We congratulate Mr. Jonathan Nsamba on the successful completion of his R4GH-funded project “Insulin dependent diabetes and anthropometric assessment: Understanding the... Continue Reading
R4GH is proud to introduce Mr. Haules Robbins Zaniku who was awarded the R4GH small research grant in 2021 for his project entitled:... Continue Reading
R4GH is proud to introduce Mr. Jonathan Nsamba who was awarded the R4GH small research grant in 2020 and 2021 for his project... Continue Reading
Researchers for Global Health invites researchers to apply for the “R4GH small research program”, which is granted to eligible applicants twice... Continue Reading
In March 2019, Dr. Daniel Müller from the University Hospital in Zurich travelled to Kampala, Uganda, to install a Mass Spectrometer... Continue Reading
Congratulations to Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire who recently celebrated her PhD graduation. We are very proud of Christine! Continue Reading
Congratulations to Allan Buzibye who recently finished his Master in Pharmacology. Great job Allan! Continue Reading
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there are 650,000 cases globally of multidrug-resistant (MDR) tuberculosis (TB). The treatment of drug-resistant... Continue Reading
In 2017, Dr. Marisa Kälin from University Hospital, Zurich, worked as a volunteer doctor at the tuberculosis (TB) ward of Mulago... Continue Reading
RHINOS follow-up study (RHINUP) on HIV drug resistance Our doctoral student, Anna Baumann, and her team were able to start recruitment... Continue Reading
R4GH team members share their personal insights with interested readers in the Personal Insights Blog.
Amikacin Exposure and Toxicity – Pharmacokinetic Pharmacodynamic Analysis in Patients with Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Uganda : A Pilot Study Treatment of patients with multidrug-resistant TB...
Infections with non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) are on the rise worldwide, directing the global focus to these lesser known organisms. NTM range from harmless microbes to...
Diabetes mellitus (DM) is one of the most common non-communicable diseases worldwide. The number of people with diabetes is increasing rapidly, especially in sub-Saharan Africa....