Anthony James

UCI vector biologist Anthony James

UC researchers pioneer more effective method of blocking malaria transmission in mosquitoes

New CRISPR-based gene drive approach successfully overcomes issue of resistance in females

UCI establishes Malaria Initiative to fight deadly disease in Africa

Acclaimed vector biologist Anthony James will lead multi-campus effort

UCI’s James, Mark join panels at prestigious Aspen Ideas Fest

Two of UCI’s most high-profile researchers are featured at this year’s Aspen Ideas Festival, at which leaders from around the globe and across many disciplines engage in deep and inquisitive discussion of current innovations and issues. On Friday, June 24, UCI vector biologist Anthony James participated in a panel on recent advances in gene editing that […]

Stopping malaria … one mosquito at a time

UCI vector biologist Anthony James and colleagues have developed a genetically modified insect model blocking transmission of the disease – and it may also work on Zika


University of California scientists create malaria-blocking mosquitoes

New insect model may help eradicate disease that sickens millions annually