On 1 September, Teun Bousema has been appointed as professor in the Epidemiology of Tropical Infectious Diseases.Prof. Bousema and his group are active in studying the epidemiology of malaria and the development and evaluation of malaria diagnostics and transmission-blocking malaria interventions. His multidisciplinary team is working in endemic settings across Africa.
Teun Bousema is member of theme Infectious diseases and global health.
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