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Rob Heyderman 17h
An exciting first day at the meeting in . Opening talks by Martin Antonio and Yakhya Dieye from Institut Pasteur de Dakar & UCAD really set the scene for a day of cutting-edge, public health relevant research from Africa. 🇸🇳
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Beate Kampmann Nov 12
Sheikh Jarjhu from the MRC Unit in The Gambia presenting our data on RSV burden at the ReSViNet meeting in Accra. It’s also world pneumonia day- RSV makes a significant contribution to the burden! Bring on the Vaccine!
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Tropical Epidemiology Group Nov 11
How is the health of women, women, children, and adolescents positioned in the agenda as we look to 2030 and ? Discuss with a worldwide community by joining ’s free online course:
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Farirayi Kowo Nov 11
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Oluwakemi Rotimi Nov 11
Excited to be a part of this course. Special thanks to for the scholarship I received to attend the course. Looking forward to learning and Medical .
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Nov 11
This week, we begin the Introductory Course in and Medical . Held for the first time in The , the course brings together 17 students from 9 countries for 3 weeks of lectures and practical sessions, led by experienced instructors.
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Nov 6
Good news! 😃 We've extended the deadline for submission of abstracts for our Conference in The ! That's an extra week to put together your submission, and grab the opportunity to present your work and ideas. Submit here🔗
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Nov 7
are one of the most successful health interventions. However, progress in vaccine coverage is uneven and stalling. This threatens hard-won gains and raises uncertainty on future advances in human . More on the unfinished agenda 👇 👇👇
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OpticalBiologyPhD Nov 6
Applications are OPEN for the new PhD Programme in ! Five fully-funded positions starting September 2020. For application details check .
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Nov 6
This week, we hosted the 63rd Government-MRCG at LSHTM Annual Meeting at our Fajara site, bringing together representatives from the Ministry of , and partners in other public institutions. Close partnerships and communication are essential for results!
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Nov 6
Good news! 😃 We've extended the deadline for submission of abstracts for our Conference in The ! That's an extra week to put together your submission, and grab the opportunity to present your work and ideas. Submit here🔗
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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Nov 5
How prepared are we for the next big global epidemic? "We've can't prevent outbreaks, but we can prevent them turning into large epidemics. Early diagnosis & the local response is crucial." Peter Piot chats to . Listen 👉 📻
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Oct 30
Replying to @mrcunitgambia
“In March 2018, we piloted a 62.5 Kwp system on two of our buildings in Fajara, and this system has generated 142 megawatts so far. In November 2018, we started this 501Kwp project, expecting to optimally produce 920 megawatts per annum.” - Prof. Umberto D’Alessandro
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Oct 30
The installations were carried out by young women from the Association’s skills development project, through their partnership with , our contractors for the project.
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Oct 30
Today, we successfully inaugurated our 501.33 kWp PV System, in collaboration with the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy and . The inauguration was officially done by the Minister of Environment, Climate Change and Forestry, Hon. Lamin Dibba.
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Oct 29
🔟days! That's how much time you have to submit an abstract for our Conference in Banjul, The . Got ideas on the theme? Already doing or completed research on and ? Submit today:
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Neneh Oct 28
Exciting discussions at on the utility of & to derive meaningful insights from data for the improvement of health outcomes!
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Oct 28
Dr. Nuredin Mohammed presents the case of two biomarker studies at the Unit, using machine learning. Our High Performance Computing Facility enables us to use massive amounts of data to sense, learn, reason, make predictions and evolve.
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Oct 28
Predicting symptomatic using gene expression . Abdul Khalie Muhammad shares process of standardization, ranking of gene profiles, training and testing. This process is made significantly easier, thanks to our High Performance Computing facility.
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MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM Oct 28
This afternoon, our workshop features presentations on various projects being implemented at our Unit, as well as a panel discussion to engage with our wider community. Alexander Jader discusses using machine learning to make predictions. 🎥
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