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In a recent publication titled, Epigenetic-age acceleration in the emerging burden of cardiometabolic diseases among migrant and non-migrant African populations: a population-based cross-sectional RODAM substudy, PhD Student at AIGHD Dr. Felix Chilunga and colleagues explore the role of biological ageing in the emerging burden of cardiometabolic diseases...

21 May 2021 marks the Global Health G20 Summit, an annual event where world leaders, heads of international and regional organizations, and representatives of global health bodies unite to discuss and share lessons learned throughout the year in global health. This year, the meeting will...

Over the last 20 years, malaria cases have declined across South East Asia. The disease, however, remains a serious issue for people who visit forests in the region. Christopher Pell, a social scientist based at AIGHD, collaborates with researchers from the Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit...

EDCTP and AIGHD have launched a Global TB Vaccine R&D Roadmap. It identifies priorities for the development and implementation of new TB vaccines with the aim to coordinate and accelerate global action. The project was carried out in close collaboration with the World Health Organization. Tuberculosis...

On World Health Day, the Amsterdam Institute of Global Health enthusiastically joins the WHO campaign by highlighting our research contributions that alleviate (health) inequities encountered worldwide. On many levels, societies provide unequal opportunities to access the healthcare system. Many groups endure avoidable health, education, and...

INTEREST 2020 closed out the year with a virtual conference highlighting the achievements of young African scientists in the field of HIV. Known as the “African CROI”, the annual INTEREST Conference brings together scientists involved in HIV treatment, pathogenesis, and prevention research in resource-limited settings from...