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1400 – 1800 Registration opens Convention Centre Foyer
1400 – 1530 Arrival of attendees
1430 – 1800 Prayer room opens The Observatory
1430 – 1930 Nursing room opens Heritage 2
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Opening Plenary
Chairs: Assoc Prof Chris Tonkin, Assoc Prof Michelle Boyle
Convention Centre
1600 – 1610 Welcome by the Committee
1640 – 1740 Keynote SpeakerNew Tools and Strategies for Malaria Elimination
Jean-Luc Bodmer, Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationJean-Luc Bodmer, based in Seattle, WA, US, is currently a Senior Program Officer at Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, bringing experience from previous roles at Seres Therapeutics, Genocea and EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne).

1740 – 1750 Professor Julian Rayner, University of Cambridge, UK
Tribute to Dominic Kwiatowski
1800 – 1930 Welcome Reception
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0800 – 1800
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Registration opens Convention Centre Foyer
0800 – 1830 Speakers room opens Boardroom 1
0830 – 1500 Exhibition opens Convention Centre Foyer
0830 – 2000 Prayer room opens The Observatory
0830 – 2000 Nursing room opens Heritage 2
0745 – 0840 Breakfast Workshop for Early Career Researchers
Heritage Ballroom
0845 – 1820 Live streaming of the plenary at the Family Room and Heritage Ballroom Heritage 3
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Life Cycle Biology – pre-Erythrocytic
Chairs: Professor Geoff Mcfadden, Dr Scott Lindner
Convention Centre
0845 – 0910 Keynote SpeakerWhen is an infected mosquito an infectious mosquito?
Photini Sinnis, Johns Hopkins University, USAProfessor Sinnis MD is Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and one of the Deputy Directors of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute.

0910 – 0935 Keynote SpeakerA new look at parasite formation in mosquito stages
Friedrich Frischknecht, Heidelberg University, GermanyProfessor Frischknecht studied biochemistry at the Free University of Berlin and did his PhD at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg working on how poxviruses use the actin cytoskeleton to spread.

0935 – 0950 Elimination of intra-hepatocytic malaria parasites requires GABARAPs, reactive oxygen species and lysosomal fusion but not nitric oxide production
Hardik PatelSeattle Children’s Research Institute
0950 – 0955 Mini break
0955 – 1020 Keynote SpeakerUnveiling the biology of Plasmodium vivax hypnozoites with single-cell transcriptomics
Liliana Mancio-Silva, Institute Paster, FranceDr Liliana Mancio-Silva is currently a research associate at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) and a group leader at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, France. Her primary.

1020 – 1035 Characterisation of the Apicomplexa-specific zinc-finger protein (ZINGER) family in Plasmodium and identification of their RNA-targets and protein interactome
Lauren CarruthersUniversity of Glasgow
1035 – 1050 SHIFTiKO – A scalable inducible gene knockout system for Plasmodium falciparum
Abhinay RamaprasadFrancis Crick Institute
1050 – 1120 Morning Refreshments + Exhibition Viewing Convention Centre Foyer
Molecular Epidemiology & Population genetics
Chairs: Professor Alyssa Barry, Dr Katherine O’Flaherty
Convention Centre
1120 – 1145 Keynote SpeakerIntegrating malaria molecular epidemiology into routine surveillance
Isabella Oyier, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust, KenyaIsabella Oyier is the Head of the Biosciences Department at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Program (KWTRP), an Associate Professor, Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford a Calestous Juma Fellow, funded by the.

1145 – 1200 Impact of β-thalassaemia on Plasmodium falciparum red cell invasion and development: insights from a recall-by-genotype study conducted in Kilifi, Kenya
Alexander Waiganjo MachariaKEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme
1200 – 1215 Genome to function: Global analysis of P. malariae WGS hints at pyrimethamine resistance, validated using ortholog replacement in P. knowlesi.
Amy IbrahimLondon School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
1215 – 1220 Mini Break
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1220 – 1245 Keynote SpeakerGenetic reconstruction of Plasmodium vivax lineages: insights on parasite biology and epidemiology
Sarah Auburn, Menzies School of Health Research, AustraliaAssociate Professor Sarah Auburn is a molecular biologist, whose passion is using genetics/genomics to learn about the biology and the epidemiology of pathogens and their hosts. In pursuit of this interest, she.

1245 – 1300 Antigenic variation of malaria parasites counteracts the host immune system
Yannick HöppnerBernhard-Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine
1300 – 1325 Keynote SpeakerGenetic surveillance of Plasmodium parasites to support National Malaria Control Program
Nguyen Thanh Thuy Nhien, Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, VietnamDr Thuy Nhien is currently Vice Head of Malaria Research at OUCRU-VN. Dr Thuy Nhien received PhD in Life Sciences (in field of Malaria Molecular Biology) in Kyoto, Japan and joined OUCRU.

1430 – 1600 Free Time
Life Cycle Biology – Blood stage – 1
Chairs: Professor Alan Cowman, Dr Hayley Bullen
Convention Centre
1600 – 1625 Keynote SpeakerIn situ structural study of the rhoptry secretion system
Yi-Wei Chang, University of Pennsylvania, USAYi-Wei Chang is an Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine in the United States. Yi-Wei received his PhD in structural biology from National .

1625 – 1650 Keynote SpeakerThe mechanisms underlying coordinated gene activation and silencing for antigenic variation by Plasmodium falciparum
Kirk Deitsch, Cornell University, USAKirk Deitsch is a Professor in the Microbiology and Immunology Department and co-Chair of the Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology Graduate Program at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, USA.

1650 – 1705 A study of Plasmodium falciparum merozoite-erythrocyte attachment using optical tweezers and microfluidics sheds new light on molecular interaction of invasion
Emma JonesUniversity of Cambridge
1705 – 1720 Cross species importance and functional characterisation of merozoite surface proteins
Danny WilsonThe University of Adelaide
1720 – 1725 Mini Break
1725 – 1750 Keynote SpeakerResolving the spatial proteome of Plasmodium falciparum asexual stages and their interaction with the erythrocyte
Ross Waller, University of Cambridge, UKRoss Waller completed a PhD in 2000 at the University of Melbourne working on the newly discovered remnant plastid in apicomplexan parasites. He undertook postdoctoral training from 2000-3 as a Peter Doherty.

1750 – 1805 Plasmodium merozoites require two rhoptries for erythrocyte invasion
Vasant MuralidharanUniversity of Georgia
1805 – 1820 A system to study switching, binding, trafficking and interactors of the major P. falciparum virulence factor PfEMP1
Tobias SpielmannBernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine
1820 – 1945 Nightly Dinner (Ticketed) Seagrass Lawns
Flash Talks A
Chairs: Dr Rhea Longley, Dr Emma McHugh
Convention Centre
1945 – 2030 Assessing the immunomodulatory potential of Ruxolitinib during controlled human malaria infection
Luzia BukaliQIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
The role of reticulocyte binding-like (RBL) and Duffy binding-like (DBL) proteins in host cell tropism during erythrocyte invasion
Sophia DonVitoLondon School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Are you sleeping? Understanding mechanisms of Plasmodium falciparum oocyst dormancy in response to stress
Esrah DuHarvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health
The genetically encoded calcium indicator GCaMP3 reveals spontaneous calcium oscillations at asexual stages of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum
Célia GarciaFaculdade de Ciências Farmacêuticas da Universidade de São Paulo – FCF/USP
A sticky situation: the influence of microvessel mechanics on cerebral malaria pathogenesis
Matt GovendirEMBL Barcelona
Proliferation and spread of Plasmodium falciparum kelch13 C580Y mutations in parasite populations on the north coast of Papua New Guinea
Dulcie Lautu-GumalBurnet Institute
A conserved molecular mechanism of erythrocyte invasion by malaria parasites
Benjamin SeagerWalter and Eliza Hall Institute
Artemisinin-resistant Kelch13 mutations are associated with reduced drug activation and enhanced antioxidant capacity, which can be targeted to overcome resistance
Ghizal SiddiquiMonash University
Deconvolving genetic complexity in Plasmodium vivax infections
Edwin SutantoExeins Health Initiative
Identification of a key regulatory mechanism influencing var switching and antigenic variation in Plasmodium falciparum
Joseph VisoneWeill Cornell Medicine
Development of gene drives to directly target malaria parasites
Mary-Louise WildeUniversity of Melbourne
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0830 – 1800
1915 – 2030
Registration opens Convention Centre Foyer
0815 – 1830 Speakers room opens Boardroom 1
0830 – 1500 Exhibition opens Convention Centre Foyer
0830 – 1930 Prayer room opens The Observatory
0830 – 1930 Nursing room opens Heritage 2
0845 – 1810 Live streaming of the plenary at the Family Room and Heritage Ballroom Heritage 3
Heritage Ballroom
Drug Development and Resistance – 1
Chairs: Assoc Prof Darren Creek, Dr Adele Lehane
Convention Centre
0845 – 0910 Keynote SpeakerThe Direct Approach: The Role of Chemical Proteomics in Anti-malarial Target Deconvolution
Susan Wyllie, University of Dundee, UKUniversity of Dundee Dr Susan Wyllie gained her PhD at the University of Edinburgh in 1999 following studies of the parasitic bacteria, Chlamydia psittaci. Following a 3-year postdoc at the University of .

0910 – 0925 Confirmed artemisinin partial resistance but high efficacy of artemether-lumefantrine and artesunate-amodiaquine in North-western Tanzania
Deusdedith Rwegasira Simon IshengomaNational Institute for Medical Research
0925 – 0940 Malaria in 2024: triple combinations of antimalarials. How do we get there?
Belen TornesiMedicine for Malaria Venture
0940 – 0945 Mini Break
0945 – 1010 Keynote SpeakerTargeting Plasmodium kinases and haemozoin formation with dual inhibitors
Kelly Chibale, University of Cape Town, South AfricaKelly Chibale is a full Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Cape Town (UCT) where he holds the Neville Isdell Chair in African-centric Drug Discovery & Development. He is also.

1010 – 1025 Novel Plasmodium falciparum genetic crosses reveal the complexity of drug resistance evolution and life cycle maintenance
Ashley VaughanSeattle Children’s Research Institute
Chairs: Professor Chris Engwerda, Dr Lynette Beattie
Convention Centre
1055 – 1120 Keynote SpeakerBeyond antibodies: cellular and transcriptional responses in RTS,S vaccinated children
Gemma Moncunill, Barcelona Institute for Global Health, SpainGemma Moncunill is an Assistant Research Professor in the Malaria Immunology group at ISGlobal (Barcelona, Spain), where she works on determinants and mechanisms of vaccine responses and immunity to malaria and other.

1120 – 1145 Keynote SpeakerMetabolic regulation of anti-malarial immunity
Noah Butler, The University of Iowa, USANoah Butler is the Mark Stinski Professor in Immunology and Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology in the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in the US. Dr. Butler’s laboratory uses .

1145 – 1200 The rapid and selective digest vacuole lysis activity of an anti-plasmodial peptide derived from a human host defence protein.
Brendan McMorranAustralian National University
1200 – 1215 Gamm Delta T cell-derived IL-4 promotes immunity to liver-stage malaria
Lynette BeattieUniversity of Melbourne
1215 – 1220 Mini Break
1220 – 1235 Pre-erythrocytic immunity beyond the sporozoite: CD4+ T cell responses against liver stage P. falciparum antigens in Ugandan children
Gonzalo AcevedoUniversity of California, San Francisco
1235 – 1300 Keynote SpeakerThe human adaptive immune response to Plasmodium falciparum circumsporozoite protein
Hedda Wardemann, German Cancer Research Institute, Heidelberg, GermanyProfessor Hedda Wardemann is heading the Division of B Cell Immunology at the German Cancer Research Center. Professor Wardemann is a B cell immunologist with a primary interest in antibody repertoires and.

1300 – 1315 Plasmodium vivax rapidly induces species-specific clinical immunity
Wiebke NahrendorfUniversity of Edinburgh
1315 – 1430 Drug Discovery WorkshopJohn A. McCauley, MSD Heritage Ballroom
1315 – 1430 Lunch + Exhibition Viewing Convention Centre Foyer
1430 – 1600 Free Time
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Life Cycle Biology – Sexual Development
Chairs: Professor Andy Waters, Dr Claire Sayers
Convention Centre
1600 – 1625 Keynote SpeakerDivide et Impera: How Plasmodium divergent kinases rule cell division?
Rita Tewari, University of Nottingham, UKRita Tewari is Professor of Parasite Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. Research in her group aims to analyse parasite proteins, in particular kinases, phosphatases and other novel proteins involved.

1625 – 1640 Fertility screens identify genes essential for Plasmodium transmission to mosquitoes and reveal conserved aspects of sex in a divergent eukaryote
Oliver BillkerUmeå University
1640 – 1655 An E3 ubiquitin ligase complex regulates stage transition in human malaria parasites
Danushka MarapanaWalter and Eliza Hall Institute
1655 – 1710 The P. falciparum bromodomain protein PfBDP1 plays an essential role in regulating the transcriptional program of gametocytes
Michaela PetterUniversity Hospital Erlangen
1710 – 1715 Mini Break
1715 – 1740 Keynote SpeakerThe Alpha and Omega of HDP1 function during gametocyte development
Bjorn Kafsack, Cornell University, USABjörn Kafsack leads a team of researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. His group uses molecular genetics and multi-omics approaches to probe the regulatory mechanisms underlying sexual commitment and.

1740 – 1755 Global gene expression of human malaria parasite throughout intrahepatocytic development
Gigliola ZanghiCenter for Global Infectious Disease Research
1755 – 1810 Global release of translational repression across Plasmodium’s host-to-vector transmission event
Scott LindnerPennsylvania State University
1810 – 1930 Nightly Dinner (Ticketed) Seagrass Lawns
Flash Talks B
Chairs: Dr Ghizal Siddiqui, Dr Madeline Dans
Convention Centre
1930 – 2015 Ruxolitinib adjunctive treatment to reduce inflammatory responses in malaria: a randomised placebo controlled trial in volunteers infected with P. falciparum
Bridget BarberQIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
High-throughput gene editing system enables CRISPR screens in Plasmodium berghei
Thorey Kolbrun JonsdottirUmeå University, The Laboratory for Molecular Infection Medicine Sweden (MIMS)
STR polymorphism in the promoter region of cyclophilin 19B drives its transcriptional upregulation contributing to drug resistance in Plasmodium falciparum
Michal KucharskiNanyang Technological University
Systematic reverse vaccinology screening for novel Plasmodium vivax blood-stage vaccine antigens
Prasun KunduCambridge Institute for Medical Research
AReBar: an Antimalarial Resistome Barcode assay for target deconvolution
Marcus LeeUniversity of Dundee
Nanobodies targeting malaria transmission-blocking candidate
Frankie LyonsWalter and Eliza Hall Institute
The mRNA content of peripheral blood extracellular vesicles provides a window into cerebral malaria disease progression
Kioko MwikaliKEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme
Identification of targets of protective antibody responses against Plasmodium vivax malaria using a multifunctional antibody profiling approach
Herbert OpiBurnet Institute
Longitudinal analysis of the prevalence of minor Plasmodium spp. infecting humans through sequential IRS and SMC interventions in northern Ghana
Cecilia Rios TeranThe University of Melbourne
Mitochondrial division in human malaria parasites
Julie VerhoefRadboud University Medical Center
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0830 – 1430 Exhibition opens Convention Centre Foyer
0815 – 1930 Prayer room opens The Observatory
0815 – 1930 Nursing room opens Heritage 2
0830 – 1615 Live streaming of the plenary at the Family Room and Heritage Ballroom Heritage 3
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Lifecycle Biology – Transmission
Chairs: Professor Till Voss, Professor Matthias Marti
Convention Centre
0830 – 0855 Keynote SpeakerStopping the real killer: How to block Plasmodium transmission by Anopheles mosquitoes
Flaminia Catteruccia, Harvard University, USAProfessor of Immunology and Infectious Diseases Flaminia Catteruccia is Professor in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and an Howard Hughes Medical.

0855 – 0910 The duplicated pyrethroid-resistance genes CY6P9a/b are negatively associated with chlorfenapyr resistance supporting the high efficacy of interceptor-G2 against pyrethroid-resistant mosquitoes
Magellan TchouakuiCentre for Research in Infectious Diseases
0910 – 0925 Visualising development of malaria parasites in the mosquito
Benjamin LiffnerIndiana University School of Medicine
0925 – 0940 Natural selection on transmission investment is associated with Artemisinin resistance in Plasmodium falciparum
Lauriane SollelisUniversity of Zurich
0940 – 0945 Mini Break
0945 – 1000 Identification of novel malaria anti-gametocyte transmission blocking vaccine targets
Fiona AngrisanoBurnet Institute
1000 – 1015 An all-in-one pipeline for the in vitro discovery and in vivo evaluation of Plasmodium falciparum malaria transmission blocking drug candidates
Matthias RottmannSwiss Tropical And Public Health Institute
1015 – 1030 Locked Out and Left Behind: A Study of Organellar Inheritance in Plasmodium berghei
Sophie CollierThe University of Melbourne
1030 – 1100 Morning Refreshments + Exhibition Viewing Convention Centre Foyer
Vaccine Design
Chairs: Professor Ian Cockburn, Dr Stephen Scally
Convention Centre
1100 – 1125 Keynote SpeakerMolecular mechanisms of severe malaria
Matthew Higgins, University of Oxford, UKProfessor Matt Higgins is the EP Abraham Chair of Structural Biology at the University of Oxford. His research team study how different human-infective parasites interact with their hosts during essential processes in.

1125 – 1150 Keynote SpeakerMonoclonal antibodies: harnessing the power of passive immunity in the fight against malaria
Azza Idris, National Institutes of Health, Ragon Institute at Mass General, MIT, Harvard, Mass General for Children, USADr. Azza Idris is a physician scientist with extensive training in immunology and pediatric infectious diseases. Her professional interests span discovery science and translational research. Currently, she serves as the head of.

1150 – 1155 Mini Break
1155 – 1210 Protective antibody mechanisms induced by the RTS,S malaria vaccine in a pediatric phase IIb clinical trial
Liriye KurtovicBurnet Institute
1210 – 1225 Evaluating the immunogenicity and protective efficacy of a chemically attenuated whole parasite Plasmodium falciparum blood-stage malaria vaccine in malaria-naïve volunteers
Danielle StanisicInstitute for Glycomics, Griffith University
1225 – 1240 Multi-protein chimeric antigens, a novel combined approach for efficiently targeting and blocking the blood Stage of Plasmodium falciparum
Krishanpal KarmodiyaIndian Institute of Science Education & Research, Pune
1240 – 1300 Keynote SpeakerNovel antimalarials targeting the late liver stage confer sterile immunity to malaria
Justin Boddey, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, AustraliaJustin Boddey is a Laboratory Head at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research (WEHI), Principal Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne and Leadership Fellow of the National Health.

1300 – 1410 Introduction to molecular surveillance for malaria control: From the laboratory scientist to the decision-maker

A/Prof Sarah AuburnMenzies Institute for Health ResearchProf. Alyssa BarryDeakin University and Burnet InstituteDr. Deus IshengomaNational Institute for Medical ResearchA/Prof Isabella OyierKenya Institute for Medical ResearchDr Nguyen Thanh Thuy NhienOxford University Clinical Research UnitDr Estee Torok, Senior Program OfficerGlobal Health, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Heritage Ballroom
1300 – 1410 Lunch Convention Centre Foyer
Chairs: Professor Nicholas Anstey, Dr Maria Bernabeu
Convention Centre
1410 – 1435 Keynote SpeakerMechanisms of malaria pathogenesis: anemia and cerebral malaria
Ana Rodriguez Fernandez, New York University, USAAna Rodriguez is a Full Professor in the Department of Microbiology at New York University School of Medicine in the US. She has dedicated her career to the study of host parasite.

1435 – 1450 Targeted volume electron microscopy of P. falciparum iRBC – endothelial interactions in a 3D blood brain barrier model
Hannah FleckensteinEMBL Barcelona
1450 – 1505 Pathogenic CD8+ T cells in malaria have low affinity T cell receptors
Tracey LambUniversity of Utah
1505 – 1530 Keynote SpeakerHidden Splenic Reservoirs of Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum
Steven Kho, Menzies School of Health Research, AustraliaDr Steven Kho is a post-doctoral researcher at the Menzies School of Health Research and led studies that recently uncovered the human spleen as a natural hidden reservoir for Plasmodium species.

1530 – 1545 Gut bacteria have the potential to cause susceptibility to severe malaria in African children
Nathan SchmidtIndiana University School of Medicine
1545 – 1600 A hidden biomass of P. falciparum parasites in the spleen of paediatric severe malaria cases?
Lauren GallowayUniversity of Glasgow
1600 – 1615 Plasmodium vivax serological exposure markers to uncover hidden malaria infections
Rhea LongleyWalter and Eliza Hall Institute
1615 – 1900 Free Time
1900 – 1930 Pre-Dinner Drinks Convention Centre
1930 – 2330 Conference Dinner (Registration required)
Venue: Convention Centre, Mantra Lorne
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1000 – 1300 Prayer room opens The Observatory
1000 – 1300 Nursing room opens Heritage 2
1030 – 1130 Live streaming of the plenary at the Family Room and Heritage Ballroom Heritage 3
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Closing Remarks and Awards Ceremony
Chairs: Dr Matt Dixon, Professor Denise Doolan
Convention Centre
1030 – 1130 MAM2024 Wrap-up
– Closing remarks
– Awards ceremony
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1130 – 1300 Lunch Conference Foyer
1300 – 1330 Departure to Melbourne Airport Mantra Foyer
1300 Departure to WEHI

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