Webinar: Addressing the threat of antimalarial drug resistance to malaria elimination in Southeast Asia

07.00, Thursday 29 October 2020

The Academy of Medical Sciences, the Thai Academy of Science and Technology, and Thailand’s National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology are convening a virtual policy workshop on antimalarial drug resistance in Southeast Asia on 28-29 October 2020.

The second day of this event, 29 October 2020, 07:00-09:45 UK time, will be livestreamed and available to view via the Academy's website and Youtube channel.


Please sign up using the booking form on this page to receive the stream link. 

The main objective of this workshop is to discuss the ‘state of play’ of antimalarial drug resistance in the Southeast Asia region and identify priority areas for research and intervention. In addition, the workshop will provide a platform for countries to share knowledge and successful approaches on how to tackle the challenge of drug resistance. To achieve this, our aims are as follows:

  • Bring together evidence from all countries in the region on the current state of play of antimalarial drug resistance.
  • Identify country/region specific and shared research challenges and barriers to managing drug resistance.
  • Provide a platform for different countries to share their research experiences, challenges and successes to allow countries to learn from one another.
  • Agree on a list of research priorities and solutions to overcome the identified barriers, which can be addressed on a regional level.

Further information on this event can be found on our dedicated policy page.


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