Webinar | COVID-19 vaccine development: Lessons learned from social science research and community engagement in clinical trials in low-resource settings

While some have already received a COVID-19 vaccine, vaccine trials are ongoing. More than 50 candidate vaccines are currently in clinical trials in humans, including 16 in phase 3 trials, and around 100 at the exploratory pre-clinical stage. As these trials continue, a number of social, ethical, and political questions are emerging. Read more about Webinar | COVID-19 vaccine development: Lessons learned from social science research and community engagement in clinical trials in low-resource settings

INVITATION TO NATIONAL RESEARCHDISSEMINATION AND POLICY ENGAGEMENT MEETING OF POST-DISCHARGE MALARIACHEMOPREVENTION (PMC) STUDY FINDINGS

The research team from Makerere University College of Health Sciences led by Dr. Richard Idro and Dr. Robert Opoka, together with the National Malaria Control Division (NMCD)- Ministry of Health, cordially invite you to participate in the aforementioned research dissemination meeting and policy dialogue scheduled to take place on Thursday, 3rd December 2020 from 9:00am-12:00amRead more about INVITATION TO NATIONAL RESEARCHDISSEMINATION AND POLICY ENGAGEMENT MEETING OF POST-DISCHARGE MALARIACHEMOPREVENTION (PMC) STUDY FINDINGS

Online Public PhD Defense | Evaluation of novel biomarkers and tests for TB screening and diagnosis

The Dean School of Biomedical Sciences, Makerere University College of Health Sciences kindly requests you to save the date of  Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 for Alfred Andama Onubia's PhD Defense. See below details of the defense:

PhD Candidate: Alfred Andama Onubia

Title: Evaluation of novel biomarkers and tests for TB screening and diagnosis

Date: Wednesday 25th November 2020

Time: 9:00 am

Venue: Online and MakCHS College Conference Room Read more about Online Public PhD Defense | Evaluation of novel biomarkers and tests for TB screening and diagnosis

Dissemination Meeting: TRANSFORMING PRESUMPTIVE AGE ESTIMATION IN UGANDA: METHODS, CERTAINTY AND THE LAW

This will be a dissemination meeting for the study entitled "TRANSFORMING PRESUMPTIVE AGE ESTIMATION IN UGANDA: METHODS, CERTAINTY AND THE LAW".  The study explored age estimation methods and challenges faced using these methods. It also developed dental age standards appropriate for the Ugandan adolescent population that can be adopted for our system. The study found that tooth development methods are superior to using tooth eruption methods.  

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