

The Importance of Insecticide Resistance Monitoring to Maintain IRS Program Effectiveness

Application of New Approaches to Measuring Intensity of Insecticide Resistance

Chlorfenapyr_An important new tool for combatting insecticide resistance

Next-Generation LLINs_Programmatic Implications

The PMI AIRS Project also presented five posters at the conference:

Anopheles Gambiae s.l. Resistance to Pyrethroids, DDT and Malathion…

Anopheles Species Diversity, Behavior and Sporozoite Rates in Six States in Nigeria

Evidence of Mixed Function Oxidases Mechanism in Anopheles gambiae s.l. with Pyrethroid Resistance in Mali

The Effect on Malaria Burden after a change in insecticide for IRS in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Beneficiary Satisfaction Assessment

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