Presentations

March 2012 Vaccines & other New Technologies for Control of Malaria & NTDs

In: • February 9th, 2015

Vaccines & Other New Technologies in the Control of Malaria & NTDs
Dr Peter Hotez, Sabin Vaccine Institute, Leader of the Vaccine Development Programme Texas Children’s Hospital & Baylor College of Medicine
Enlarging the Audacious Goal – the Elimination of the high prevelence of NTDs
Hotez APPMG Presentation

 

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Presentations October 2010

In: • January 23rd, 2015

LLIN Manufacture & Supply to large scale Public Health Campaings
Vestergaard Frandsen October 12th 2010

Malaria No More Submission to DFID Business Plan for Malaria
MNM UK Submission to DFID Malaria Business Plan Consultation Oct26

SMS for Life October 12th 2010

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Presentations October 2009

In: • January 23rd, 2015

Oliver Sabot, Coordinator Niger, the Clinton Foundation
O Sabot Niger Coordinator Clinton Foundation Oct 09

Jo Cohen, GSK , the RTS,s Malaria Cndidate
Joe Cohen GSK Oct 09
Christian Loucq, GSK
Christian Loucq MVI Oct 26 09

 

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Presentations June 2009

In: • January 22nd, 2015

Professor Nick White, Oxford University &Professor of Tropical Medicine at Mahidol University, Thailand
Working Towards the Elimination of Malaria
Professor Nick White Working Towards Elimination of Malaria June 09

Professor Bob Snow Prospects for Control & limination
Professor Bob Snow June 2009 Prospects for Control and Elimination

Andy Wright, GSK
GSK Any Wright The Role of the Corporates 20 May 09

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Presentation May 2009

In: • January 22nd, 2015

Andy Wright, GSK, Private Sector in Malaria Control
GSK Any Wright The Role of the Corporates 20 May 09J

John Luke & Adam Flynn, Sumitomo Corporate & Social responsibility
Sumitomo Adam Flynn May 09 – corporates

 

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Presentations March 2009

In: • January 22nd, 2015

Coartem D Novartis 23 March 09

Coartem D MMV 23rd March 09

 

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November 2014 Capacity Strengthening

In: • November 10th, 2014

Professor Sir Brian Greenwood, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, provided an overview and introduce a 17 minute film on the Malaria Capacity Development Consortium, MCDC, which has been working to strengthen PhD training programmes in five African universities.

This work, funded by the Wellcome Trust with co-funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is increasingly recognised as a model for institutional and scientific research capacity development.

An MCDC doctoral student, post-doctoral fellow and member of staff of one of the partner African institutions will discuss their experience of the MCDC programme.

– Evelyn Korkor Ansah is a Deputy Director of the Research and Development Division of the Ghana Health Service.

– Dr Sanie Sesay Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine has worked in the field of clinical trials and malaria epidemiology. He relocated to Malawi for his Malaria Capacity Development Consortium PhD studentship and now has a postdoctoral position at Department of Clinical Sciences at LSTM.

– Dr Wilson Mandala a Senior Lecturer in Basic Medical Sciences at the College of Medicine, University of Malawi

Presentations on the presentation page 

Greenwood APPMG presentation   Sesay _APPMG presentation

WMandala APPMG Presentation     Ansah_APPMG_presentation (2)

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The Elimination of Blinding Trachoma

In: • October 27th, 2014

Eleanor Fuller – Blinding trachoma presentation

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The European Foundation for NTDs Research Initiative in Africa

In: • October 27th, 2014

EFNTD Presentations July 2014 small

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Potential Progress in reducing the Malaria burden in the Next Decade

In: • October 27th, 2014

Azra Ghani Imperial College June 2014 – For Web

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