Looking at the Interaction Between People, Animals and the Environment from a multidisciplinary perspective
The Lancet One Health Commission was launched on the 9th and 10th of May 2019 in Oslo, supported by the Centre for Global Health at University of Oslo (UiO). The Lancet has nominated the two co-cha...Read More
VirtualOneHealth Lecture Recording Workshop – 5th – 9th November 2018 – University of Zambia
A delegation of the Cystinet Germany I team, including two video experts from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) traveled to Lusaka, Zambia to establish and setup the Recording Studio for the Vi...Read More
Prof. Dr. Clarissa Prazeres da Costa, gave a talk during the plenary session on Challenges in Women's Health in Sub-Saharan Africa at the Midterm Meeting of "Research Networks for Health Innovations in Sub-Saharan Africa" This talk should encourage the discussion of the 'double burden' of diseases that affect women especially on the African continent. #HealthResearch4Africa ...
Dr. Felix Sukums, Prof. Andrea Winkler, Prof. Sundeep Sahay and Prof. Eva Rehfuess presented a new initiative that aims to link all German-African research networks:
Networking the Networks for the future of Global Health
Dr. Fabien Prodjinotho part of the Germany II team of CYSTINET-Africa provided his experiences as a post-doc inside a workshop about “Being an Early-Career Researcher or Mid-career Researcher - what does it mean and how can my network support my aspirations?” at the Midterm Meeting of the Research Networks for Health Innovations in Sub-Saharan Africa. #HealthResearch4Africa ...
Today, four students of CYSTINET-Africa presented insights towards their research in form of posters at the Midterm Meeting of the Research Networks for Health Innovations in Sub-Saharan Africa. The first two posters where presented by Dr. Fredy Mlowe and George Makingi from the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA, Tanzania) while, one poster was presented by Yakobo Lema from the National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR, Tanzania). The final poster has been presented by Chibeza Zulu from the Veterinary Department of the University of Zambia, Zambia.
The full titles of the posters are:
Dr. Fredy Mlowe - TSCT - Diagnosis, Reporting and Recording Efficiency Towards Policy and Practice to Eliminate the Disease in Tanzania
George Makingi - Effectiveness of Community based Health Education Intervention for Prevention and Controlling Human Taenia Solium Infections in the Kongwa and Songwe District, Tanzania
Yakobo Lema - Preventable Epilepsy - Taenia Solium neurocysticercosis in Southern Highlands of Tanzania
Chibeza Zulu - Investigation of Biomarkers in Pigs naturally infected with cysticercosis after treatment with oxfendazole
We are looking forward for more fruitful discussions in the upcoming days. ...
Dr. Felix Sukums, Prof. Andrea Winkler, Prof. Sundeep Sahay and Prof. Eva Rehfuess presented a new initiative that aims to link all German-African research networks: http://ANDEMIA.org, http://cebha-plus.org, @CYSTINET_Africa, http://takeoff-ntd.net and @TBSequel
Midterm Meeting of the Research Networks for Health Innovations in Sub-Saharan Africa has just started!
http://ANDEMIA.org, http://cebha-plus.org, @CYSTINET_Africa, http://TAKeOFF-NTD.net, @TBSequel
Das #BMBF zu Gast in Accra/#Ghana: Eröffnung des Treffens der Forschungsnetzwerke für Gesundheitsinnovationen in Sub-Sahara #Afrika. Dort tauschen sich afrikanische & deutsche Forschende zu globalen Gesundheitsfragen aus & besprechen Projekte wie TAKeOFF. #HealthResearch4Africa 2
Dr. Fabien Prodjinotho (Germany II) provided his experiences as a post-doc during a workshop about “Being an Early-Career Researcher or Mid-career Researcher - what does it mean and how can my network support my aspirations?” #HealthResearch4Africa2
@TBSequel discussing knowledge translation strategies and stakeholders engagement at the workshop in Ghana. Thanks to ministry representatives for joining our discussion #postTB #lunghealth2
Four students of the african partner institutions at CYSTINET-Africa presenting their research at the Midterm Meeting of Research Networks for Health Innovations in Sub-Saharan Africa in Accra, Ghana (Mr. Chibeza Zulu from Zambia in the picture)