UCL Grand Challenge of Global Health



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UCL Grand Challenge of Global Health (GCGH): Small Grants for 2014



Cultural beliefs about different medicinal forms such as pills, injections, suppositories, inhalers, vaginal tablets 

  • First applicant: Sudaxshina Murdan, UCL School of Pharmacy, Life Sciences 
  • Second applicant: Professor Adrian Furnham, UCL Psychology and Language Sciences, Brain Sciences 

Perceptions of pneumonia treatment and drivers of adherence to oral antibiotics in rural Malawi 

  • First applicant: Dr Tim Colbourn, UCL Institute for Global Health, Population Health Sciences 
  • Second applicant: Dr Fiona Stevenson, UCL Primary Care and Population Health, Population Health Sciences 

Cash transfers in Nepal: Understanding male involvement in the household economy to inform cash transfer-based health programmes targeting pregnant women in the Terai of Nepal 

  • First applicant: Dr Jolene Skordis-Worrall, UCL Institute of Global Health, Population Health Sciences 
  • Second applicant: Dr Emily Woodhouse, UCL Anthropology, Social & Historical Sciences 

Prototyping and evaluation of an innovative solar pump and pasteurisation system for impoverished areas with water-related health problems 

  • First applicant: Luiza Campos, UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, Engineering 
  • Second applicant: Mark Barrett, UCL Energy Institute, Bartlett 

Beating Diabetes in urban Nepal 

  • First applicant: Dr Joanna Morrison, UCL Institute of Global Health, Population Health Sciences 
  • Second Applicant: Dr Angel Chater, UCL School of Pharmacy, Life Sciences 

Health governance in situations of contested sovereignty: The cases of Global Polio Eradication Initiative in Pakistan and Syria 

  • First applicant: Neil Mitchell, UCL Political Science, Social & Historical Sciences 
  • Second applicant: Dr Sarah Hawkes, UCL Institute for Global Health, Population Health Sciences 

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