Prof M Donnelly: Insecticide resistance threatens malaria control in Africa

In the media
30 November 2017
BBC Radio 4 Today Programme

Prof Martin Donnelly spoke to BBC Radio 4 Today Programme on the latest published findings of the Anopheles gambiae 1000 genomes project.

Prof. Martin Donnelly. Photo credit: Thomas Farnetti

The largest ever genetic study of the malaria vector has concluded that the ability of mosquitos to resist insecticides is evolving rapidly and is spreading across Africa. Professor Martin Donnelly of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine discusses the latest findings of the Ag1000g project.

Listen to the interview online as of 2:43:20 onwards