The SMERT project ends in success

Funded by the European and Developing countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP), the two-year project brought together four institutions in Tanzania: National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) through its Mbeya Medical Research Centre and National Health Research and Ethics Committee (NatHREC), …

1st October 2019 | igh


HATUA Launch

The official launch meeting for a new three-year research project funded by the Medical Research Council, known as HATUA (Holistic Approach to Unravel Antibacterial Resistance in East Africa), was held in Arusha, Tanzania on 16-17 July 2018.

26th July 2018 | news


University awarded £2.8m to tackle superbugs

Professor Matthew Holden has been awarded a £2.8M Global Consortia grant by the Medical Research Council to investigate antibacterial resistance.

22nd June 2018 | news


Tuberculosis: Working to Empower Nations’ Diagnostic Effort (TWENDE)

Researchers from the School of Medicine launch TWENDE, a project which aims to overcome the barriers to the implementation of better tuberculosis diagnostic

18th January 2016 | news