This new Centre aims to provide research and capacity building for the prevention and treatment of NCD in high, middle and low-income settings. Global NCD research is relatively new in IGH, and our strategic priorities in the Centre's early years will focus on building and leading a strong network of researchers spanning UCL, other leading academic centres globally as well as clinical and community partners in diverse settings, to build a portfolio of research and education activities on global NCDs.
- Strategic Priorities
- To hold a UCL-wide launch event early in the 2017/18 academic year with four objectives in order to showcase the key activities in global NCD work underway at IGH and across UCL; create a platform to learn about other global NCD research underway at UCL; scan funding opportunities in global NCD research
- To establish a monthly seminar and blog series in order to further identify, strengthen and maintain linkages between Centre Members and other NCD researchers and to identify areas for future collaboration/funding bids.
- Through our new multi-disciplinary network of NCD researchers, to circulate and coordinate responses to relevant funding calls, leading to successful funding applications.
- To develop IGH's teaching on Global NCDs through an MSc Module/Short Course drawing on the range of expertise represented in the Centre's membership.
Ed Fottrell (Director) Rochelle Burgess (Deputy Director) Carlos Grijalva Eternod Abubakar (Swaib) Lule Lydia Okoibhole Malini Honavar Pires Farah Shebani Norha Vera San Juan
Affiliated members of the centre:
- Research Projects