Griffith University is seeking healthy, non-smoker males aged 18-45 years to participate in a study at Robina Hospital examining the infectivity of malaria parasites in humans.

The results from this study are critical for further human clinical studies including the development of a malaria vaccine.

This study will involve administering malaria parasites in red blood cells to study participants and monitoring the development of the parasites in the blood. Anti-malarial medication will be administered once the malaria parasites reach a defined low level in the blood and before the onset of illness.

For further information, please contact Dr Danielle Stanisic on 5552 9433 or [email protected]

Institute for GlycomicsGriffith University

This study has been approved by the Griffith University Human Research Ethics committee (GLY/04/12/HREC) and the Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service HREC (HREC/12/QGC/142).