We are working with the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium, also known as CDISC, to develop a malaria data standard. We urge all involved in malaria studies and / or malaria clinical trials to use this opportunity to comment on ... Read more
Launch of the Infectious Diseases Data Observatory (IDDO)
Born out of the success of the WWARN, IDDO is applying the data sharing principles, processes and expertise developed for malaria to other neglected and emerging infectious diseases.Learn more
Explore our latest publications
Clinical determinants of early parasitological response to ACTs in African patients with uncomplicated falciparum malaria: a literature review and meta-analysis of individual patient data BMC Medicine, 2015; 13(1): 212 Doi: 10.1186/s12916-015-0445-x PMID: 26343145 Read this and moreLearn more
Get involved with WWARN
WWARN invites scientists and clinical investigators working not just in malaria research, but other neglected tropical diseases to get involved in the collaboration. Find out how.Learn more
Watch our partners discuss their collaboration with WWARN
WWARN's video library gives an insight into how WWARN and partners are building capacity around the world and supporting the output of high quality dataLearn more
Over the next few months, the WWARN team will be busy travelling to international and regional conferences. We hope to see you there soon. If you’re not attending, we will share highlights before, during and after the conferences via our ... Read more
Earlier this year, WWARN conducted a survey of researchers who had contributed data to the WWARN platform. The aim was to understand researcher preferences about how your data are accessed and used thereafter. In response to this feedback, WWARN is ... Read more
The WWARN Pharmacology Proficiency Testing (PT) programme has been granted official Proficiency Testing Provider accreditation according to International Organization for Standardisation ISO 17043:2010 - one of the highest achievements in international standards for proficiency testing. Read more
Geospatial modelling can use the prevalence of antimalarial drug resistance markers in sampled sites to identify areas where there is insufficient evidence to predict the prevalence of those markers in unsampled locations. A team of WWARN contributors recently published a ... Read more
Tropical Medicine Global Health Seminar presented by Erin Coonahan, in conjunction with www.wwarn.org on 22nd September 2016, University of Oxford. See also WWARN's space on The Global ...
On Monday, 25 April a group of leading researchers will mark World Malaria Day and the global drive to ‘End Malaria for Good’. Philippe Guérin from the WorldWide Antimalarial Resistance ...
Recorded 29 June 2015, Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, University of Oxford Professor Kevin Marsh Senior Advisor, African Academy of Sciences and Professor of Tropical Medicine, University of ...