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Supplement Awards for the International Centers of Excellence for Malaria Research (ICEMR)

Competitive revisions are being used to support new or additional activities reflecting an expansion of the scope of the original 2010 ICEMR awards.

In August 2011, a Request for Applications was issued with the goal of fostering collaborations between immunologists and ICEMR investigators. In 2013, the following six awards were made, focusing on research to expand understanding of critical aspects of human immunology pertinent to malaria, by using state-of-the-art immunological methods to determine mechanisms of immunity and identify correlates of protection to natural malaria infection and disease in endemic areas.

PI Supplement PI ICEMR Project Title
Grant Dorsey Margaret Feeney East Afria Immune Protection from Malaria: Age, Exposure Intensity, and the T Cell Response
Jane Carlton Samuel C. Wassmer India Host Endothelial Response to TNF in Cerebral Malaria: Variations and Heritability
Terrie Taylor Johanna Daily Malawi Role of type INF I during mild Plasmodium falciparum infection and association with clinical disease in Malawi
Terrie Taylor David Russell Malawi The Role of Monocytes in the Pathology of Severe Malaria
James Kazura Christopher King SE Asia and SW Pacific IgG-mediated modulation of antibody production and B cell memory to malaria: Role of Fcgamma inhibitory receptors
James Kazura Phillip Felgner SE Asia and SW Pacific Worldwide Population Serological Response to Malaria during eradication

Last Updated March 29, 2015