News

Major new global brain infections project launched

The University of Liverpool has secured £2 million from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to improve the management of devastating brain infections in low and middle income countries. The three-year funding will establish a new NIHR Global Health ... Read more

£1.6m to develop novel meningitis blood test

Researchers at the University’s Institute of Infection and Global Health are developing a new commercial blood test to improve the diagnosis and management of patients with suspected meningitis. The £1.6m project, which is funded by the Medical Research Council and ... Read more

Battling brain infections in Asia

In celebration of 100 years of the Medical Research Council (MRC), scientists at the University’s Institute of Infection and Global Health presented their work on brain infections, called Japanese encephalitis, in India and Nepal to a public audience at the ... Read more

E-Learning

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NeuroID Elearning:These free Neurological Infectious Diseases E-learning modules are aimed at medics of all grades, from undergraduate students to consultants and senior academics. Each module starts with an overview, before moving onto the specific features, and then finishes with the key points, followed by a self-assessment section and a Completion Certificate, which can be downloaded.

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Good Clinical Laboratory Practice: The course is designed for all those wanting to gain an in-depth understanding of the principles of GCLP, how each principle is applied in a clinical laboratory and the impact implementation of these principles has on the laboratory and the clinical trial. 

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Ethics and best practices in sharing individual-level research data: This eLearning course builds on the findings of a systematic literature review and a multi-site qualitative study of stakeholder experiences of, and views about best practices in sharing individual-level data from clinical and public health research in low and middle income settings.