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Wolbachia

Monash University’s Eliminate Dengue Program partners with Pacific to combat mosquito-borne diseases

Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced in Suva today a new partnership between Monash University’s Eliminate Dengue Program (EDP) and the Fijian, Vanuatu and Kiribati health authorities to pilot an innovative approach to protecting

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Eliminate Dengue Program establishes partnership with Sri Lanka

Today, the Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced that Monash University’s EDP will establish a research partnership with the Sri Lankan Ministry of Health to seek a solution to the dengue burden.

Industry & partnerships
EDP

Eliminate Dengue Program recognised for research excellence by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council

Monash University’s Eliminate Dengue Program (EDP) was awarded the top ranking Program Grant at the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Research Excellence Awards tonight.

Science
Wolbachia

A$7 million awarded to Eliminate Dengue Program to combat mosquito-borne viruses

The Eliminate Dengue Program (EDP) led from Monash University has received AUD$7 million from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to continue development of its unique defence against mosquito-borne viruses.

Research
Wolbachia was transferred from the fruit fly to Aedes aegypti mosquitoes by microinjection at Monash University

Eliminate Dengue global program expands to partner with India

The Eliminate Dengue Program (EDP) led from Monash University, announced today a new project in India to combat dengue and other mosquito-borne diseases using the program’s innovative, self-sustaining Wolbachia method.

Science
Eliminate Dengue

Critical weapon in the fight against Zika to target Latin America

International research led by Monash University will be expanded in Colombia and Brazil following the announcement today of USD18 million to combat Zika and other mosquito-borne viruses in Latin America.

Science
Vector-borne diseases are illnesses transmitted by blood-feeding insects ? predominantly mosquitoes, but also fleas, mites, ticks, lice and biting flies.

New vector-borne disease institute

Monash has established a new research institute dedicated to addressing the global burden of vector-borne diseases. Vector-borne diseases are illnesses transmitted by blood-feeding insects – predominantly mosquitoes, but also fleas,...

Vector-borne diseases are illnesses transmitted by blood-feeding insects ? predominantly mosquitoes, but also fleas, mites, ticks, lice and biting flies.

New vector-borne disease institute

Monash has established a new research institute dedicated to addressing the global burden of vector-borne diseases. Vector-borne diseases are illnesses transmitted by blood-feeding insects – predominantly mosquitoes, but also fleas,...