Dr Owolabi’s professional background is in paediatrics and child health and in this regard he has led several major projects since joining MRCG in 2008.
Since November 2014, Yaya Giana has been initiating a lot of cost-saving logistics strategies for MRC Unit The Gambia (MRCG).
In order to improve our services, reduce unnecessary stocks and reduce our carbon dioxide (CO2) footprint, The Unit embarked on high stock rotation,
Dr Julia Mwesigwa determined to change policies on disease control and management in sub-Saharan Africa
Dr Julia Mwesigwa is a Clinical Scientist and PhD student in epidemiology with a strong interest in translational epidemiology and focused on better understanding of the transmission dynamics of malaria in Africa.
Mamina Bojang shaping the clinic with his wealth of experience in both nursing and clinical research
Mamina Bojang is the Deputy Matron at MRC Unit The Gambia. He has been a staple at the Clinical Services Department (CSD)
Clinical Services Department providing excellent primary healthcare to staff, study participants and the general public
MRC Unit The Gambia’s Clinical Services Department (CSD) in Fajara is responsible for providing medical care to staff, study participants and the general public.
Dr Jobe is a promising Clinician-Scientist involved in numerous on-going and planned studies (MEDiUM, RiboBP and PRIMORDIAL in submission) Dr Jobe’s research interests are in the epidemiology and prevention of cardiovascular disease, especially in developing countries. He is seeking to understand the link between metabolic problems like obesity and insulin resistance, and the development of […]
MRC Unit The Gambia for three decades has been investigating malaria transmission dynamics, vector behaviour and prevention/control methods,
Dr Helen Nabwera dedicated to developing interventions to reduce maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality
Dr Helen Nabwera has a passion for evaluating and implementing innovative strategies for improving the health outcomes of women and children in sub-Saharan Africa.
The logo for the West Africa Global Health Alliance (WAGHA), to boost scientific research in public health, was launched on Friday 7th April 2017
Stunting remains prevalent in Keneba despite 40 years of unprecedented access to health care and reductions in disease
As part of her PhD, Dr Helen Nabwera performed a detailed analysis of growth records collected over the past four decades in Keneba and our other two core study villages in West Kiang.
Our recent study which sought to identify co-prevalent tuberculosis (TB) among child contacts of adults with smear-positive TB in the greater Banjul area of The Gambia show