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an infective disease caused by sporozoan parasites that are transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito

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Christophers became the first Director of the Bureau which became a centre of training and research in malariology and coordinated malaria problem throughout India.
In response to the malaria crisis in the Pacific, an Army School of Malariology was established in the Canal Zone to provide training and advanced instruction to medical and sanitary officers and enlisted technicians, who made up special vector control teams.
This difference in biological therapy--"White people respond best to tertian malaria (plasmodium vivax); negroes to quartan (plasmodium malariae)"--was acknowledged in the Journal of the National Medical Association and both the syphilology and malariology literature.
Dominici took over and designated Gabaldon as Director of Malariology (11,12).
The Field Unit in Assam is well equipped for providing logistics and technical support to collaborating agencies for carrying out research in malariology.
An external quality control of all blood slides was performed by an expert microscopist at the National Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology in Hanoi; the parasite densities were confirmed.
Rabha and Dipak Dutta, Division of Malariology, is acknowledged.
His main research interests are malariology, infectious disease surveillance, spatial epidemiology, and vector-borne disease.