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.
Excited to see our research on non-falciparum malaria prevalence in Kilifi county published!! https://wellcomeopenresearch.org/articles/7-207/v1. Thanks to @DELGEME1 for funding and grateful to @KEMRI_Wellcome @IOyier @kmut2030 @LeonMarigi @ V byictor and Margaret.
...Dr. Willis Akhwale, Senior Adviser African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) told at a panel discussion on role of research in healthcare attended by KEMRI Kilifi station DD Dr.@MwangangiJ3103. The facility is among the best globally to be involved in the rollout of the vaccine
In this paper we discuss potential for research review systems in LMICS to facilitate expeditiously much needed ethical research during global health emergencies and highlight missed opportunities wrt COVID19 @IABioethics @KEMRI_Wellcome @NIHRglobal @GHBNet @WHO @WHOKenya https://twitter.com/TropMedOxford/status/1555473316391133186