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TrackMonkey 23:29, 29 October 2006 (UTC)
Greetings fellow malariologist
Hello. Just thought I'd drop a note to thank you for your interest in malaria. I'm a molecular parasitologist working on Leishmaniasis, but I'm trying to get the big three diseases to FA status. What is your main area of interest in malaria? TimVickers 00:31, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
- Referencing is the number 1 need of the malaria article (it could do with roughly twice the number of refs) and the vaccination section could be revamped completely. The Evolutionary Pressure on Human genes, section could lose the sub-sections and be condensed down to 3-4 paragraphs. Thanks for helping with this, I got distracted in my "Big 3" effort by basic biochemistry. TimVickers 04:52, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
Improving Immunology Articles
Hi Kurtrik, I am simply an editor who thinks some of the immunology articles on Wikipedia are far from complete and the quality can be easily improved. I'd love to do it all by myself, but it'd be even better to do it in a team, to be more efficient as well as to get a wider viewpoints (from the medical, molecular and cellular viewpoints for example). If you are interested, please go to here and just start editing. The purpose of the page (it's a new page) is simply to get everyone together and collaborate, as to ensure there's editors for different topics. I look forward to working with you soon, any help would be greatly appreciated. 00:47, 6 May 2012 (UTC)