To provide high quality evidence based clinical research and training for sustainable development
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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a novel virus among the corona viruses. It is a recent public health emergency, now declared a pandemic globally. We have launched the COVID 19 Open Cohort Study and developed a survey to help collect the much needed data to inform the study.
ECONOMIC IMPACT SURVEY
As part of the COCS Study we are conducting an online survey on the Economic Impact of COVID-19. To complete the survey, follow this link Economic Impact Survey
HEALTH WORKER SURVEY
As part of our ethically approved COVID-19 Open Cohort Study we are also doing a survey to determine the risks to COVID-19 infection in the line of duty faced by healthcare workers (HCWS) globally, and challenges to their protection during the pandemic. To complete the survey, follow this link Health Worker Survey
The purpose of this project is to build malaria research capacity through a dual approach of research and hands-on mentorship activities.
These approaches will catalyse advancement of science, strengthen research leadership, and on-site capacity building.
The project is aimed at strengthening malaria research through:
(i)Epidemiological, pathophysiological and intervention studies in highly endemic Eastern Uganda.
(ii)Training two junior researchers on malaria research and clinical trails.
MCRI main Laboratory is offering one of the best Laboratory services across East Africa in Chemistries, Microbiology, Molecular biology, Our Laboratory has brought together highly qualified professionals with a focus on cutting-edge personalized diagnostics, leverages the decades of clinical laboratory and research experience within the institute laboratory.
Mbale Clinical Research Institute is Located 1Km from Mbale Town center along Pallisa Road within Mbale Regional Referral Hospital
Plot 29-33 Pallisa Road, Mbale (Uganda), P.O. Box 1966 Mbale.