Young Scientists’ Network
Target Malaria’s Young Scientist Network brings together students, interns and early career researchers and professionals involved in the partner institution of our project in order to provide a platform for sharing information, opportunities and advice to network across disciplines and geographies.
The objectives are for these team members to get access to training, networking and to grow their career and profiles. The members will also service as ambassadors to Target Malaria. Our young scientists participate in our digital campaigns. You can see their contributions on our Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.
In 2021 for World Malaria Day, they shared their thoughts on how their research is contributing to drawing the line against malaria through portraits and videos: “Target Malaria’s Young Scientists Draw the Line Against Malaria”.
Latest from the Young Scientists
What do you do with Target Malaria, and what do you enjoy about your work? I’m a Ph.D. student with Target Malaria Uganda at the
What do you do with Target Malaria, and what do you enjoy about your work? I am a laboratory technologist with Target Malaria Uganda, at
What do you do with Target Malaria and what do you enjoy about your work? I am a Molecular Biology technician for Target Malaria Burkina