The Center for Global Infectious and Parasitic Diseases works to advance progress toward control and, where possible, elimination of infectious diseases. Within the Center, the Malaria Elimination Initiative works to accelerate local and global malaria elimination and eradication efforts through research, capacity development, technical assistance, and consensus building. The Center for Global Infectious and Parasitic Diseases also focuses on the control of visceral leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, and other neglected tropical diseases.
- Center for Global Infectious and Parasitic Diseases Director, Caryn Bern, MD, MPH
- Malaria Elimination Initiative, Allison Tatarsky, MPH
Malaria Elimination Initiative
Since 2007, the Malaria Elimination Initiative has been working alongside malaria endemic countries and partners to advance malaria policy and practice. Our multidisciplinary team of experts pioneers innovative, evidence-based solutions to accelerate progress towards ending transmission of this deadly disease.
CARE-India (visceral leishmaniasis)
University of Nevada Las Vegas and Baylor School of Medicine (Chagas disease)
UC Berkeley, UC Davis and Lawrence Livermore National Labs (COVID wastewater surveillance)