The School Leaver’s Attachment Scheme (SLAS), selects talented students from Kilifi who have just completed high school with excellent grades to go on a three-month attachment. Students gain valuable work experience in laboratories, hospital wards, computer departments and community interaction. This experience gives students an...
On 7th and 8th December 2017 31 upper primary science teachers from local primary schools within the Kilifi Health and Demographic Surveillance system (KHDSS) visited KEMRI. The teachers learnt about KEMRI, they got a chance to visit the laboratories and together with scientists brainstormed on...
Timbila Boys’ Secondary School visited KEMRI on 29th Septemeber 2017.They had an opportunity to learn about different research studies at KEMRI and had a chance to visit the microbiology and immunology laboratories.
Marafiki Secondary school visited KEMRI-Wellcome trust on 21st February 2017. The students accompanied by their science teachers spent time learning about health research. They also had a chance to to interact with the researchers who shared information about their academic background; where they schooled, the course they took at...
This year county science and engineering fair projects will be held in Mariakani from 10th May to 13th May 2017. Some of the schools which presented their project at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Programme for review were Ng’ombeni Secondary School with 16 projects,St.Teresa Secondary with 20 projects,Marereni...
This year county science and engineering fair projects will be held in Mariakani Secondary school from 10th May to 13th May 2017. Some of the schools which presented their project at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Programme for review are Ng’ombeni Secondary School with 16 projects,St.Teresa Secondary with...
Medical Research on Vaccines, Global Epidemiology, Genomics, Health Systems, & Clinical Care.
Malaria hospitalisation in East Africa: age, phenotype and transmission intensity
We’re looking for a postdoc to join our team in our efforts to examine decolonization and health research in Africa.
Closing date: 2nd Feb 2022
Details can be found here:
@SassyMolyneux @KuiMuraya @DKamuya @seyeabimbola @Lucy_Gilson @atuire @o_rutazibwa
1/ Findings from @alice_w_kamau https://bmcmedicine.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12916-021-02224-w
This builds on work here: https://doi.org/10.1126/science.abj0089 that used data from 6.5k hospital admissions to compare severe malaria types and rates with the community prevalence of infection.
JOB ALERT 📢: Director of Global Health @UniofOxford We are looking for an inspirational leader to work with us across disciplines to develop our strategy for global health research and impact. Read about our aims at https://www.wittkieffer.com/position/36818-director-of-global-health/
#ScienceReadForSunday: Read new paper in @PLOSGPH by researchers @KEMRI_Wellcome ‘Plasmodium falciparum parasite prevalence in East Africa: Updating data for #malaria stratification’