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From trapping butterflies as a child to research into sleeping sickness vectors.
We have now awarded all the small grants for the 2019 small grants programme. This has been a record-breaking year, as we were able to award 50 early career research grants to researchers based across the world.
Globally, around 10 million people develop TB each year. The majority of these people live in countries such as India, China and Indonesia.
Dr Bethany Moos returns from Myanmar, where she conducted a retrospective review of patients admitted with snakebite and developed new snakebite education resources.
Those within the academic community will be considering open access over the coming week, Open Access Week. Open access (OA) refers to free, unrestricted online access to research, such as journal articles.
Cross-border partnership towards achieving control and elimination of NTDs
Dengue viruses can cause a range of conditions from asymptomatic infection, self-limiting febrile illness, potentially fatal plasma leakage syndrome to severe neurologic, cardiac, renal or other organ dysfunction.
As part of our five-year strategy, we are encouraging those working in and interested in tropical medicine and global health to start research into an aspect of this field that interests them.
How do you treat a disease where the number of people affected is not known, diagnosis and prevention are very difficult, and the cause remains unclear?
Population displacement is common and increasing. As of mid-2019, the World Health Organization estimates that 65 million people are forcibly displaced around the globe.
This World Population Day, we look at the vaccine coverage for Lebanese citizens and Syrian refugees in Lebanon and the impact that such a proportionally huge number of refugees is having on the health system there.