The MRC CEO Award Scheme recognises contributions from employees for outstanding effort and commitment to both their work and the MRC as an organisation. (more…)
MRC-funded research carried out in and around the town of Farafenni, in the North Bank Region of The Gambia, is contributing towards the largest ever dataset of individual deaths recorded on-the-ground. (more…)
The wide-reaching impact of research conducted at MRC Unit, The Gambia has been recognised in the recently published report on the Output, outcomes and impact of MRC research: 2013/14, highlighting research carried out at the Unit that has played a key role in influencing policy. (more…)
Established in The Gambia in 1947, the MRC is the UK's single largest investment in medical research in a developing country. The Unit's research focuses on infectious diseases of immediate concern to The Gambia and the continent of Africa, with the aim of reducing the burden of illness and death in the country and the developing world as a whole. read more
- Detecting Foci of Malaria Transmission with School Surveys: A Pilot Study in the Gambia.
- The First Phylogeographic Population Structure and Analysis of Transmission Dynamics of M. africanum West African 1- Combining Molecular Data from Benin, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
- Haematological and biochemical reference values of Gambian infants.
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