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Results of the Wellcome Trust funded trial of the experimental anti-Ebola drug TKM-130803 have been published today in PLOS Medicine. Using a novel approach designed to get rapid indications of a drug's effectiveness, the trial showed that at the dose given the drug did not improve survival compared to historic controls.
The Three Minute Thesis competition celebrates the exciting research conducted by Doctor of Philosophy (PhD/DPhil) students at MORU and OUCRU. The competition encourages and trains students to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to our non-specialist audience of invited high school students. Enjoy the highlights from our 2019 competition
Students Rachel Hounsell (South Africa), Adeniyi Aderoba (Nigeria), Sreymom Pol (Cambodia), Zay Yar Phyo Aung (Myanmar), Grace Mzumara (Malawi) and Feteh Fambombi Vitalis (Cameroon) describe what's like to be on the MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine
Students Samantha Fien-Helfman (USA), Grace Mzumara (Malawi), Naima Nasir (Nigeria), Farah Jawitz (South Africa), Elisha Ngetich (Kenya), Mesulame Namedre (Fiji), Nicole Feune de Colombi (Argentina), Luzia Tomas Freitas (Timor L’Este), Lilian Ibe (Nigeria) and Zoned Bentounsi (Morocco) describe what's like to be on the MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine
A conference on Global Health Systems Research, at St Antony's College, University of Oxford, on 6th December 2018. Crossing boundarie showcases the breadth and forms of multidisciplinary research employed to strengthen health systems in low- and middle-income countries. Keynote speakers introduced participants to a range of key methodologies and issues from across the spectrum of healt systems research.
The Tropical Immunology group research uses expertise in microbiology and immunology to drive understanding of how people respond to infections and vaccines. We study COVID-19, melioidosis, scrub typhus and tuberculosis, and are particularly interested in vaccine responses in people in low- and middle-income countries with diabetes, older age and immunocompromise.
MICRoBE is investigating and quantifying levels and trends of antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial consumption across the globe and over time to help inform policy and interventions. This includes quantifying health loss due to drug resistant infections (in collaboration with the Global Burden of Disease study), investigating the drivers of resistance as well as the impact of health system structures.
The DRIaDD group works on drug-resistant bacterial infections and other communicable disease including influenza, hepatitis E, and SARS-CoV-2.
Working across groups based in OCGHR and in the AAPs are a multi-disciplinary group of researchers and practitioners interested in strengthening equity and ethics in health and research initiatives involving LMICs through conducting social science research and supporting community/public engagement.
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What is it like to study in Oxford in the midst of a pandemic? Check out this video of our IHTM MSc student Greco Malijan's impressions of Oxford in the first few months of the course.
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The MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine is open to candidates from a variety of academic backgrounds, both medical and non-medical.