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Leading African scientists to drive continent’s research agenda

Feb 29th, 2016

Dr Samson M Kinyanjui is one of the seven leading African researchers who are recipients of funding from the Wellcome Trust and the Department for International Development (DFID) to establish cutting-edge rese

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Salmonella unmasked as major killer of young children in Africa

Feb 29th, 2016

Invasive Salmonella infections in sub-Saharan Africa are a major cause of child illness and deaths, a new body of research into this usually overlooked infectious disease has revealed. In the West, Salmonella i

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DELTAS Africa programmes

Apr 12th, 2016

Dr Samson M Kinyanjui is one of the seven leading African researchers who are recipients of funding from the Wellcome Trust and the Department for International Development (DFID) to establish cutting-edge rese

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No Hib booster needed by vaccinated infants in Kenya

Apr 12th, 2016

Children living in Kenya are well protected from life-threatening infections such as meningitis, sepsis and pneumonia caused by the bacteria Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), by the existing three-dose vacci

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Engaging researchers and community members on the ethics of sharing research data

Apr 12th, 2016

The research team from the Health Research Ethics and Community Liaison Groups in the KEMRI|Wellcome Trust Research Programme were recently involved in an international collaborative project on the ethics of sh

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Best display in the Health and Pharmaceuticals Sector

Apr 12th, 2016

The KEMRI|Wellcome Trust Research Programme scoops the 1st prize in the just completed ASK show in Mombasa This years Mombasa International Show was held on August 26- 30, where the KEMRI| Wellcome Trust Resear

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The Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine Protects Kenyan Children

Apr 12th, 2016

The Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine Protects Kenyan Children East African Regional Meeting on Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccines: Evidence to Policy 22nd-24th June 2015 Policy makers, experts and other stakeholders

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VSV-Ebola vaccine appears to be safe

Apr 12th, 2016

Initial results from the Phase 1 trials of the candidate Ebola vaccine rVSV ZEBOV suggest that the vaccine is safe and generates an immune response. The research, published in the New England Journal of Medicin

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New hope for the fight against Malaria

Apr 12th, 2016

Promising results from a recent vaccine clinical trial in Kenya raise new hope in the fight against malaria The development of a safe and effective malaria vaccine to reduce the intolerable burden that malaria

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The RTS,S trial vaccine results

Apr 12th, 2016

Final results from a large-scale Phase III trial of the RTS,S malaria vaccine candidate, including the impact of a booster dose, published today in The Lancet, show that the vaccine candidate helped protect chi

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First Lady Visits KWTRP

Apr 12th, 2016

H.E The first lady Margaret Kenyatta on her tour to the Kilifi County hospital made a stopover and visited the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme Laboratories where the team presented her with excerpts of

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KEMRI – Wellcome Trust at the 10th International Congress of Tropical Paediatrics

Apr 12th, 2016

The 10th International congress on tropical pediatrics got off to a good start on Sunday August 24th at the Kenyatta International Conference Center in Nairobi. The KEMRI- Wellcome Trust team provided updates o

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Promising candidate Ebola vaccines trials to begin in Europe, Gabon and Kenya.

Apr 12th, 2016

Trials of one of the most promising candidate Ebola vaccines are to begin swiftly in healthy volunteers in Europe, Gabon and Kenya, as funds from the Wellcome Trust enable an international consortium to acceler

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Information for Malaria Project (INFORM)

Apr 12th, 2016

Africa is experiencing an overall decline in the risk of malaria infection that appears to have started before, but accelerated after, the massive scale up of interventions since the launch of the Roll Back Mal

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Matriculation – Dr Jalemba Aluvaala

Apr 12th, 2016

Jalemba Aluvaala was matriculated at the University of Oxford on the 12th of March 2015.  Dr Aluvaala will be pursuing his DPhil in Clinical Medicine, a 4 year course that compliments on-going work in the Depa

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KWTRP nurse wins the Global Research Nurses essay competition

Apr 12th, 2016

The 2014 award for the Global Research Nurses essay competition goes to one of our own, Patience Ndonye. Pepe as fondly known to us participated in the essay competition held in October last year and emerged th

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Reflections by trial participants

Apr 12th, 2016

On the other side of research – The reflections of a trialist and two participants on the Ebola vaccine trial in Kilifi. Unlike the usual practice where researchers are the ones carrying out trials Sassy

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Recent Findings

Apr 12th, 2016

Incidence and risk factors for sexual assault among MSM and young women in Coastal Kenya The KEMRI Wellcome Trust Programme researchers have been for the past 10 years studying how rape among sex workers and me

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Ebola Vaccine Trial begins in Kilifi

Apr 12th, 2016

Researchers at the KEMRI| Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kilifi, Kenya, have started the human testing of a vaccine designed to protect against Ebola. The first dose of the VSV-Ebola vaccine was administe

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KEMRI – Wellcome Trust marks 25 years of health research in the community

Apr 12th, 2016

President Uhuru Kenyatta on a tour during his visit at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust complex in Kilifi in October 24th 2014. The president officially commissioned the Mbuyuni Training Complex at the KEMRI’s Ce

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One of the most prestigious prizes in Africa awarded to Dr Faith Osier

Apr 12th, 2016

This year’s Royal Society Pfizer Prize Award 2014 goes to our young researcher, Dr Faith Osier. This award is considered one of the most prestigious prizes and recognizes Faiths valuable and innovative c

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KWTRP and Pwani University Launches a Joint Postgraduate Diploma in Research Methods

Apr 12th, 2016

As part of our collaboration with Pwani University in building capacity for research we have jointly launched a new course designated Postgraduate Diploma in Research Methods. This course is modeled on the high

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Pneumococcal vaccination of children in Kenya can provide ‘herd protection’ to unvaccinated population

Apr 12th, 2016

Findings suggest vaccine will be effective in other low-income countries The introduction of a new pneumococcal vaccine in routine immunisation programmes in Kenya reduced levels of the pneumococcal bacterium i

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First estimates of newborns requiring treatment for bacterial infection show 7 million cases

Apr 12th, 2016

Nearly 7 million babies in the first month of life (neonates) required treatment for severe bacterial infection in South Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America in 2012, according to a new study published in

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Philip Bejon awarded the Chalmers Medal

Apr 12th, 2016

Philip Bejon has been awarded the Chalmers Medal by the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, a leading UK based organisation that supports research into Global Health. This is awarded to researchers

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New test for childhood TB offers hope of earlier and more accurate diagnosis

Apr 12th, 2016

In this week’s New England Journal of Medicine, an international team of investigators based in Europe and Africa, report the results of a study to identify a gene expression signature for childhood tuber

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The CIN Newsletter

Apr 12th, 2016

The Ministry of Health & County Hospitals have partnered in a collaborative project to support improved data collection and use of hospital data with KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research programme and the Kenya Pa

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Burden of disease estimates reveal multiple risks for Kilifi adults

Apr 12th, 2016

Adults in Kilifi face a combined burden of infectious and non-communicable diseases, according to a report published in the Lancet Global Health. Infectious diseases were a major cause of illness among both men

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Podcasts from Africa

Apr 12th, 2016

Researchers from the Programme featured on the “Podcasts from Africa” series by Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology at the University of Glasgow. Click here for details. Follow us on KE

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School-going children bring home a virus that causes severe pneumonia in infants

Apr 12th, 2016

Infants are highly susceptible to severe pneumonia from a virus called respiratory syncytial virus or RSV.  Identifying who infects infants with this virus is important in designing the best options for preven

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Despite unprecedented investment in malaria control, 57% of Africa’s population remains at moderate to high risk of contracting the most deadly form of malaria

Apr 12th, 2016

Despite unprecedented investment in malaria control in Africa over the past decade, about 57% of the population still live in areas where risk of infection remains moderate to high, according to new research pu

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Dr Faith Osier Awarded the African Research Leader Fellowship

Apr 12th, 2016

Dr Faith Osier has been awarded the prestigious African Research Leader (ARL) Fellowship. The ARL Fellowship, is supported by The Medical Research Council, UK and the UK Department for International Development

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The Role of Data in Transforming Healthcare

Apr 12th, 2016

The Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine Impact Study (PCVIS) was set up to track the impact of the PCV10 vaccine on invasive pneumococcal disease. Working closely with the Ministry of Health, the project monitors va

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VISIT BY DFID TO KWTRP – NAIROBI OFFICES

Apr 18th, 2016

A team from the Department of International Development (DFID), based in Nairobi, met with Senior Managers at the KEMRI – Wellcome Trust Nairobi offices including the Executive Director, Prof. Philip Bejo

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ZIka Virus research in Kilifi

Apr 18th, 2016

Despite its discovery in Uganda in 1947 little is known about Zika virus (ZIKV) and its importance as a cause of illness in East Africa. Now, researchers at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Programme in Kilifi, Kenya a

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Medical Symposium for Doctors

Apr 18th, 2016

Professor Grace Irimu conducted an afternoon symposium for medical students who have just completed their final year exams and due to graduate next year. The symposium was held on the 19th of Nov 2015 at the

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WORLD PRE-MATURITY DAY COMMEMORATED ON 17TH NOVEMBER

Apr 18th, 2016

The Ministry of Health and partners in child health marked the World Prematurity Day on the 17th of November 2015, at the Azure Royal Orchid Hotel in Westlands. Partners in child health met to discuss on pre-te

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Our related projects

Apr 18th, 2016

The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme was set up in 1989 with a primary focus on malaria research. Over the years the research programme has expanded and conducts wide-ranging research in various discipli

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Malaria Vaccine gets a nod form EU regulators

Apr 19th, 2016

GSK,s malaria candidate vaccine, MosquirixTM (RTS,S), receives positive opinion from European regulators for the prevention of malaria in young children in sub-Saharan Africa WHO will now assess how the world&#

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Visit to KEMRI-WELLCOME TRUST Nairobi by Sir Mark Walport

Apr 19th, 2016

Sir Mark Walport, the previous director of the Wellcome Trust and currently the UK Governments Chief Scientific Advisor, visited the Nairobi KEMRI-Wellcome Trust offices on the 14th of July 2015 and held brief

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Prof. Kath Maitland Elected to the Academy of medical Science

May 4th, 2016

47 world leading UK researchers amongst them Prof Kath Maitland who is based at the KEMRI |Wellcome Trust research Programme in Kilifi have been elected to the prestigious Fellowship of the Academy of Medical S

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KWTRP Scientists feted at the 16th kenya paediatric association (KPA) conference

May 4th, 2016

The Kenya Paediatric Association diner on the 28th of April 2016 at the Boma Hotel in Eldoret, was the climax of the KPA annual meeting that brought together over 300 delegates from the health sector in Kenya.

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WELLCOME TRUST SITE VISIT REVIEW

May 17th, 2016

Prof. Jeremy Farrar, Director of the Wellcome Trust in the UK, led a review panel team to Nairobi and Kilifi in Kenya last week, to assess projects that had been ongoing over the past five years. The structural

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A course focused on advances in the Immunobiology of Parasites, Pathogens and Pathogenesis: 19-24 Sept 2016, Kenya

May 19th, 2016

This one week course is targeted at PhD students and early postdocs who have a strong interest in the interaction between the immune system, Parasites and other Pathogens and how this underlies the Pathogenesis

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The Virus Epidemiology and Control Research Group

May 23rd, 2016

The Epidemiology and Demography Department studies a range of respiratory and enteric viruses that are of major public health importance at the coastal region of Kenya. The department’s focus is understan

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MALARIA COMMUNICATION STRATEGY 2016-2021

Jun 10th, 2016

A four day meeting convened by the Ministry of Health was held at Naivasha to develop the National Malaria Communication Strategy 2016-2021. The strategy document provides directions to guide the development, i

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KEMRI-WELLCOME TRUST AT THE 3RD ANNUAL M&E CONFERENCE

Jun 16th, 2016

The theme of this years’ annual 3rd monitoring and evaluation conference, was ‘embracing e-health for improved service delivery, data quality and data use’. The meeting held at the Kenya school of monetar

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Daily co-trimoxazole prophylaxis amongst severely malnourished children–clinical trial finds no reduction in mortality

Jun 23rd, 2016

Published in LANCET Global Health Volume 4, No. 7, e464–e473, July 2016   Each year, about 1 million children around the world die from SAM (severe acute malnutrition). Deaths in children with SAM mostly

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CO-DESIGN WORKSHOP

Jul 5th, 2016

An interactive and exciting workshop on designing hospital based applications took place on Wednesday 22nd June at KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme offices in Nairobi. The co-design workshop was fun, int

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Dissemination meeting on implications of Insecticide Resistance on Malaria Vector Control

Jul 6th, 2016

A meeting to disseminate findings of a recent study on the impact of malaria insecticide resistance, led by Prof Charles Mbogo of KEMRI-Wellcome Trust, took place at the Panafric hotel on June 28th 2016. The Ke

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Wellcome Trust Intermediate Fellowship

Jul 26th, 2016

Dr Emelda A. Okiro, has won an intermediate Fellowship Award through the Wellcome Trust to start in October 2016. Her award will explore subnational trends and determinants of Child Mortality in Kenya over 25 y

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Pfizer Award 2016

Jul 26th, 2016

The Pfizer Award 2016 is awarded to Dr Amina Abubakar for pioneering psychological research in East Africa and her work developing neuro developmental assessments which are now being used throughout Africa. Dr

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Africa’s top 30 innovative entrepreneurs

Jul 26th, 2016

Evelyn Gitau was listed as one of Africa’s top 30 innovators in this years’ ranking by a US-based digital media outlet Quartz for her work on biomarkers to diagnose cerebral malaria among children. Evelyn c

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MoH & KWTRP HSD-N meeting

Aug 1st, 2016

The Ministry of Health together with KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme and stakeholders had a meeting on the 28th of July. The main agenda was to discuss on basic and recommended standards of quality nurs

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Advisory meeting on the HSD-N project

Aug 1st, 2016

A meeting to review progress and guide continuing research on inpatient Neonatal Care in Nairobi City County took place on the 29th of July at the KERMI-Wellcome Trust Programme offices in Nairobi. Participants

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Life-saving Instruction For Emergencies secures seed funding

Aug 19th, 2016

Life-saving Instruction For Emergencies (LIFE), a mobile gaming app designed to provide vital emergency care training to remote communities in sub-Saharan Africa, emerged among 12 of the world’s most promisin

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KENYAN PhD STUDENTS & RESEARCHERS ACCLAIMED AT OTN

Sep 19th, 2016

Speaking at the Oxford Tropical Network (OTN), meeting on September 7th 2016, Professor Christopher Conlon, acknowledged and praised the quality of work coming from the Kenyan PhD Students and the overall resea

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Exploring routinely reported malaria data in Kenya; a data quality assessment

Sep 19th, 2016

The findings of a study reviewing malaria data reported through routine health information systems were disseminated on Friday 16th September 2016 at a workshop held at Gracehouse resort in Nairobi. Data obtain

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Winner of the best poster presentation at OTN – Steve Magare

Sep 21st, 2016

A poster on ‘Surveying the electronic health record systems landscape in Kenyan public hospitals’ emerged as the best poster at the recent Oxford Tropical Network Meeting at Oxford, Keble College on Septemb

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Africa wins bid to host International Congress on Immunology 2022

Sep 28th, 2016

Africa has secured the winning bid to host the 2022 International Congress on Immunology (IUIS2022). It is the first time the Congress is being hosted in Africa and Cape town will welcome 6 000 delegates who ar

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Nursing Hierarchical Task Analysis Workshop

Oct 7th, 2016

A workshop on neonatal nursing hierarchical task analysis took place on the 6th of October 2016 at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust office in Nairobi. The workshop whose aim was to draw and describe in details, how key

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Prof. Kevin Marsh feted for contributions to health in Africa

Oct 24th, 2016

Professor Marsh, a principal investigator at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kilifi, Kenya, as well as senior adviser to the African Academy of Sciences, won an award  that recognises his sustai

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The Oxford Health Systems Collaboration

Nov 11th, 2016

The Nuffield Department of Medicine has recently helped support a new initiative that is working towards strengthening Health Systems Research in Kenya, more can be viewed on this link http://www.tropicalmedic

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Quality data for quality care, the Clinical Information Network

Nov 14th, 2016

Dr. Magdalene Kuria of Kisumu East County Hospital acknowledged that the data being generated on sick newborns within the clinical information network (CIN) ‘had greatly improved’ since 2013 and encouraged

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National information to support improved health outcomes in Kenya discussed at KPA meeting

Nov 14th, 2016

The Ministry of Health is working towards improving the classification of deaths in Kenya so that they can meet international standards, ICD-10 (the 10th revision of the International Statistical Classification

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Health Systems Global meeting in Vancouver

Nov 16th, 2016

Our Health Systems team has a strong presence in the ongoing Health Systems Global meeting in Vancouver Canada. This years theme is “Resilient and responsive health systems for a changing world”  and m

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Math models used to predict most effective new RSV vaccine

Dec 2nd, 2016

In a first, scientists used computer simulations to identify the vaccines most likely to be effective against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), the most common cause of infant severe pneumonia worldwide.   Al

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Oxford academics ‘engage’ virtual reality distance learning at CES

Jan 6th, 2017

Engage – a virtual reality (VR) education platform capable of giving hands on lessons anywhere in the world – is set to be used to showcase the Life-Saving Instruction for Emergencies (LIFE) project

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Nairobi newborn studies feedback meeting

Feb 1st, 2017

A feedback dissemination meeting on the just concluded Nairobi newborn study took place on Monday 30th January and was attended by 75 delegates. Discussions were on: routine newborn care in newborn units, infra

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LINK programme visit to Kenya

Feb 2nd, 2017

On 23-24 January 2017, the LINK programme held its first full team meeting hosted by Professor Bob Snow in Nairobi, Kenya. This was a valuable opportunity for the London and Nairobi-based team members to meet

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Nurturing young researchers in Kilifi

Mar 3rd, 2017

KEMRI-Wellcome is a high-tech research programme based in Kilifi County, in rural Kenya.  Alongside research like sequencing DNA or intensive analysis of population data, the programme actively engages the com

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International Public Engagement Workshop in Kenya

Mar 10th, 2017

It was an exciting couple of days at the Naivasha Salewa lodge in Kenya, where a workshop on public engagement, the first in Africa was held. The Wellcome Trust’s Major Overseas Programmes (MOPs) in Kenya, Ma

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Using genomes to understand transmission of RSV in the community

Mar 20th, 2017

For a mother, nothing worries like waking up in the middle of the night with an infant with a fever and difficulty in breathing. But these are common occurrences for infants and young children especially in a h

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Over 90 percent improvement recorded on the documentation of common childhood illnesses

Apr 27th, 2017

Documentation of patient history & essential key signs, within the Clinical Information Network (CIN), improved to over 90 percent across 14 hospitals. Reports generated indicate a steady improvement in dat

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Strathmore hosts e-health meeting

May 2nd, 2017

Strathmore University this year hosted the Kenya Health Informatics Association (KeHIA), meet up that was rich in content with presentations and discussions from the University of Nairobi, the KEMRI-Wellcome Tr

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Three controversies in health data science

May 4th, 2017

Prof. Niels Peek introduced the three controversies in health data science in a well-attended public lecture at the Strathmore University on Wednesday. The three controversies discussed were; data shall be used

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Prof Tom Williams and Prof. Jay Berkley elected as Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences

May 10th, 2017

Prof. Tom Williams and Prof. Jay Berkley are among 46 world leading researchers elected to the prestigious Academy of Medical Science Fellowship. The two have been elected for their contribution to biomedical a

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Interactive feedback meeting at Mbagathi Hospital

May 26th, 2017

Dr. Jacinta Nzinga on the right, engages nursing officers at the Mbagathi County hospital. The results dissemination activity took place on May 12th 2017. Discussions were lively and provided useful insights as

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PERCH Project Publishes CID Supplement on Foundational Basis for Forthcoming Pneumonia Etiology Results

Jun 2nd, 2017

The foundational basis for the pneumonia etiology results from the PERCH (Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health) project have been published in a 23-paper supplement in Clinical Infectious Diseases. The

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Kenya has gaps in diagnosing and managing epilepsy

Jun 8th, 2017

Epilepsy affects the brain and causes repeated seizures. Prompt diagnosis and effective management are key to controlling the condition, the cause of which is not fully understood . There are huge gaps in the w

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World Sickle Cell day

Jun 15th, 2017

The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust research Programme will host this years world sickle cell day with various  awareness activities. The activities will be held on Saturday June 17,2017 at Banda la Salama in Chonyi. We

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Call for Abstract MVVR5 2017

Jul 6th, 2017

We would like to notify you that the call for abstracts towards the 5th Medical and Veterinary Virus Research Symposium, October 26th – 27th, 2017, is open. This year’s theme is One Health – Acc

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KWTRP gets the First Wellcome Open Research Gateway

Jul 21st, 2017

The Wellcome Open Research team launched its first gateway this Thursday July  20,2017 . The Gateway which is a collaboration of Wellcome open research team and the KWTRP creates a platform within the Open res

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Highlighting Policy Output

Jul 21st, 2017

Policy brief by the KWTRP Health Systems Research team led Edwine Barasa and Sassy Molyneux on, Improving Priority setting practices in Kenyan hospitals; Recommendations for county decision Makers and Hospital

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Annual schools symposium held at KWTRP

Jul 24th, 2017

In order to reach out to more schools, SEP held their annual schools symposium in the Programme where, 29 secondary schools participated Each school was represented by 3 form three students and one teacher. The

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Pioneering Medicine Quality & Public Health Conference at Oxford

Jul 31st, 2017

The first-ever MQPH Conference will take place at Keble College, Oxford on 23-28 September 2018. This international event will bring together people from public health, national regulatory authorities, pharmacy

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And the winners are

Aug 6th, 2017

Jacquie Oliwa, Marta Maia and Benard Fulanda of Pwani University were the winners of these edition of  I’m a scientist, get me out of here. The two weeks’ online engagement event brought together stude

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Public engagement beyond Kilifi

Sep 4th, 2017

In this years ASK show the Programme scoop 2 prices.  1st prize in the Health and Pharmaceutical categories and third price in the research and development category. We also hosted the PS Agriculture Richard L

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Congratulations to Professor Eduard Sanders

Sep 5th, 2017

Many congratulations also to Eduard Sanders who was awarded a Professorship by Oxford in the 2017 Recognition of Distinction exercise. Dr. Sanders is a public health physician and epidemiologist affiliated with

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Our blog

Sep 29th, 2017

The KWTRP blog page is live. The Blog page will be host to blogs on KWTRP’s research work and outputs, experiences of the various teams in field work, capacity building initiatives, collaborations and par

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Children’s Oxygen Administration Strategies Trial

Oct 9th, 2017

The Kenya Paediatric Association (KPA), in partnership with the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme held a seminar on Thursday 5th at the four point Sheraton hotel in Nairobi. The main speaker, a Professor

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Results from the Nairobi newborn studies

Oct 11th, 2017

The Nairobi newborn study provides a detailed landscape of the care being provided for small and sick newborns across Nairobi City County, highlighting important gaps in provision, access, and quality of care f

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115 years of malaria in Africa- Press release

Oct 12th, 2017

KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Researchers have unveiled the largest repository of malaria survey data in Africa, covering over 50,000 surveys across 115 years starting in 1900, each documented by date, geolocation, numb

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Dr. Kinyanjui & Prof. Osier among 9 TIBA Rapid Impact Projects Recipients

Oct 31st, 2017

Dr. Kinyanjui & Prof. Osier are among the 9 rapid impact projects recipients under the Tackling Infections to Benefit Africa (TIBA) partnership. These projects are designed to capture the diverse challenges

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