Vacancy: Communications Intern

Part-time (24-36 hours per week) – based in Amsterdam The position The Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development is looking for a motivated, dynamic communications intern who is keen to bring their own perspective to our various communications channels (internal & external) while enhancing…

AMR-Global partners awarded grant for antibiotic resistance research program

Partners of AMR-Global have been awarded funding to carry out a research program on antimicrobial resistance. The collaboration is co-funded by the PPP Allowance made available by Health~Holland, Top Sector Life Sciences & Health, to stimulate public-private partnerships. The program is titled “AMR-Global: Reducing inappropriate…

PhD Fellow finds similar risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection between people living with and without HIV

Just last month, PhD Fellow for the AGEhIV Cohort Study, Myrthe Verburgh, had a paper accepted into the Journal of Infectious Diseases on SARS-CoV-2 incidence in the AGEhIV Cohort. The study concluded that there was a similar risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection among both HIV-positive and…



We conduct collaborative, interdisciplinary research on urgent themes in global health and development: antimicrobial drug resistance, chronic care & aging, the economics of human development, health markets, infectious disease elimination, and urbanization & health.


We develop and inspire the next generation of global health leaders at undergraduate, post-graduate and professional levels to shape a healthier and more prosperous future for all.


We accelerate progress on global health and development objectives by sharing knowledge and insights with global agencies, governments, NGOs, and the scientific community.




Mobilizing social sciences against infectious threats.

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RapidProfiling SARS-CoV-2

Rapid diagnostic profiling of SARS-COV-2 in the context of Persistent Immune Activation in Sub-Saharan Africa

Secondary tuberculosis in lungs and close-up view of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, 3D illustration


Evaluating a new stool-based QPCR for diagnosis of Tuberculosis in children and people living with HIV