Terrie has been working in Malawi since 1986. She spends six months of the year there, conducting malaria research and treating patients, the vast majority of whom are children. The Blantyre Malaria Project, established by Terrie and Malcolm Molyneux, has carried out outstanding research and patient care in the area of pediatric malaria, specifically cerebral malaria, a syndrome in which the brain is involved.
Terrie’s colleague, Dr. Malcolm Molyneux, has been along for every step of the Blantyre Malaria Project, as well as watching the landscape of medicine change in Malawi. Read his fascinating take on 40 years of practicing in the warm heart of Africa.
Excerpt from the Malawi Medical Journal, Volume 28, issue 3