Bienvenidos a REDE. Esperamos poder trabajar juntos en crear una red integrada que unira a la comunidad cientifica y ayudara a mejorar las capacidades para ...
Workshop: Implementation of Novel Diagnostics
This workshop aims to provide concepts of verification, evaluation and validation strategies of novel laboratory diagnostics methods for rapid diagnosis and surveillance in new and ongoing outbreaks.Learn more
EDCTP Networks of Excellence
EDCTP supports networks of research centres that are involved in clinical trials in sub-Saharan Africa. These Networks of Excellence (NoEs) facilitate research collaboration by uniting diverse institutions in the four regions of sub-Saharan Africa.Learn more
Welcome to Cantam
CANTAM is the first regional network of excellence supported by EDCTP in Sub-Saharan Africa for the conduct of clinical trials on HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis in compliance with ICH/GCP standards ...Learn more
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Through ARISE 40 young and emerging African research talents, early career scientists and their ideas, will have the opportunity to be recognised and offered further development opportunities with grants. Read more
These webinars presented and elicited feedback on the EDCTP Knowledge Hub; focusing on tools and guidance for protocol development. Outputs and recordings from these sessions are available to watch online. Read more
"We must remember that the most important infection control measures here are hand washing & social distancing - face coverings are really the icing on the cake." Calum Semple joined the BBC Breakfast to discuss face coverings in schools. (1h11m55s) Read more
All year, COVID-19 has commandeered the world’s attention. It is as if no other disease has ever been more important, more contagious or more deadly. Read more
Introduction After decades of steady decline, the world hunger trend, which is reflected by the prevalence of malnutrition, was reversed in 2015. Over the past three years, rates have remained ...