Research

Research

Research in NDM

The department supports investigator-led research through a series of well-founded laboratories. This research covers every aspect of biological science related to medicine: from the bench to the bedside, from blue sky to full clinical trials, from technology development to spin-out. It covers many fields and many clinical disciplines.

Researchers

The department supports this research in an environment designed to foster the long-term career development of fellows and research staff.

All of the above is made possible through the generosity and long-term support of our sponsors and funders.

Research Highlights

The double burden of diabetes and global infection in low and middle-income countries

The double burden of diabetes and global infection in low and middle-income countries

Posted 08/01/2019

Four out of five people in the world with diabetes now live in low and middle income countries. Professor Susanna Dunachie and her Thai collaborator Parinya Chamnan describe how diabetes leads to increased risk and worse outcomes for global infections such as TB, melioidosis and dengue, alongside discussing potential mechanisms and interventions.

Safety and immunogenicity of a heterologous prime-boost Ebola virus vaccine regimen - ChAd3-EBO-Z followed by MVA-EBO-Z in healthy adults in the UK and Senegal

Safety and immunogenicity of a heterologous prime-boost Ebola virus vaccine regimen - ChAd3-EBO-Z followed by MVA-EBO-Z in healthy adults in the UK and Senegal

Posted 07/12/2018

Vaccines against Ebola remain an urgent global health priority and outbreaks continue, notably the ongoing outbreak in North Kivu in the DRC. In this study published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, scientists from the Jenner Institute and IRESSEF in Senegal showed that combining two new vaccines against Ebola was safe and induced strong immune responses

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