UCL Grand Challenge of Global Health



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UCL Grand Challenge of Global Health (GCGH): Small Grants for 2012


Project Title

Poster

The Role of Migration Process in Dengue Determinants and Dynamics of Transmission: A cross-disciplinary approach

Lead:

Dr Andrew Hayward (UCL Infection & Population Health)

Main collaborator:
Dr Maria Kett (UCL Epidemiology & Public Health)

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Dengue
Are We Underestimating Childhood Malnutrition? A mathematical model to examine current methods of estimating prevalence in surveys

Lead:

Dr Sonya Crowe (UCL Clinical Operational Research Unit)

Main Collaborator:
Dr Andrew Seal (UCL Centre for International Health & Development)

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Are We Underestimating Childhood Malnutrition? A mathematical model to examine current methods of estimating prevalence in surveys
Burns as a Result of Violence against Women: Where crime science meets global health

Lead:
Dr Jyoti Belur (UCL Security & Crime Science)

Main collaborator:
Dr David Osrin (UCL Centre for International Health & Development)

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Burns as a Result of Violence against Women: Where crime science meets global health
Inclusion Health: An international symposium on health for excluded groups including homeless people, refugees and asylum seekers, travellers and sex workers

Lead:
Dr Andrew Hayward (UCL Infection & Population Health)

Main collaborator:
Phil Astley (UCL Bartlett School of Construction & Project Management)

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Inclusion Health
Quality Improvement and Innofusion: A North–South exchange of ideas

Lead:
Dr Bejoy Nambiar (UCL Centre for International Health & Development)

Main Collaborator:
Dr James , UCL Partners

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Building a Prototype, Low-Cost Electrical Impedance Tomography System

Lead:
Dr Paul Shearing (UCL Chemical Engineering)

Main collaborator:
Professor David Holder (UCL Medical Physics & Bioengineering)

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International Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Law and Global Health

Lead:
Emeritus Professor Michael Freeman (UCL Laws)

Main collaborator:
Dr Sarah Hawkes (UCL Institute for Global Health)

Additional collaborator:
Professor Belinda Bennett, University of Sydney

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