Scientists from KEMRI-Wellcome Trust visited Kachororon, Vipingo, Mtepeni secondary schools for career talk.The scientists interacted with over 700 students from the 3 schools and advised them on different research careers.
While the overall prevalence of neurological impairments and disability in school-going children has decreased over time in Kilifi, known risk factors remain unaddressed. In this video,@Jonathan_Abuga gives more details about this study https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJutRbJuGi8
Great article by @Telegraph highlighting efforts by our researchers at #KWTRP on genomic surveillance in response to the #COVID19 pandemic. Read more about this amazing work by the team here https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/variant-hunters-scientists-tracking-covids-every-move/
Very grateful to @RSTMH for the award; my mentors (@EmanueleLANCS, @allyeko & Bob Snow) family, friends for unwavering support; @KEMRI_Wellcome & @IDeAL_KEMRI_WT for the platform; @sam_skmuchina for nomination; @royalsociety for current NIF fellowship and my host @LancasterUni. https://twitter.com/RSTMH/status/1446113084049928192