For those in the global health world—and there are many in the nation’s capital—one common question is why in tight budgetary times should Congress support spending on research and development (R&D) to fight diseases around the world.
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One of the most overlooked benefits of US-funded global health research is the training provided to scientists to do the work in their own communities.
John Donnelly, a writer working with the GHTC, is blogging following our trip to visit global health research projects in Kenya. This is his third post from the field.
John Donnelly, a writer working with the GHTC, will be blogging this week from our trip to visit global health research projects in Kenya. This is his second post from the field.
Inside a large room at the US Embassy in Nairobi, Robert F. Breiman, MD, the country director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Kenya, explained a portion of the US-funded research in Nairobi’s largest slum, Kibera.