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GLOBAL HEALTH and infection

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Global health and infection

BSMS has a vibrant global health and infection research programme with academic links around the world.

Taking an inter- and multi-disciplinary approach, we work on existing and newly arising health issues, including neglected tropical and non-communicable diseases, infectious diseases (tuberculosis, malaria, HIV), antibiotic resistance, health risk behaviours and their determinants, occupational health policy and practice, and hospital-acquired infections in low-income settings.

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Global health

We work in close partnership with our parent universities, the Universities of Brighton and Sussex, to develop novel opportunities for research in order to help improve health and health equity globally. 

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Infection and immunology

Infection

The infection area encompasses a diverse group of researchers at BSMS, all of whom are trying to understand the roles that immunological, genetic, pathogenic and environmental factors play in disease. 

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The Wellcome Trust Brighton and Sussex Centre for Global Health Research

Established in 2014, the Centre for Global Health Research contributes towards improving the health of some of the world’s poorest people by equipping high-calibre researchers to undertake excellent research that will impact on important, locally relevant global health problems.

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NIHR Global Health Research Unit for Neglected Tropical Diseases

Established in 2017, the NIHR Global Health Research Unit for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) at BSMS aims to improve our ability to diagnose, prevent and treat podoconiosis; develop tools to prevent mycetoma and strengthen the ability of low-income countries to respond to scabies outbreaks.

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