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The MRC/UVRI & LSHTM Uganda Research Unit is an internationally recognized center of excellence for research on HIV and Emerging Infections, Vaccines and Immunity and Chronic Diseases and Cancer.
Through a multidisciplinary approach intersecting basic science, epidemiological research, social-behavioural research and the conduct of new intervention evaluation studies, the Unit contributes knowledge to evaluation of innovative health care options, treatment and prevention, and the development of health policy and practice in Africa and worldwide.
Research Publications →
Population-based monitoring of HIV drug resistance early warning indicators in Uganda: A nationally representative survey following revised WHO recommendations.
Liver function tests and fibrosis scores in a rural population in Africa: a cross-sectional study to estimate the burden of disease and associated risk factors.
Research Themes →
The science is delivered through the following six programmes feeding into each Theme:
- The HIV Epidemiology and Intervention Programme
- Pathogen Genomics, Phenotype and Immunity
- Social Aspects of Health across the Life Course
- Immunomodulation and Vaccine Programme
- Cancer Programme
- NCD Phenotype Programme
Contexts of Violence in Adolescence Cohort Study (CoVAC) is a mixed methods study examining how experience...
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