The following news items are related to the research Infectious diseases and global health.
Organize an international symposium? Be involved in the ENABLE 2019 Nijmegen event15 March 2018
For the organisation of ENABLE 2019, we are searching for a Local Organising Committee (LOC). PhD candidates and postdocs who would like to be involved in hosting the European young researcher symposium in Nijmegen 2019.
First lustrum student visit WHO & UNAIDS in Geneva7 February 2018
The students got a firsthand experience of what it is like to be in the Global Health capital of the world, to get a better understanding of the broader context of global health policy and the implementation of international health guidelines.
The importance of clinical and asymptomatic infections for malaria transmission in Ethiopia24 January 2018
In a study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, Fitsum Tadesse and Teun Bousema demonstrated that clinical cases of P. vivax malaria are highly infectious to mosquitoes but asymptomatic infections are more important for onward transmission because of their abundance in the population.
Save the date for Radboud New Frontiers 2018: Betere zorg, netwerkzorg?17 January 2018
After standard care, standardized care, and personalized care, network care will be care 4.0. But how exactly do you do that? Should we create new structures for it or is it just a matter of trust and ability to step back?
Save the date for Radboud New Frontiers 2018: Big data, better healthcare?17 January 2018
How is big data influencing healthcare and healthcare research? How will it help us and what are the limitations? The first day of the 12th edition of the Radboud New Frontiers symposium, on 1 November 2018, will give you all the answers (and raises new questions).
EFRO grant boosts Nijmegen research into malaria and dengue Public-private partnership in infectious tropical diseases19 July 2017
Spin-offs Protinhi Therapeutics and TropIQ Health Sciences cooperate with Radboud university medical center and Radboud University in malaria and dengue research within 'Tropinhi'-project.
Asiatic HIV patients with deadly fungal infections need costly medication The cheaper alternative is less effective in the long term23 June 2017
The anti-fungal medication amphotericin B is most effective in controlling the HIV-related fungal infections that occur frequently in South and Southeast Asia.