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Diagnosing Malaria Sooner

Over three billion people are at risk of malaria. In 2012, according to World Health Organization estimates, 207 million people were diagnosed with malaria and 600,000 people died from the disease; the main casualties were children under five and pregnant women.

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Bayden Wood

Bayden Wood is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and a founding member of the Centre for Biospectroscopy at Monash University. He completed his PhD in 1999 at Monash University and undertook his first post-doctoral position at Hunter College, City University of New York. He was awarded a Humboldt Fellowship in 2008 and undertook research at the Institute of Analytical Sciences in Dortmund with Volker Deckert and also at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin with Dieter Naumann. “My primary research interests are the development and application of FTIR and Raman based systems for the analysis of cells and tissues with particular relevance to disease diagnosis and monitoring.”

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