Monday 30 November | 3-4.30pm (London) | Register now

EDCTP and The Global Health Network have partnered to develop the EDCTP Knowledge Hub, a one-stop open online portal to provide researchers with tools and guidance to enable them to undertake high-quality health research. The aim of the EDCTP Knowledge Hub is to become a core resource for researchers that can guide and support the protocol development, data management and data sharing processes.

EDCTP and The Global Health Network are organising two webinars to present and elicit feedback on the EDCTP Knowledge Hub; one focusing on data management and data sharing and the other on tools and guidance for protocol development. The first of these two webinars, on data management and sharing, is scheduled for 30 November 2020 at 16:00-17:30 CET. The webinars are open to anyone interested in learning more about the tools and resources available at EDCTP Knowledge Hub.

  • Prof. Catherine Hankins, Deputy Director Science, Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development / Chair of the EDCTP Scientific Advisory Committee

  • Prof. Jeffrey Mphahlele, Vice President for Research, South African Medical Research Council / Vice-Chair of the EDCTP Association Board and deputy representative for South Africa on the EDCTP General Assembly

  • Ms Lara Pandya, Strategic Partnerships Officer, EDCTP

  • Prof. Trudie Lang, Head of The Global Health Network and Senior Research Scientist in Tropical Medicine, University of Oxford

  • Mr Samuel Driver, The Global Health Network

  • Dr Jenniffer Mabuka-Maroa, Advisor, African Academy of Sciences (AAS)
  • Professor Francine Ntoumi, Founder, Chair and Executive Director of the Congolese Foundation for Medical Research / deputy representative for the Republic of Congo on the EDCTP General Assembly / Coordinator of the EDCTP-funded Central Africa Network on Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and Malaria, (CANTAM) and the Pan-African Network for Rapid Research, Response, Relief and Preparedness for Infectious Diseases Epidemics (PANDORA-ID-NET)
  • Mr Rob Terry, Manager – Research Policy, TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases at the World Health Organization
  • Dr Michael Makanga, Executive Director, EDCTP

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