Infectious Disease Research Network (IDRN)

The Network has been active since 2001, when it was piloted as a London-focused initiative, and is funded by the Department of Health. Now the remit of the IDRN extends to a UK-wide focus, and aims to promote collaborations and working across disciplines, provide training opportunities, and act as a forum for encouraging high quality infectious disease research. Amongst our activities have been the organisation of research strategy workshops and training events, the designing and hosting study webpages and surveys, the comprehensive funding and training bulletins,and the online researchers database. The IDRN has had an input into infectious disease research strategy, and has provided academic and administrative support for grants and fellowships. 

For more information about the Network, see www.idrn.org . Andrew Hayward and Anne Johnson are the principal investigators, and the study team also includes Michael Head (Network Manager), Fatima Wurie and Cherry Constantine. 

Click here to go back to the list of studies in the Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology. 

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