MalariaWorld Winter Edition
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PhD / FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
The Wellcome Trust Bloomsbury Centre for Global Health: Research Global health research in Africa doctoral training programme – 2022-2027
This Wellcome Trust funded Programme is focusing on funding up to 5 PhD Fellowships per year, for 5 years and runs from 2022 to 2027 and will fund 25 Fellowships in total. It is open to early career healthcare professionals that have a focus on improving health and wellbeing in Africa. In addition, the Programme will provide 25 Fellowships for Africans based in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ethiopia, The Gambia, or Uganda and affiliated to the African Partner Institutions over the course of the Programme.
There are five cross-cutting themes :
- Infectious disease;
- Sexual and reproductive health;
- Maternal, child and adolescent health;
- Non-communicable diseases
- Mental health.
Closing date for the receipt of applications is Monday the 31st January 2022
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Malaria News at a Glance
Swedish lab eyes poisoned chalice in malaria fight
09.01.22 - Medicalxpress
Cages meshed over with women's tights and crawling with mosquitoes are stashed in a Swedish laboratory. Every day, researchers feed them beetroot juice laced with deadly toxins, part of a grand plan designed to fight malaria.
During the past week dozens of new scientific malaria publications were published on MalariaWorld
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