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JSPS Asia Africa Science Platform Program
The eco-epidemiology of forest and zoonotic malaria
Inuyama PRI symposium
"Monkey Malaria in focus: Recent Perspectives on Forest and Zoonotic Malaria"

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Overall Host Huffman MA (PRI)
Dec. 18, 2012
13:00-13-10 Opening Remarks  Hirai H (PRI)
13:10-13:30 Objectives of the symposium Nakazawa S (ITM)
Session 1 The present state of research chair Yumoto T (PRI)

Primate perspectives

13:30-14:00 Forest environment Kobayashi S (ASAFAS)
14:30-14:30 Monkeys, the missing link in malaria research at Khan Phu. Huffman M (PRI)
14:30-15:00 Monkey malaria parasite detection Kawai S (Dokkyo Medical Univ.)
15:00-15:30 The origin of Human Plasmodia Culleton R (Nagasaki Univ.)

Coffee break

Pathogen Perspectives

chair Culleton R (PRI)
16:00-16:30 Transmission stages of parasites Maeno Y (Fujita Health Univ.)
16:30-17:00 Risk assessment and surveillance of zoonoses in wild bonobos Yoshida T (Kyoto Univ.)

People Perspectives

chair Moji K (RIHN)
17:00-17:30 Human behaviors Shine T (Kyoto Univ.)
17:30-18:00 Human immunity against parasites  Itoh M (Aichi Medical Univ.)
18:00-18:30 Discussion on the results

Dinner and after dinner talking

Dec 19
Session 2

 Future Prospects of our research

chair Maeno Y (Fujita Health Univ.)
8:00-8:20 Quang Tri Watanabe H (Ryukyu Univ.)
8:20-8:40 Sample bank Yamashiro T (ITM)
8:40-9:00 Bio-logging monkey Yumoto T (PRI)
9:00-9:20 Bio-logging people Shine T
9:20-9:40 Discussion on things above

Coffee break

Session 3

Where we are heading ?

chair Nakazawa S

Predicting transmission.

10:00-10:20 Providing useful analyses to the malaria 
affected areas : a new type of cooperation
Masuda G (Kyoto Univ.)
10:20-10:40 Based on a remote sensing Tojo B (RIHN)

Preventing transmission.

10:40-11:00 By changing a lifestyle habit Shine T
Session 4

Synthesis and general discussion

chair Marchand RP (MCNV)
Quang NT MCNV)
11:00-11:55 Promotion of the studies of malaria
 between monkeys, mosquitoes and men.
Facilitators in the general discussion:
Marchand RP
Culleton R
Nakazawa S
Huffman M
Moji K
Yumoto T
Sunahara T
11:55-12:00 Closing remarks Yumoto T