PLoS Medicine - Special Malaria Collection

Special malaria collection online today

Dear Colleague,

PLoS Medicine was established in 2004 as an open-access general medical journal to make peer-reviewed research freely accessible online to the world.

We'd like to draw your attention to our special malaria collection—you may view it online now by clicking here.

Produced to mark the fourth MIM Pan-African Malaria conference in Yaoundé, Cameroon, this collection of 32 papers has been specially selected to show the breadth and depth of malaria articles previously published in PLoS Medicine and other journals in the PLoS family over the past year.

Three exciting new research papers appeared for the first time in this collection:

Since we started a year ago, PLoS Medicine has shown its determination to publish articles of importance to global health and we are delighted to have already had so much outstanding work submitted on malaria. As we move into our next year, we remain committed to publishing the best, most relevant research in this field.

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Best wishes,

The PLoS Medicine Editors