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Virtual Research Dissemination - ​Owning our future through community engagement: ​enhancing uptake of COVID-19 prevention and mitigation measures

The research team that conducted the study, ‘Owning our future through community engagement: enhancing uptake of COVID-19 prevention and mitigation measures, led by Prof. Nelson Sewankambo, is pleased to invite you for an online dissemination which will take place on August 3 2021 from 9:00-11:00 AM. The dissemination is organized under the auspices of the Makerere University Research and Innovations Fund (MAKRIF). Read more about Virtual Research Dissemination - ​Owning our future through community engagement: ​enhancing uptake of COVID-19 prevention and mitigation measures

INVITATION TO HOME BASED CARE FOR COVID-19 IN UGANDA SEMINAR SERIES

Hello and welcome to the second part of our home based care for COVID-19 in Uganda seminar series.

The seminar is hosted by the Department of Health Policy, Planning and Management at the School of Public Health here at Makerere University.

This virtual seminar provides an opportunity to medical and public health experts as well as members of the public to share tips on home-based care for COVID-19.

In this session, we are pleased to inform you that we shall have the following speakers as per the poster below; Read more about INVITATION TO HOME BASED CARE FOR COVID-19 IN UGANDA SEMINAR SERIES

Invitation to the Research Technical Assistance Centre (RTAC) - ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) Webinar 3 on Friday July 16, 2021 at 4:00pm EAT

Greetings from the ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) www.rablab.org and we hope that you are all keeping safe and healthy. Once again, our heartfelt condolences to all who have lost their dear ones in the recent past, may God continue to comfort all of us and rest all souls departed in eternal peace we pray-Amen. Read more about Invitation to the Research Technical Assistance Centre (RTAC) - ResilientAfrica Network (RAN) Webinar 3 on Friday July 16, 2021 at 4:00pm EAT

Call for Applications: MakNCD Non-Degree Research Support

The Makerere University Non-Communicable Disease (MAK-NCD) Research Training Program, funded by the United States National Institute of Health-Fogarty international centre is a collaboration between Makerere University College of Health Sciences and Johns Hopkins University. The overall goal of this training program is to develop a comprehensive mentored research-training program in Uganda that will build local capacity to address the challenges of NCD control and management and promote the use of research findings to inform decision-making and policy. Read more about Call for Applications: MakNCD Non-Degree Research Support

D-Day - Makerere University Research and Innovation Fund and College of Health Sciences Open Day

It is with pleasure that we invite you to be part of the engagement where research and innovation outputs that our researchers have worked on, developed and produced using funding from the Government of the Republic of Uganda will be shared, discussed, and showcased. This funding is being received by Makerere University through the Research and Innovations Fund (RIF). The fund is aimed at supporting the generation and translation of high impact Research and Innovations to drive Uganda's Development Agenda. Read more about D-Day - Makerere University Research and Innovation Fund and College of Health Sciences Open Day

GROWING UGANDA’S NEXT GENERATION OF TECHNOLOGY LEADERS: APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR CUTTING-EDGE STUDENT TRAINING PROGRAM

The Marconi Society, Research Education Network for Uganda, ResilientAfrica Network, and Network Startup Resource Center Partner to Build 

Contact: Caroline Tuhwezeine, Communications Officer, RENU communications@renu.ac.ug

Contact: Harriet Adong, Director of Communications, Learning & Knowledge, RANLab, hadong@ranlab.org Read more about GROWING UGANDA’S NEXT GENERATION OF TECHNOLOGY LEADERS: APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR CUTTING-EDGE STUDENT TRAINING PROGRAM

Call for Applications: Faculty Research Support - Brain Health Training Program.

The Makerere University College of Health Sciences & Uganda Martyrs University (UMU), Research Training and mentorship to strengthen brain health program is a five-year project, funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH), National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) and the Fogarty International Center (FIC). The Major goal is to strengthen brain health research through multidisciplinary training and build a sustainable faculty and institutional capacity for research to improve brain health across the Lifespan in Uganda. Read more about Call for Applications: Faculty Research Support - Brain Health Training Program.

Request for Expression of Interest: Consultancy Services to Develop Communication and Visibility Plan for Africa One Health University Network (AFROHUN)

Africa One Health University Network (AFROHUN) is an international network of public health, veterinary medicine, pathobiology, environmental sciences, medicine and global health institutions of higher education. AFROHUN is located in 18 universities in 9 countries in Africa. Read more about Request for Expression of Interest: Consultancy Services to Develop Communication and Visibility Plan for Africa One Health University Network (AFROHUN)

PhD and MSc Scholarship Advertisement at the Predicting the Future Incipient TB (PreFIT)

Predicting the Future Incipient TB (PreFIT) is a research and capacity building project funded by the European-Developing Countries Clinical Trials Platform (EDCTP), a mechanism under the EU’s Horizon 2020 research program, seeks to recruit a PhD, an MSc student, Study Nurses, and a Laboratory coordinator

The deadline for receiving the application is 14th February 2021.

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