The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has recently named Case Western Reserve University the lead institution of an International Center of Excellence for Malaria Research. The $7.9M seven-year grant will be lead by principal investigator James Kazura, MD, Director of the Center for Global Health and Diseases, and will work to eliminate Malaria worldwide.
The prestigious center is one of ten new malaria research centers around the world. James Kazura, MD, Professor of International Health and Medicine at Case Western Reserve University will serve as the principal investigator of a project titled "Research to Control and Eliminate Malaria in SE Asia and SW Pacific."
Click here to learn more about the project in the article in Medicus, the bi-annual magazine published by the CWRU School of Medicine.