The Oxford Senior Executive Programme in Global Health aims to provide participants with cutting edge research updates delivered by world-renowned researchers in the field of global health. 3 - 9 September 2018 at Exeter College. The programme will be structured with discussions around the opportunities for and challenges in generating relevant evidence, synthesizing existing evidence, using evidence to inform policy, implementing complex interventions and evaluating such interventions
The Showcase will take place on the 13 June 2018 at the Said Business School. The afternoon showcase will consist of presentations by leading scientists, business, pharma, biotech and healthcare professionals involved in developing therapeutics; The agenda will focus on successful research initiatives, academic/biopharma industry collaborations and spin-outs from around Oxford and the region, and celebrate recent technology and research initiatives in therapeutic development. Register here.
Malaria is the most important parasitic infection to still affect humans, and a safe use of antimalarial drugs is paramount. The current explosion of clinical data is causing a jungle of data; making sense of all this data will greatly help us in our fight to eliminate malaria.
China Vice Premier Madam Sun Chunlan and Minster of National Health Commission Ma Xiaowei visited CAMS Oxford Centre for Translational Immunology Beijing branch on 14th May 2018, accompanied by Professor Xuetao Cao and Professor Wang Chen (President of CAMS).
Kartika Karaswati, Stuart Blacksell and colleagues reviewed the diagnostic accuracy of the available scrub typhus point-of-care tests, feasible to be used in resource limited settings. Although the available evidence is varied in methodology and quality, POCTs appear to have low false positive rates, thus confidence in interpreting a positive result can be high.
Thurs 24 May 2018, 1 - 2 pm
Lecture Theatre 1
Haematology: "World Sickle Day- nothing 'benign' about sickle cell disease", Dr Noémi Roy and Mrs Sandy Hayes
Psychological Medicine: "Medicine and 'Mental Health'", Prof Michael Sharpe
Chair: Prof Hugh Watkins
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