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Oxford Tropical Medicine Day 2020

These presentations from our overseas researchers were shared with Medical Students at Oxford University on the 19th November 2020

Guy Thwaites

Professor Guy Thwaites from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about Clinical trials in life threatening infectious diseases

Sophie Yacoub

Dr Sophie Yacoub from our OUCRU unit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, tells us about dengue research in Vietnam

Paul Newton

Professor Paul Newton from Oxford and ex-Director of our LOMWRU unit in Laos tells us about: Laos, fevers, fakes & fish - public health research in Laos

Ivo Elliott

Dr Ivo Elliott from our MORU unit in Thailand tells us about Scrub & Murine: a beginners guide

Kevin Marsh

Professor Kevin Marsh from OCGHR in Oxford tells us about COVID-19: why are Africa's death rates low?

Diana Lockwood

Professor Diana Lockwood from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine tells us about Leprosy - Do not neglect this ancient disease

These presentations were recorded on Teams, which provide an automatic transcript. This transcript is accessible on Stream using an Oxford Single Sign On.

  • Guy Thwaites - Clinical trials in life threatening infectious diseases - starts at 00:02:37
  • Sophie Yacoub - Dengue - starts at 00:34:43
  • Paul Newton - Laos, fevers, fakes & fish, public health research in Laos - starts at 01:02:12
  • Ivo Elliott - Scrub & murine, a beginners guide - starts at 01:3131
  • Kevin Marsh - COVID-19, why are Africa's rates low? - starts at 02:01:55
  • Diana Lockwood - Leprosy - Do not neglect this ancient disease - starts at 02:31:55