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1 INDIA /BRAZIL / SOUTH AFRICA TRI-LATERAL COLLABORATIVE PROGRAM ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY II Forum IBSA on Malaria, Teresina – PI, BR March, 7th - 8th, 2006

2 TRI-LATERAL COOPERATION ON MALARIA RESEARCH: INDIA, BRAZIL AND SOUTH AFRICA BRAZILIAN GROUPS ON EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL CLINICS PATHOGENESIS Malaria Forum Teresina, PI, Brazil March, 6-7, 2006 Pedro Luiz Tauil Brasilia University

3 Epidemiological Regions, Brazil, 2005 Amazônia Legal Extra Amazônia

4 MALARIA CASES, BRAZIL, 1960 TO 2003.

5 RISK AREAS IN AMAZON REGION, BRAZIL, 2002

6 RISK AREAS IN AMAZON REGION, BRAZIL, 1999 AND 2002* Fonte: Gerência Técnica de Malária/CENEPI/FUNASA * Dados sujeitos a alterações.

7 Clinics, Pathogenesis, Epidemiology and Control

8 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL AMAZON REGION Amazonas State Bernardino Cláudio Albuquerque (FMT/AM): Social determinants of transmission MG & W. Alecrim (FMT/AM): Descriptive epidemiology Wagner Terrazas (FVS/AM): GPS

9 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL MALARIA CONTROL INOVATIONS BEFORE AMSTERDAN (1992): EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STRATIFICATION AFTER AMSTERDAN NEW AND MULTIPLE OBJECTIVES

10 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL AMAZON REGION Pará State Bernardo Cardoso e Elza Pereira (SESPA): Control measures Marinete Povoa (IEC): Entomology and parasitology

11 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Epidemiology of malaria during pregnancy: a cohort study in Brazilian Western Amazon (Granada, Acre) da Silva-Nunes, M.; Cavasini, CE, Malafronte, R.S., Juncansen, C., Silva, NS, Muniz, PT, Soares, I.S., Ferreira, MU. Evaluation of Groups of Malaria Risk in the City of Belém: Attention to the Pregnants.Ana Yecê Pinto, Ana Maria Ventura, Eder Nascimento, Maria Inalda Valente, Rosana Libonati, Maria Deise Ohnishi, Thiago Oliveira, José Maria de Souza

12 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Synthesis of the knowledge on malaria in the coastal zone of the states of the Amapá, Pará and Maranhão in the period of 1995 the Ediclei L. do Carmo; Giselle M. R. Viana; Izís M. C. Sucupira; Cristina V. Nunes; Marinete M.Povoa

13 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Urban malaria in the Western Amazon Region of Brazil. I. High prevalence of asymptomatic carriers in a urban riverside neighborwood is associated with high malaria incidence. Tada MS, Marques RP, Mesquita E, Dalla Martha R, Rodrigues J, Costa JDN, Papelascov RR & Pereira- da-Silva LH.

14 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Urban malaria in Rondônia (Western Amazon Region, Brazil) II. Perenial transmission with high Anopheline densities is associated with human environmental changes Gil LHSl, Tada MS, KatsuragawaTH, Ribolla PM & Pereira da Silva L.H.

15 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Risk Factors For Malaria In A Rural Cohort In Western Brazilian Amazon (Granada, Acre) da Silva-Nunes, M; Komatsu, NT, DArcadia, RR, Souza, E, Juncansen, C, Hoffmann, EHE, Silva, NS, Bastos, MS, Moraes-Avila, SL, Malafronte, RS, Castro, TG, Souza, OF, Cardoso, MA, Cavasini, CE, Sperança, MA, Braga, EM, Scopel, KK, Carvalho, LH, Muniz, PT Araújo, RLS, Soares, IS,Ferreira, MU e demais colaboradores do Projeto Acre

16 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL AMAZON REGION Rondonia State Luiz H. P da Silva / Mauro Tada (IAPEPATRO): Asymptomatic carriers and its importance on transmission and control; urban malaria

17 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL AMAZON REGION Maranhão State Antonio Rafael da Silva / Eloísa da Graça do Rosário Gonçalves (UFM): Control measures and community participation

18 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL AMAZON REGION Mato Grosso State Cor Jesus F. Fontes (UFMT): Risk factors for transmission and control measures

19 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Association between the annual gold production in mines and the incidence of malaria during in Mato Grosso, Brazil Elisabeth Carmen Duarte e Cor Jésus Fernandes Fontes

20 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Epidemiology of malaria and factors associated to the assymptomatic infection with plasmodium in a minors population of the Brazilian Amazon (Mato Grosso, 1996). Cor Jésus Fernandes Fontes

21 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZON REGION Brasília: Federal District Elisabeth Carmen Duarte, Pedro L. Tauil, João Barberino Santos (UNB): Risk factors for transmission and evaluation of control measures José Lázaro Ladislau, J.C. Mangabeira, Rui Braz (SVS – MS): Control measures and planing

22 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZON REGION Rio de Janeiro State (1) Carlos Coimbra (FIOCRUZ) Indigenous populations Claudio Struchiner & Cláudia Torres Codeço (FIOCRUZ): Mathematical models Dalma Banic, Joseli Ferreira, M Fátima Cruz, Cláudio D Ribeiro (FIOCRUZ): Immuno and molecular epidemiology José Rodrigues Coura (FIOCRUZ, RJ): Descriptive epidemiology

23 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZONIAN REGION Rio de Janeiro State (2) Jose Bento / Denise Valle (IBEX/FIOCRUZ): Entomology Reinaldo Souza Santos & Rosely Magalhães de Oliveira (FIOCRUZ): Social and biological determinants of endemic diseases Ulisses Confalonieri (FIOCRUZ): Environmental epidemiology

24 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZON REGION Rio de Janeiro State (3) Wanir Barroso (ANVISA): Epidemiology and prevention

25 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Studies of Malaria in areas of low and high morbidity, in medium and high Rio Negro River, State of Amazon and studies of new control strategies. José Rodrigues Coura, Marta Cecília Suarez Mutis, Simone Ladeia Andrade, Carlos Eduardo Tosta e Marcelo Urbano Ferreira

26 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZON REGION São Paulo State (1) Almerio de Castro Gomes, Délsio Natal, Rosely Malafronte (FSP/USP): Entomology and monkey malaria Erney P. Camargo & Fabiana Alves (USP): Imunoepidemiology Marcelo Urbano Ferreira/ L. M. Aranha Camargo (ICB/USP): Parasitology and molecular epidemiology

27 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZONIAN REGION São Paulo State (2) Marcos Boulos & Aluísio Segurado (FMUSP): Control measures Maria Rita Barradas Barata (FCM Santa Casa SP): Evaluation of control measures Roberto G. Baruzzi (UNIFESP) Indigenous populations Ricardo L. D. Machado (FMSJRP-UNESP): Parasitology

28 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Detection of malaria infection in monkeys rescued from the reservatoire of the hydroelectric Plant of Porto Primavera, State of São Paulo Ana MRC Duarte, Adriana Y Maeda, Byanca R Paiva, Eduardo D Ruggi, Lúcio O Souza, Rosely S Malafronte, Almério C Gomes

29 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Behavior of the hyper-reactive malaria splenomegaly with reduction of the Transmission of Malaria in Indians of the High Xingu, Central Brazil, Baruzzi, R.G.; Canó, E.; Santos Jr., MS; Rodrigues, D.; Leoratti, MS.; Ávila, SLM; Ferreira, AW.

30 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Blood groups and its association with malaria infection in Brazilian Amazon. Carlos E. Cavasini; Luiz C. de Mattos; Renata T. Alves; Kátia V. Tiso Álvaro A. Couto; Vanja Sueli P. Calvosa; Cláudia R. Bonini Domingos; Juvanete A. Távora; Ana Sueli Saraiva; Rita Uchôa; Amália Silva; Andréa R. B. Rossit, Ricardo L. D. Machado.

31 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL Malaria in Red Howler Monkey (Alouata fusca) in the Atlantic Rainy Forest in the State of São Paulo. Izilda Curado, Adriana Y Maeda, Eduardo D Ruggi, Adriana MJ Silva, Rosely S Malafronte, Almério C Gomes, Ana MRC Duarte

32 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZON REGION Espírito Santo State Crispim Cerruti (UFES): Descriptive epidemiology

33 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL EXTRA-AMAZON REGION Sergipe State Roseli La Corte dos Santos (UFS): Entomology

34 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY AMAZON REGION Amazonas State Wilson Alecrim & Marcus V. de Lacerda (FMT/AM): Malaria vivax and platelets Flor Martinez (FMT/AM), C Daniel Ribeiro (FIOCRUZ) & W Alecrim Pregnancy and differential plasmodium species susceptibilty

35 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY Assessment of transfusion indicators on the concentration of platelets in patients with malaria in a health unit in Manaus (Amazon). Lacerda, M. V. G. ; Cavalcante, T. B. ; Silva, A. C. ; Alecrim, M. G. C. ; Macêdo, V. O.

36 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY AMAZON REGION Pará State Ana Maria Ventura, Ana Yecê das Neves Pinto e Jose Maria de Souza (IEC PA): Malaria recrudescence, malaria and pregnancy Maristela Cunha (UFPA): Clinics

37 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY AMAZONIAN REGION Mato Grosso State Cor Jesus Fernandes Fontes & Francisco José Dutra Souto (UFMT): Clinics

38 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY Asymptomatic carriers of Plasmodium spp. as infection source for malaria vector mosquitoes in the Brazilian Amazon. Alves FPAlves FP, Gil LH, Marrelli MT, Ribolla PE, Camargo EP, & Pereira da Silva LHGil LHMarrelli MTRibolla PECamargo EP & Pereira da Silva LH

39 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY EXTRA-AMAZON REGION Brasília: Federal District Vanize Macedo, Cleudson Castro e João Barberino Santos (UNB): Malaria clinical features Carlos Eduardo Tosta da Silva and Maria Imaculada Muniz Junqueira (UnB): Immunopathogenesis

40 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY Pentoxifilin do not change the evolution of anemia, parasetemia, nitric oxide production, hydrogen peroxide production in Balb/C mice infected with Plasmodium berghei ANKA. Tatiana Karla Borges, Paulo Tabanez, Rodrigo Henrique PP dos Santos, Maria Imaculada Muniz-Junqueira. Pentoxifilin retarded the parasitemia and in higher dosis increases the surviving of CBA mice infected with Plasmodium berghei ANKA. MR Paula-Júnior, FO Silva, CE Tosta, MI Muniz-Junqueira.

41 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY EXTRA-AMAZON REGION São Paulo State Aluísio Segurado, Melissa Mascheretti, Marcos Boulos (FMUSP) : Malaria clinical features

42 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY EXTRA-AMAZON REGION Rio de Janeiro State Claudio Tadeu Daniel Ribeiro & Maria de Fátima Ferreira da Cruz, Fiocruz: Imunopatogenesis

43 CLINICS AND PATHOGENY Chemokine Receptor CCR2 is not essencial for the development of experimental cerebral malaria Elodie Belnoue, Fabio T M Costa, Ana M Vigário, Tatiana Voza, Françoise Gonnet, Irene Landau, Nico van Rooijen, Matthias Mack, William A. Kuziel e Laurent Rénia Estradiol, but not dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), decreases parasitemia and increases incidence of cerebral malaria and mortality in Plasmodium berghei ANKA-infected CBA mice Rosana MF Libonati, Maristela G Cunha, José M Souza, Marcos VN Santos, Salma G Oliveira, Leonardo JM Carvalho, José LM Nascimento.


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