The university Clinical Research Center (UCRC), in its vision of promoting scientific research has recently developed, the research project called “the Attractive Target Sugar Bait (ATSB) in partnership with the Innovative Vector Control Consortium (IVCC). This technological innovation in the malaria control, aims to reduce the intensity of mosquitoes responsible for the malaria transmission.
The “the Attractive Target Sugar Bait (ATSB)” project, which is in its third phase, is led by about 100 investigators working at research sites. This intrepid team of investigators received from June 22 to 24, 2021, the visit of an UCRC delegation. As expected of these biologists, cohort monitoring agents, and data managers, it is nothing other than the provision of statistics on malaria, in research areas, before the deployment of attractive stations based on toxic sugars called ATSB.
Despite their approval of the agreements, the agents expressed expectations allowing them to successfully carry out the assigned mission.In every mission, a huge challenge; because it’s all about delivering results that meet expectations. This technological innovation from the University of Sciences, Techniques and Technologies of Bamako (USTTB), conducted by the University Clinical Research Center (UCRC), is being tested thanks to the goodwill, who deserve considerable recognition.