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  • Excellent research in tropical diseases is the hallmark of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), with a wide portfolio of research in diseases common in the tropics and sub-tropics. LSTM have contributed to developing the methods and application of evidence synthesis to tropical medicine and public health: we contributed to...
    December 12 2016
  • LSTM’s Seminar Series continues with a presentation from Dr Mariska Leeflang on 24 November entitled ‘Systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy in infectious diseases’.Dr. Leeflang works at the Amsterdam Medical University in the Department of Epidemiology, statistics and informatics alongside 40 other methodologists, Dr Leeflang is a...
    December 6 2016
  • What’s new!Please find details below on the latest submission by the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group (CIDG) to the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews Issue 11, 2016 (Cochrane protocols/reviews published between 1 to 30 November 2016)2016, Issue 11New ReviewsThree new reviews are available in Issue 11 of the Cochrane Database of...
    December 2 2016
  • In this seventh instalment of the 'Meet the Editor' series, we interview Hellen Gelband.Could you describe where you currently work and what you do there?I’m with the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP) (not the same as CDC). It’s a very small non-profit public health and policy research organization. My role as...
    November 28 2016
  • Do school-based interventions prevent HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy? This is the question asked by researchers from the University of York, South African Medical Research Council, and Stellenbosch University in a Cochrane review published this week.Sexually active adolescents in some countries, particularly girls, are at high...
    November 15 2016
  • Research Assistant (Malaria Vector Control and Elimination) x2The World Health Organization (WHO) intends to expand guidelines development based on systematic reviews and GRADE to malaria vector control. The Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group has contributed to WHO guidelines in malaria chemotherapy and will now extend this to synthesis for vector...
    November 8 2016
  • In the sixth instalment of our 'Meet the Editor' series, we interview Dr Lawrence Mbuagbaw.Could you describe where you currently work and what you do there?I work in the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Canada, but my office is based in the Biostatistics Unit of St Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. I teach...
    October 17 2016
  • From July 28 to August 17 2016, Dr Patricia Graves visited the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group (CIDG) editorial base as a Visiting Fellow. Dr Graves is an Adjunct Professor at the College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences, Division of Tropical Health and Medicine, James Cook University, Cairns, Australia. She is a...
    October 10 2016
  • Cochrane HIV/AIDS Group contributors: update from your Editorial Base9 September 2016Dear HIV/AIDS Cochrane Group contributorsThis letter serves to update you on the status and plans for the Cochrane HIV/AIDS portfolio of reviews. The Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group (CIDG) took over management of the HIV/AIDS editorial process in February 2015....
    September 9 2016
  • Welcome to our first report in the CIDG 'Meet the Author' series. This month we talk with CIDG review author Mwaka Athuman, who is based at the Ifakara Health Institute in Tanzania. Could you describe where you currently work and what you do there?I’m a research officer working with Ifakara Health Institute at...
    September 6 2016

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