MALARIA RESEARCH CENTRE

Invited Presentations at International Conferences and Workshops

  1. Singh, B. | Plasmodium knowlesi malaria. 26th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID), Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  1. Singh, B. | Zoonotic Malaria (Plasmodium knowlesi and P. cynomolgi). 14th Conference of the International Society of Travel Medicine, Quebec City, Canada.
  2. Singh, B. | Plasmodium knowlesi: An Emergent Pathogen. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Clinical Pre-Meeting Course on Malaria: A Moving Target. Philadelphia, USA.
  3. Singh, B. | Plasmodium knowlesi. Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN) Meeting, Hoi An, Vietnam.
  4. Singh, B. | Plasmodium knowlesi: A parasite not to be monkeyed around with. Courage Fund Conference on Infectious Diseases. Organised by the Singapore Infectious Diseases Initiative in partnership with local hospitals, universities, and Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore.
  5. Singh, B. | Overview of knowlesi malaria. 2nd International Conference on Tropical Medicine & Infectious Diseases, Ipoh, Malaysia.
  1. Singh, B. | Origin and extent of zoonotic Plasmodium knowlesi infections. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, New Orleans, USA.
  2. Singh, B. | Tracking the emergence of Plasmodium knowlesi in macaques and humans. 42nd Annual Workshop of the Association of Primate Veterinarians, San Antonio, USA.
  3. Singh, B. | Tracking the emergence of Plasmodium knowlesi in macaques and humans. National Meeting of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Sciences, San Antonio, USA.
  4. Singh, B. | History and Epidemiology of Plasmodium knowlesi. 15th Asia Pacific Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infection, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  5. Singh, B. | Zoonotic malaria in Southeast Asia. Biodiversity & Health Conference, Organized by the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), University of Health Sciences Phnom Penh & National University of Singapore. Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
  6. Singh, B. | Plasmodium knowlesi; the fifth cause of human malaria. WONCA (World Organisation of Family Doctors) Asia Pacific Regional Conference, Kuching, Malaysia.
  7. Singh, B. | Knowing knowlesi malaria. 6th ASEAN Congress of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  1. Singh, B.| Tracking the emergence of Plasmodium knowlesi in macaques and humans. Workshop on Malaria in Primates, American College of Veterinary Pathologists Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  2. Singh, B. | Plasmodium knowlesi: A challenge for malaria control and elimination. International Malaria Symposium, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
  1. Singh, B. | Update on Plasmodium knowlesi. Workshop on Detection of Plasmodium knowlesi at the Biomolecular Medicine Conference, Bandung, Indonesia.
  2. Singh, B. |Plasmodium knowlesi: The new malaria parasite? 9th Asia Pacific Travel Health Conference. Singapore.
  1. Singh, B. |Plasmodium knowlesi infections in humans. Keynote address at the Australian Society for Microbiology and Australasian College of Tropical Medicine Parasitology Masterclass 2011 Meeting, Cairns, Australia.
  2. Singh, B. |Plasmodium knowlesi: Past, present and future. 2011 Australian Society for Parasitology Annual Conference, Cairns, Australia.
  3. Singh, B. | Historical aspects and overview of the epidemiology of Plasmodium knowlesi in Southeast Asia. Informal consultation on the public health implications of malaria in humans due to Plasmodium knowlesi. Organised by the WHO Western Pacific Region Office, Kota Samarahan, Malaysia.
  4. Singh, B. | Historical aspects and overview of the epidemiology of Plasmodium knowlesi. Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network (APMEN) 3rd Inaugural Meeting, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
  1. Singh, B.| Plasmodium knowlesi: Past, present and future. Keynote address at the 4th ASEAN Congress of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. Singapore.
  2. Singh, B. | A simian malaria parasite infecting humans in Southeast Asia. 14th International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) in the Pacific Rim. Organised by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), USA. Penang, Malaysia.
  3. Singh, B. | Knowing Plasmodium knowlesi. 12th Western Pacific Congress on Chemotherapy & Infectious Diseases. Singapore.
  4. Singh, B. | Overview of Plasmodium knowlesi. Workshop on Plasmodium knowlesi. Organised by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Puerto Princesa, the Philippines.
  1. Singh, B., Lee, K-S, Divis, P.C.S., Zakaria, S.K., Matusop, A., Conway, D.J., Cox-Singh, J. | Genetic diversity of Plasmodium knowlesi. Vivax Malaria Research II: 2009 and Beyond. Gamboa, Panama.
  2. Singh, B. |Plasmodium knowlesi: The fifth human malaria parasite? Keynote address at the Malaria in Melbourne 2009 conference. Melbourne, Australia.
  3. Singh, B. |Plasmodium knowlesi: A simian malaria parasite infecting humans in Southeast Asia. 5th Malaysia Indonesia Brunei Medical Sciences Conference. Jakarta, Indonesia.
  1. Singh, B. |Plasmodium knowlesi: a simian malaria parasite infecting humans in Southeast Asia. Next Steps for Plasmodium Post-Genomic Research: A Strategy Meeting. Organised by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund, London, United Kingdom.
  2. Singh, B |Plasmodium knowlesi: a zoonosis of public health importance. Current Topics in Malaria: Singapore Network Meeting, Singapore.
  3. Singh, B. | Human infections in Southeast Asia with the simian malaria parasite Plasmodium knowlesi. 12th ASEAN Conference of Clinical Laboratory Scientists, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.
  4. Singh, B. | Plasmodium knowlesi: the fifth human malaria parasite? Japanese Society for Bacteriology Kansai Branch Meeting, Kyoto, Japan.
  1. Singh, | B. Monkeys, man and malaria. Animal Health Research: Recent Developments and Future Directions. Organised by The Wellcome Trust and Science magazine, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
  2. Singh, | B Old World monkey malaria parasites that can infect humans. Symposium on Comparative Genomics of Malaria Parasites, New York, USA.

Public Talks

  1. Professor Balbir Singh | Malaria Detective (2014), TEDxKL 2014
  2. Professor Balbir Singh | The M&Ms: Malaria, Man, Monkeys & Mosquitoes (2016), Public Lecture @ Pustaka Negeri Sarawak Auditorium