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First MCDC PhD Thesis Defence- Congratulations Dr Magatte Ndiaye

Drs Magatte Ndiaye and Hazel McCullough
1 May 2013

Congratulations to Senegalese MCDC student Magatte Ndiaye who last week successfully defended his thesis. The viva took place at Dr Ndiaye's home institution, L'Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar. He is the first MCDC student to have taken his viva. Many more will follow over the coming months.

Dr Ndiaye's PhD project investigated selection of antimalarial drug resistance after Intermittent Preventive Treatment of infants and children (IPTi/c) in Senegal. Two publications resulting from this study are already available to read in the publications section of this website.

To find out more about Dr Ndiaye's work, watch the MCDC Senegal film.

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