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The MaHPIC Malaria Core performs all experimental infections of non-human primates. Read more »
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Using a systems biology approach, the MaHPIC can unlock the secrets of malaria. Read more »
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The MaHPIC is a multi-institutional project based at Emory University.  Read more »
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The MaHPIC uses state-of-the-art computational and analytic tools.  Read more »
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The MaHPIC research program uses a multi-pronged approach to understanding malaria.   Read more »
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Welcome to the MaHPIC

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The MaHPIC team is excited to open this website for the benefit of scientists, teachers, students, journalists and others interested in gaining a deeper understanding of systems biology and malaria.

Malaria brings illness to several hundred million people each year in about 100 countries worldwide.

This project is funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH / DHHS) under Contract No. HHSN272201200031C. Read the press release.

Featured Investigator

Dr. Dean Jones Eberhard Voit, Ph.D.

"Our lab employs mathematical and computational methods to address the fine-tuned interactions between genes, proteins, metabolites, and physiology, and investigates the resultant, usually very effective functioning of healthy cells and organisms in comparison to those that are mutated or diseased."