MFI's Website: A Gateway for Malaria-Related Information....
In 1995, the MFI launched the first comprehensive In 1995, the development of internet and websites were in their infancy with information on malaria not readily available, and the information posted was the product of MFI’s Scientific Advisory Board and other volunteers. website to bring together information about malaria. This website has been a gateway for malaria-related information and has facilitated other efforts to fight malaria.
The initial MFI website was constructed with the support of Brad Landers of Net Node, Inc. The MFI acknowledges the foresight of former Board member Dr. Robert H. Nagel for securing the malaria.org domain. In 1996 the MFI established the first online dialog system for discussions on malaria. From 1998 through 2005, the site was developed and maintained by Dr. Kathryn Nason-Burchenal as vice-president of communications for the MFI. In 2006, the MFI website was reconstructed with the technical leadership of Sudeep Rangi and colleagues from Emory University's Student Coalition Empowering Emerging Nations (SCEEN) and staff volunteers from Emory's International Center for Malaria Research and Education (ICMRE).
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