The global fight against tuberculosis

Medical research is one of the most important outputs for a university, with breakthroughs potentially saving lives around the world. Professor Stephen Gillespie and colleagues at the School of Medicine have done just this, developing global capacity to improve tuberculosis treatment by developing shorter, safer drug regimens, and improved diagnostics for monitoring treatment. Heat map of tuberculosis …

30th September 2021 | 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