A survey of 10 African countries found that a lack of intensive care beds and medical resources led to worse outcomes associated with COVID-19 in Africa than in the rest of the world.
How to put more science in health policy and planning
A promise for shorter and less expensive treatments
Folakemi Odedina, the founder and principal investigator at the Prostate Cancer Transatlantic Consortium, tells how she is turning brain drain into “brain gain” for Sub-Saharan Africa.
An hydrological model reveals new zones where malaria may develop due to climate change.
Research funding for emerging infectious diseases rarely reaches the countries where such diseases do the most harm.
The InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) recommends a set of actions and urges politicians and all stakeholders to join forces and solve the urgent issue of falsified and substandard medical products.
Locally emerging resistance to treatment is major health threat in sub-saharan Africa.
Do people who got Ebola in Guinea in 2013 – 2016 and survived have long term health conditions? Yes, answers a new study, that show that research must be made even when ther is no urgency any more.
The inventors of two mathematical theories that have transformed signal processing have been honored.