- — Russell Stothard (@StothardRuss)Thu, Jul 06 2017 12:35:42
- In discussing control of Schistosomiasis with @ScienceMag, how pesticides are affecting insects that help reduce the snail population transmitting Schistosomiasis
- Then, at the ISNTD Bites event, Prof. Stothard delves into research on snail control in interrupting Schisto transmission.
- — ISNTD (@ISNTD_Press)Wed, Jul 19 2017 08:35:57
- — ISNTD (@ISNTD_Press)Wed, Jul 19 2017 08:38:35
- — ISNTD (@ISNTD_Press)Wed, Jul 19 2017 08:42:47
- — ISNTD (@ISNTD_Press)Wed, Jul 19 2017 08:44:30
- — COUNTDOWNonNTDS (@NTDCOUNTDOWN)Thu, Jul 20 2017 09:28:41Mapping people's interaction with their environment is very helpful in discerning how transmission could occur over a long period of time. https://twitter.com/ISNTD_Press/status/887593981416275968 …
- — ISNTD (@ISNTD_Press)Wed, Jul 19 2017 08:45:06
ISNTD Bites 2017: COUNTDOWN Discusses Schistosomiasis Interruption
Prof. Russell Stothard gave a presentation Interrupting Schistosomiasis Transmission: Taking sensible steps in Snail Control in Cameroon, one of the partner countries where COUNTDOWN is conducting research to inform how to cost-effectively upscale MDA programmes.