Centres and Units
Centres and Units
- Centre for Drugs and Diagnostic Research An experienced multi-disciplinary group of experts at LSTM working together to develop new drugs and diagnostics.
- Centre for Neglected Tropical Diseases (CNTD) Working towards the elimination of filarial infections and reducing the burden of neglected tropical diseases.
- Centre for Evidence Synthesis in Global Health Research to inform global health policies in international health.
- Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health Improving the availability and quality of healthcare for mothers and babies & contributing to a global reduction in maternal and new born mortality and morbidity and improvement in quality of life.
- IMPALA NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Lung Health and Tuberculosis in Africa at LSTM
- Centre for Snakebite Research & Intervention The Centre for Snakebite Research at LSTM is a unique resource for snake venom research.
- Tropical Clinical Trials Unit Working to ensure that the best possible interventions are available to those people suffering from infectious & debilitating diseases & conditions among some of the world’s poorest communities.
- ETCH: Engaging Tools for Communication in Health The unit develops, delivers and analyses the value of digital solutions for training, communication and engagement in public health.
- Health Systems & Workforce Strengthening Unit Our mission is to deliver robust, innovative research, education and capacity development in health systems and particularly human resources, working in challenging and complex environments.
- Centre for Capacity Research More robust evidence is needed on what works in health research capacity strengthening and about which metrics to use to demonstrate the progress and impact of such initiatives.
- Research Computing Unit A strategic academic partnership to develop bioinformatics tools
- Community Health Systems Group The scale-up and evaluation of community health interventions
- CHESS - Centre for Health Systems Strengthening Using research and teaching to strengthen health systems and to improve health and well-being amongst the poorest and marginalised in low and middle-income countries