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Menzies School of Health Research - Contract Research

SAPOT Clinical Trial: Treatment in pregnancy to prevent malaria

Indicative Funding
$10,000 over 1 year (administered by Menzies School of Health Research)
Summary
The project aims to provide the Papua New Guinea National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) and WHO with evidence to determine whether monthly intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy (IPTp) with sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP) plus dihydroartemsinin-piperaquine (DP) is a safe and efficacious alternative to the current strategy of IPTp with SP to control malaria infection in pregnant women and improve birth outcomes.
Investigators
Melanie Koinari in collaboration with Stephan Karl (Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine)
Keywords
Malaria; IPTP; Papua New Guinea; Pregnancy

Vanilla Mozi Pty Ltd - Contract Research

Evaluation of insecticidal and repellency efficacy of Vanilla Mozi products (topical) against Aedes aegypti colony mosquitoes.

Indicative Funding
$9,750
Summary
This project is about testing the mosquito repellency of a topical lotion product manufactured by Vanilla Mozzi using colony Ae. aegypti mosquitoes.
Investigators
Melanie Koinari, Stephan Karl and Michael Townsend (Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine)
Keywords
Mosquito Repellent; Aedes aegypt; Vanilla Mozi

Department of Industry - Innovations Connections

Testing of insecticidal and repellency

Indicative Funding
$49,214 over 1 year, in partnership with Australian Blue Cypress Pty Ltd ($49,214)
Summary
Testing the mosquito repellency of a topical lotion product manufactured by Australian Blue Cypress P/L (ABCPL) using colony Ae. aegypti mosquitoes in order to provide data for accreditation by the Australian pesticides and veterinary medicines authority (APVMA).
Investigators
Stephan Karl and Melanie Koinari (Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine)
Keywords
Mosquito repellent; Aedes aegypti; Kakadu Blue

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