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Boston University College of Public Wellness explores changing global wellness system for malaria research This week PLoS Medicine publishes the 3rd in a four-part group of policy papers examining the ways that global health institutions and arrangements are changing and evolving. In this third paper, Gerald Keusch and co-workers explore the changing global wellness system for malaria analysis and the delivery of study products to those vulnerable to the disease. They examine the agencies and actors involved, and the plans that govern their conversation, plus they speculate about the continuing future of malaria study and control.