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Locations

Art in Global Health residencies are taking place in six Wellcome Trust-funded research centres.

  • Kenya

    The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme is well known internationally for its work tackling malaria and other infectious diseases, particularly bacterial and viral childhood infections.

  • Malawi

    The Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme carries out health research on diseases such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and malaria, and trains clinical and laboratory scientists from Malawi and abroad.

  • South Africa

    The Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal carries out research on population and health issues affecting a rural population with one of the highest burdens of HIV in the world.

  • Thailand and Laos

    At the Wellcome Trust-Mahidol University-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Programme, medical researchers in Thailand and Laos are tackling some of Asia’s most important healthcare challenges. These range from endemic diseases such as malaria and melioidosis to the dangers of counterfeit drugs and the threat of pandemic flu.

  • United Kingdom

    The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute is one of the world’s leading genomic research centres. A leader in the Human Genome Project, it is now focused on understanding the role of genetics in health and disease. It aims to provide results that can be translated into diagnostics, treatments or therapies that reduce global health burdens.

  • Vietnam

    The Vietnam Research Programme, which is home to the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, is recognized internationally for its excellence in research into infectious diseases such as dengue, influenza, typhoid and tuberculosis.

 
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