University accredited research institute
Tackling diseases of importance in Africa
Impacting health policy and practice
A primary analysis published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows positive results in a clinical trial conducted in tuberculosis-endemic regions.
We are seeking applicants for one PhD fellowship position: the successful candidate will be based within the Division of Clinical Pharmacology at UCT. The incumbent will work under the joint supervision of Professor Gary Maartens, Head of Division, and Professor David Haas, Vanderbilt University, US.
The prestigious SAMRC Scientific Merit Awards gala event was held on 30 August 2018 in Cape Town. The annual event, a highlight in South Africa’s health calendar, recognises and celebrates leading health research through a set of established medal awards.
Newton Mobility one-year awards are intended to strengthen the research capacity/capability of, and contribute to promoting economic development and social welfare in, the overseas country. The awards will also initiate the development of longer-term links between the overseas and UK researchers.
Awards might include a range of related activities, but mobility (in the form of visits and exchanges, etc.) should form an integral part of proposals. The main purpose of the funding is to cover travel and maintenance costs, although costs related to other eligible activities will be considered. Partnerships including a training element and involving scholars in the early stages in their career will be looked on favourably.