World Mosquito Day 2020
World Mosquito Day was first established in 1897, when the link between mosquitoes and malaria transmission was discovered by Sir Ronald Ross. It aims to raise awareness about the causes of malaria and how it can be prevented. It is also a salute to the groundbreaking work of Sir Ross and scientists who have followed him.
At Glasgow we are proud to support our world-changers who are working with partners throughout the world to understand, treat and prevent Malaria.
Malaria research at Glasgow
Research on brain swelling in children with cerebral malaria reveals potential new treatment approach
Wed, 24 Jun 2020 17:00:00 BST
Through investigating the causes of brain swelling in cerebral malaria – a devastating parasitic disease that is fatal for one in five children – scientists have found a potential new treatment approach that could be safely used to improve outcome