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

Severe childhood malnutrition

Severe childhood malnutrition

Posted 12/10/2017

Severe malnutrition remains common in low-income countries, principally among young children. It usually arises from poor sanitation and infections, besides food insecurity. This comprehensive review by Professor James Berkley describes how research is needed, using modern clinic and laboratory tools, to better understand changes in metabolism, infections and the immune system to improve treatment.

Community engagement for the rapid elimination of malaria: the case of Kayin State, Myanmar

Community engagement for the rapid elimination of malaria: the case of Kayin State, Myanmar

Posted 03/10/2017
Professor Phaik Yeong Cheah and colleagues published a paper describing their experience and challenges engaging with communities involved in the Targeted Malaria Elimination initiative in Karen State, Myanmar. The report gives a detailed account of the activities conducted and challenges encountered which included difficulties explaining concepts like drug resistance and submicroscopic infection.

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