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Learning to collaborate interprofessionally in health care
PhD defence Giannoula Tsakitzidis - Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Louse and Flea-borne Diseases
ASCID Fifth Evening Symposium
Functional changes and morbidity after pancreatic surgery: a plea to increase awareness
PhD defence Geert Roeyen - Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Health Economics in Clinical Research
An international group of renowned experts will guide you through the basics of health economics to enable you to conduct cost-effectiveness analyses in your next clinical trial
Myofascial pain and triggerpoints: integrating scientific evidence into clinical practice
Lecture by Prof. Enrique Lluch Girbez, University of Valencia
Summer school on vaccinology for students
Antwerp Summer University: one week course for (under)graduate students on the broad field of vaccinology
Product | service | system design in health care
Antwerp Summer University: five-day programme focused on health care-context immersion, using practical / digital methods for thinking (research + inspiration) and doing (prototyping + testing)
Qualitative research methods in health care
Antwerp Summer University: this basic five-day course teaches participants how to conduct a qualitative research starting from a research question, and how to progress to writing a scientific paper
Global Health Institute at the EPITROP conference in Lima, Peru
Conference on 15 years course of Molecular Epidemiology Applied to Infectious Diseases at of the Peruvian University Cayetano Heredia (UPCH)
Longer Christmas holidays would reduce number of flu cases
Researchers at UAntwerp/UHasselt call for 'social distancing' to contain flu epidemic.
Her Majesty Queen Mathilde visits Poliopolis
On Tuesday 10 October, Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited the Poliopolis complex at UAntwerp, to learn more about the research into a new polio vaccine.
Faculty Day 2017
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences: our first international MEPI scholars started their master Epidemiology.
Global Health Institute goes abroad with its international course EBQ
University of Antwerp and Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana (Peru), jointly organised a short EBQ course (Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Qualitative Research) in Iquitos, Peru.
Workshop kick starts School Health Project in Tanzania
Launch of the VLIR TEAM project between NIMR and the Global Health Institute (UAntwerp).
Community-based ART in sub-Saharan Africa: lessons learnt from Community ART Groups in Tete province, Mozambique
Tom Decroo submitted succesfully his thesis at the University of Antwerp on the 16th of June 2017.
VLIR-UOS sponsored Conference assembles Ugandan Universities
University of Antwerp and Mbarara University of Science and Technology (Uganda), jointly organised a Dissemination Conference on food security, health and environmental sustainability.
Decentralization of antiretroviral therapy services to lower level health facilities in resource limited settings
George Abongomera succesfully submitted his thesis at the University of Antwerp on the 21st of April 2017.
Symposium on the collaboration with South Africa
University of Antwerp and the University of Limpopo & Sefako Makgatho Univeristy (South Africa) jointly organized a symposium
UAntwerp supporting efforts to eradicate polio
The Centre for the Evaluation of Vaccinations (UAntwerp) will test a new oral polio vaccine on 15 volunteers.
WAKA network at the HPV2017 conference in Cape Town
An excellent opportunity to strengthen the network and to give African researchers the chance to present their work to an international audience
Breakthrough in fight against nodding syndrome
Nodding syndrome can be prevented and treated, according to research by Professor Bob Colebunders (UAntwerp). He is now hoping to work with other organisations to launch efficient prevention and treatment campaigns.
Challenges for Long-term HIV Treatment Adherence and Risk Behaviour Reduction in sub-Saharan Africa
Jane Namukasa submitted succesfully her thesis for the degree of Doctor in Medical Sciences at the University of Antwerp on the 1st of February 2017.
EU project SPICES launched in January 2017
An implementation science project funded by the European Commission through the Horizon2020 research and innovation action.
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