How to confirm attendance and make payment

29 March 2019

STEP 1

Ensure that you have created an account on the website before you continue with the steps below. Click here for a guideline on how to create an account.

STEP 2

After creating an account, log into the website using your details.

STEP 3

Click on the "FEES AND REGISTRATION" menu to read about all the details regarding conference attendance.

STEP 3

Under the "Important dates" bon the right side of the screen, click on the blue "ATTEND" button.

STEP 4

A window will pop up. Select what type of participant you will be at the 5th Malaria Research Conference.

STEP 5

Click on the "PROCEED" button at the bottom of the page. You will be lead to a page which displays your invoice, with all the banking details and payment instructions. You will also have the invoice sent to the e-mail address you provided in your account.

 

Should you experience any difficulties with the website, please e-mail us at [email protected].

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Important Dates
Conference Duration
30 July 2019 00:00 - 1 August 2019 00:00
Registration
1 April 2019 - 22 July 2019 [CLOSED]
Organiser
Name
Sunitha Kissoon (MOMR) and Taneshka Kruger (UP ISMC)
Contact Email
[email protected]
Contact Number
+27 31 203 4852 and +27 12 319 2381
Streams
  • Case management and co-infection
  • Education and health promotion
  • Epidemiology - Modeling towards elimination (mathematical, GIS, climate, etc.)
  • Parasite biology, control, transmission blocking and gametocyte studies
  • Pharmacology, drug efficacy, discovery and development
  • Phytomedicine and bioprospecting
  • Regional malaria and cross-border issues affecting elimination
  • Residual malaria, reintroduction, vivax malaria and co-infectionResidual malaria, reintroduction, vivax malaria and co-infection
  • Surveillance (vector, parasite, resistance)
  • Vector biology, control and IVM
  • Research capacity and strengthening
  • Resource allocation and advocacy
  • Social and health economics