Completed Research

STUDYDESCRIPTIONPARTNERSHIPDURATIONFUNDERCAPACITY BUILDING
ReBUILD Research ProjectGenerates evidence to support the policy making process in post conflict countries and support the building of resilient and responsive health systems. Partnership with the School of Public Health, Makarere University in Uganda, Biomedical Research Training Institute (BRTI) in Zimbabwe, Cambodia Development and Research Institute, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Queen Margaret University in the United Kingdom. 8 yearsDFID
Larcos Project (Lassa Fever in Guinea and Sierra Leone)• LAROCS -1– Control of Lassa fever and seasonality of human exposure to rodents • LAROCS -2 – Rodent human cohabitation and disease control This clinical study was led by a research team from COMAHS in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation in Sierra Leone, and the U .S Centre for Disease Control with Dr Mohamed Samai from COMAHS as the lead investigator.2 yearsCharit Universitacts
EBOVAC Salone Clinical TrialLarge scale ongoing clinical trial (safety and immunogenicity study) which aims to assess the safety and immunogenicity of a new vaccine against Ebola. The study, which is being run by a team of doctors and scientists led by Associate Prof Bailah Leigh and brings together several leading global research institutions and non-government organizations including the MOHS, COMAHS, Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, LSHTM, Inserm, World Vision, Grameen Foundation and GOAL. The European Union
Strengthening Ethics and Regulatory Capacity In Sierra LeoneThis project aims to strengthen ethics and regulatory governance and practice in Sierra Leone in order to ensure research is conducted in a contextually appropriate Pharmacy Board Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Ethical Review and Scientific Committee King’s College London/Kings Sierra Leone Partnership 2 yearsEDCTP
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