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- n. An expert in malaria.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as malarialist.
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The consequence, as malariologist Lewis Hackett 1884-1962 wistfully wrote in the 1930s, is that malaria is so moulded and altered by local conditions that it becomes a thousand different diseases and epidemiological puzzles.
An AID apologist when that program failed was not a malariologist or anyone even remotely associated with malaria but an economist, Edwin J.
An AID apologist when that program failed was not a malariologist or anyone even remotely associated with malaria, but an economist, Edwin J Cohn, of the AID Office of Policy Development and Analysis.
In the late 1940s, a malariologist observed a healthy mosquito flying around a room that had been heavily sprayed with DDT.
So had the forbidding Rockefeller malariologist Fred Soper.
But German malariologist Erich Martini had studied the habits of the local malaria vector, Anopheles labranchiae, in depth, and he knew that inundating the region with the Mediterranean's salty waters would allow A. labranchiae, which can thrive in brackish water, to ﬂourish.
"Nothing had been seen like this before," remembers one malariologist.
Dutch malariologist Bart Knols accuses researchers of being more interested in subsidies and getting articles in prestigious journals than in solving the problem.
OK, then, here’s a quotation from a real scientist, Professor Robert Desowitznow retired but a distinguished malariologist:
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