Narcisse Tounaikok- The alumni of the WHO-TDR IR batch from the University of Ghana shares his experience of the IR program & the impact it has had on his career, in the interview of alumni spotlight series was organized by IR Connect.
Abebe Belete- The batch representative of the WHO-TDR IR batch from the University of Ghana shares his experience with the IR program & the impact it has had on his career. The alumni spotlight series was organized by WHO-TDR IR Connect.
S. M. Hasan UL Bari The batch representative of the WHO-TDR IR batch from the BRAC University shares his experience of the IR program & the impact it has had on his career. The alumni spotlight series organised by WHO-TDR IR Connect.
What opportunities are health researchers discovering with the COVID-19 pandemic? Can we promote gender equality in global health leadership in ways that aren’t patronizing? What innovative tools are scientists using to tackle the impact of climate change on health?
In the Global Health Matters podcast, host Dr Garry Aslanyan is joined by some of the world’s leading scientists to discuss these questions, share their experiences and talk about how their work is making a real impact. Here’s
Luthfi Azizatunnisa- The batch representative of the first WHO TDR IR batch from the Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia shares her experience of the IR program & the impact it has had on her career, in the very first interview in the alumni spotlight series organised by IR Connect.
Webinar on “Women Scientists Working in Infectious Diseases in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: Panel Discussion on Careers, Challenges and Opportunities in Public Health”
This webinar will showcase examples of women scientists from the region who have chosen a career in public health aspects of infectious diseases in the region and provide an opportunity for audience members to ask them questions.
Scholarship Q&A Session Special Program of Implementation Research in Tropical Disease Supported by TDR
Special Program of Implementation Research in Tropical Disease is a two year master program supported by Tropical Disease Research (TDR). It was initiated in 2015. Currently there are 4 batches. The students are from the countries in the SouthEast Asia Region (SEAR) and West Pacific Region (WPR).
Currently, the application of the fifth batch is open. With the increasing trend of the applicants per batch, we expect to have more applicants than the previous batch and more variety of country origin. Therefore, the management of the program is holding a Q&A session about the scholarship. This session aims to provide information related to the IR program and to encourage the potential applicants to apply for this scholarship program.
Hosted by IR-Connect (supported by WHO-TDR) To share and hopefully provide a realistic but inspiring PhD story focusing on Why we wanted to do our PhDs How we got our PhDs Challenges for a PhD student Speakers: Ezra M Valido, MD, MPM, MPH, PhD(c) Department of Health...
This was the first alumni meeting of the WITS WHO TDR Implementation Research (IR) alumni which was held on 11-Feb-2021. The alumni were introduced to the WHO TDR IR Connect platform & it’s features. Highlight of the meeting was the sharing of the personal...
Hosted by IR-Connect (supported by WHO-TDR) The health sector globally, and prominently in low and middle income countries, have been catapulted into a crisis since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. The challenges have been multi-pronged - the pressing need to...