“Priorities for research on meningococcal disease and the impact of serogroup A vaccination in the African meningitis belt”
The main conclusions from the Dakar discussion group meeting on “Priorities for research on meningococcal disease and the impact of serogroup A vaccination in the African meningitis belt” are published.
MenAfriCar poster wins second prize from among 450 posters at the African Society for Laboratory Medicine, Capetown, South Africa
A MenAfriCar poster won second prize from among 450 posters at the African Society for Laboratory Medicine, Capetown, South Africa. The poster reported on “Cross-validation of three advanced laboratory technologies: Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), Quantitative Enzyme Linked Immuno Sorbent Assay (qELISA) and Serum Bactericidal Antibody (SBA) Assay in laboratories in sub-Saharan Africa” and was presented by Dr Olivier Manigart on behalf of the MenAfriCar Consortium.
Professor Sir Brian Greenwood receives Canada Gairdiner Global Health Award
Brian Greenwood visited Canada to receive the Canada Gairdner Global Health award for his work on preventing pneumonia and meningitis.
MenAfriCar Newsletter August 2012
Our latest News Letter is now available to view online
MenAfriCar scientists attended the International Pathogenic Neisseria Conference
MenAfriCar scientists attended the International Pathogenic Neisseria Conference and presented posters on “Low carriage of serogroup A in the meningitis belt”and “Household crowding, social mixing patterns and respiratory symptoms in seven countries of the African meningitis belt”
Data Management Trainee visits LSHTM
AHRI candidate undertakes 3 month data management training placement at LSHTM.
749 Meningitis Deaths in West and Central Africa this Year
According to a report released by UNOCHA last week, 749 people have died from meningitis across West and Central Africa this year.
Meningitis Outbreak in Chad
At least 16 deaths have been reported in the ongoing meningitis epidemic in Chad.
Brian Greenwood Wins Gairdner Award
Brian Greenwood wins 2012 Gairdner Global Health Award for his contribution to reducing child mortality in Africa.
Graduate Research Assistant Vacancy
The University of Oxford seeks applications for a Graduate Research Assistant in Molecular Microbiology.
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