Teenage drinking in Scotland has declined dramatically over the past decade, according to new research led by the University of St Andrews.
the first ever Molecular bacterial load assay (MBLA) stakeholders conference was held at the University of St Andrews, 11th – 13th June 2018.
Experts from around the world are gathered in St Andrews to learn how to dramatically cut the time needed to diagnose tuberculosis to save hundreds of thousands of lives.
Organised by the University of St Andrews African Caribbean Society (STA-ACS) and hosted by the school of Medicine’s Division of Infection and Global Health (IGH), the conference was the first in the African Lecture Series (ALS), bringing together students and academics.
But the good news is young people are eating less sweets.
Dr Queen Dube, Clinical Head of Department of Paediatrics and Child Health at QECH, Blantyre and Dr Bernadette O’Hare, College of Medicine, deputy academic Head of Department attended the launch of this networking event on behalf of PACHA.
Hosted as part of the 6th East African Health and Scientific Research Conference and International trade fair the symposium was co-chaired by Dr. Wilber Sabiiti and Dr. Helen Meme of Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI).
The TWENDE Knowledge Translation (KT) training recently started at the School of Medicine University of St. Andrews.
Professor William Stones joined Ministry of Health, WHO and UNICEF colleagues for a workshop on quality of care at Mangochi District Hospital.
The results one of the largest and most rigorous tuberculosis (TB) drug trials ever conducted in the modern era, led by Professor Stephen Gillespie, will be made available to the wider research community from today (18 April 2016) with the launch of a new data-sharing platform.
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