Medicine’s Brian Grimberg weighs in on likeliness of malaria pandemic

Experts quell worries about locally acquired malaria in the U.S.

MedPage TodayBrian Grimberg, associate professor of pathology at the School of Medicine, weighed in on how recent cases of malaria found in the U.S. won’t cause a situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, explaining that transmission of malaria is difficult. “An infected mosquito would have to come through a screened window, bite one person, fly away for a couple of weeks, and then come back, find, and bite another person,” he said.