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KEMRI-Wellcome Institute - Researcher Network

KEMRI-Wellcome Institute - Researcher Network diagram by Ed Uthman, Wikimedia
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The KEMRI-Wellcome Institute - Researcher Network was formed through a partnership between Kenya Medical Research Institute formed a partnership with the Welcome Trust and the University of Oxford. Their major research themes are Clinical Research, Population health, Health Systems, Genomics and infectious disease transmission and Vaccines. Follow this feed to stay up to date on work published by this institute.

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The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health

Child Health Accountability Tracking-extending child health measurement

The Lancet Child & Adolescent HealthFebruary 16, 2020
Kathleen StrongTheresa Diaz
Journal of the International AIDS Society

The cost-effectiveness of prophylaxis strategies for individuals with advanced HIV starting treatment in Africa

Journal of the International AIDS SocietyMarch 29, 2020
Simon M WalkerREALITY trial team
European Journal of Immunology

Malaria exposure drives both cognate and bystander human B cells to adopt an atypical phenotype

European Journal of ImmunologyMarch 31, 2020
Racheal AyeFrancis M Ndungu
Critical Care : the Official Journal of the Critical Care Forum

Mortality risk over time after early fluid resuscitation in African children

Critical Care : the Official Journal of the Critical Care ForumNovember 29, 2019
Elizabeth C GeorgeA Sarah Walker

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