New e-Seminars

Below are a the current e-seminars from a seminar series on topics related to conducting clinical research in the field of Global Health. They are listed in the order that they have been posted up on the network, with the most recent first, not by the date that the seminars were actually presented. 

Presented 28th July 2017

Research capacity development opportunities at Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia

Dr Roma Chilengi

Presented 11th July 2017

Young Lives project (Oxford DFID) presents on research and policy impact experiences

Paul Doran 

Presented 11th July 2017

Sensitivity and specificity of molecular methods for detecting markers of antimalarial resistance in clinical samples of Plasmodium falciparum: a systematic review

Rebekah Burrow, MSc Student, University of Oxford

Presented 6th July 2017

Challenges of scientific collaboration during an outbreak: the recent experience with Zika in Brazil

Dr Fernando Bozza, Head of Critical Care, National Institute of Infectious Diseases

Presented 25th May 2017

Lead of the Nigerian Global Health Trials, The Global Health Network

Dr Glory Oluwagbenga Ogunfowokan

 

Presented 19th January 2017

Neurological complications of Zika virus. The experience in Pernambuco (Recife, Brazil)

Dr Maria Lúcia Brito Ferreira

 

Presented 22nd September 2016

A Point-of-Care Assay to Detect Antimalarial Drugs from Finger Stick Blood Samples

Erin Coonahan, NIH Oxford Scholar and DPhil Candidate

Presented 9th June 2016

Pay for performance in health systems: Theory, evidence and case studies

Professor Richard M. Scheffler Distinguished Professor: Health Economics and Public Policy, School of Public Health, University of Berkeley & Astor Visiting Lectureship 2016

Presented 15th April 2016

Ebola: Response, sequencing, vaccines and survivors

Prof Miles Carroll, Deputy Director, Head of Research, National Infection Service, Public Health England

Presented 3rd June 2016

A round-trip journey developing evidence-based guidelines for Kenyan children with indrawing pneumonia 

Dr. Ambrose Agweyu, Paediatrician and Epidemiologist, Health Services Unit, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme, Nairobi, Kenya

Presented 19th April 2016

Putting Programmers into Programs: modelling and capacity building in malaria control programs 

Dr Lisa White, Associate Professor, Oxford University and Visiting Associate Professor, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University Head of MAEMOD (Mathematical And Economic MODelling) group

Presented 14th April 2016

RAPIDE Platform for Ebola treatment studies 

Prof Peter Horby, Professor of Emerging Infectious Diseases, Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, University of Oxford

Presented 1st March 2016

Travel Medicine in the era of Chikungunya, Ebola, and Zika virus

Dr Daniel Caplivski, Director, Travel Medicine Program Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York

5th February 2016

Zika virus rapid update

Professor Peter Horby, Professor of Emerging Infectious Diseases and Global Health, and Head of the Epidemic disease Research Group Oxford (ERGO)

5th February 2016

Searching for a Vaccine for Melioidosis

Dr Susanna Dunachie, Wellcome Trust Intermediate Clinical Fellow, Honorary Consultant in Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology, Group Head / PI, Consultant Physician, University of Oxford

 

4th December 2015

Moving the Centre of Gravity of Research to Africa

Professor Kevin Marsh, Senior Advisor, African Academy of Sciences Professor of Tropical Medicine, University of Oxford

  

24th November 2015

Research papers that make a difference: discussing research waste, reproducibility and impact

Dr Iveta Simera, Deputy Director UK EQUATOR Centre, Programme Manager, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford

 

1st October 2015

The use of routine case report data to evaluate quality of inpatient hospital care in newborns and children in Kenya

David Gathara, Research Officer, Health Systems Research Group at the KEMRI/Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Nairobi, Kenya

 

18th August 2015

Trials and Tribulations: the Experience of an Ebola Clinical Research Team in West Africa , part 1 

Dr Jake Dunning, Senior Clinical Research at the Centre for Tropical Medicine & Global Health, and an Infectious Diseases Consultant

Part 1 - In this firs part of this seminar, Dr Dunning talks the audience through the background to the Ebola trials in West Africa. This video deals with Ebola, the old Ebola paradigm, the epidemiology of the current outbreak, as well as the key features of Ebola virus disease. Future videos will deal with the trials done as part of the RAPIDE (Rapid Assessment of Potential Interventions & Drugs for Ebola) initiative. 

 

14th July 2015

New global standards for Fetal and Newborn growth: findings and implications of the INTERGROWTH-21st Project

Dr Jane Hirst, Nuffield Medical Fellow, Locum Consultant in Obstetrics Nuffield Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, University of Oxford

 

29th June 2015

The global picture of malaria: optimism or caution?

Professor Kevin Marsh, Senior Advisor, African Academy of Sciences, Professor of Tropical Medicine, University of Oxford

 

19th June 2015

Lab in a suitcase, and other adventures with Nanopore sequencing

Josh Quick, European Mobile Laboratory Project, and the University of Birmingham, UK. Seminar presented at the Welllcome Trust Centre for Human Gentics, the University of Oxford, UK.

 

15th June 2015

Consulting research stakeholders in Kenya on fair practice in research data sharing: Findings and policy implications

Dr Vicki Marsh, Senior Researcher in Social Science and Public Health at the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kenya, Associate Professor at the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health in NDM and Research Associate at the Ethox Centre in NDPH at Oxford.

 

5th May 2015

Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems in Kenya 

Dr Chris Paton, Clinical Researcher Global Health Informatics, University of Oxford

 

 

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A full list of archieved seminars can be found here