Our Science Issue 6: Winter 2017

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In this issue: MRCG wins the Business Continuity Award in Resilient Workforce category, Despite the reduction in prevalence, Malaria remains one of the main infectious diseases afflicting the sub-Saharan region, MRCG becomes a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for New Vaccines Surveillance and more.

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Our Science Issue 5: Summer 2017

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In this issue: Historic moment in the pooling of forces in global health research, Preventing child pneumonia deaths with novel oxygen solutions study,High prevalence of high blood pressure found in a rural Gambian district, and more.

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Our Science Issue 4: Spring 2017

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In this issue: MRC Unit The Gambia’s Health and Demographic Surveillance System Platforms adopt Electronic Data Capture, Closing the malaria gap with RooPfs intervention study, Stunting remains prevalent in Keneba despite 40 years of unprecedented access to healthcare and reductions in disease, and more

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Our Science Issue 3: Winter 2016

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In this issue: Nurturing, Training and Developing Careers at MRC Unit The Gambia, Our study shows that oral azithromycin when given during labour decreases bacterial carriage in the mothers and their offspring, New study confirmed a plausible cellular mechanism by which anemia protects African children against falciparum malaria, and more

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Our Science Issue 2: Autumn 2016

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In this issue: Hundreds turn out for MRC Unit The Gambia's Open Day in Keneba; EU approves pneumococcal vaccine based on MRC Unit The Gambia study; Introducing the MRC and ME Wellbeing Programme, and more

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Our Science Issue 1: Spring 2016

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In this issue: MRC Unit The Gambia launches’ 2016-2021 Quinquennial; Dr Eniyou Cheryll Oriero, an early career Research Scientist; Deficiencies in essential vitamins and minerals arising from poor quality diets are a major public health problem in low-and-middle-income countries; Neonatal and early infant morbidity and more

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