University accredited research institute
Tackling diseases of importance in Africa
Impacting health policy and practice
His five year programme is entitled ‘Hearing Impairment Genetic Studies in Africa’ (HI-GENES Africa), and he will work with colleagues from Cameroon, Mali, Ghana and South Africa.
This Continental Award is given in recognition of outstanding scientific achievement and contribution, through science, to socioeconomic development in Africa.
Tuberculosis can be detected in people with HIV infection via a unique blood signal before symptoms appear, according to the results of a new study led by researchers based in CIDRI-Africa (in the IDM) and international colleagues.
Kelly Chibale's invaluable contribution to the ongoing battle against malaria – amongst others – has been awarded an 'A' rating by the National Research Foundation.