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Professor Trudie Lang, Director of The Global Health Network, Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health talks about doing difficult trials in difficult places - including malaria and ebola trials.

Trudie Lang

Professor Trudie Lang leads the Global Health Network which is a forum to help clinical researchers with trial design, methods, interpretation of regulations, and general operations. They are conducting methodology research to identify the real barriers and issues involved in non-commercial trials, with the aim of developing best practice guidelines.

The Global Health Network

The Global Health Network is a successful and growing online science park comprised of varied research communities for different health research groups and cross-cutting health topics. It is built for the research and wider health community by researchers and public health practitioners themselves. It is a trusted source of quality information, education and research tools.