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  • Hi, I am Alebiosu Olutayo, a nephrologist based in Nigeria.
    My research interests include diabetes, hypertension and nephrology.
    I am also interested in research training.
    There is an upcoming multidisciplinary research training, academic publishing and grant application that I am hosting next week.

    Date : November 2nd to Friday 7th November 2020

    Time : 3.30pm to 4.30pm daily (Nigerian Time)

    Theme: RESEARCH RUDIMENTS, COLLABORATION & GRANTS APPLICATION

    5 CME points in total will be awarded for medics.

    Link to join the webinar will be sent to you within 6hours of the programme daily (for registered members only).

    Click the link below to register.

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  • mefofemijose Olorunfemi Adebayo 31 Oct 2020

    Greetings to everyone. I am Dr Olorunfemi Joseph Adebayo. I am Lokoja, Nigeria, and I work as Consultant Physician/Endocrinologist with Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja. My future plan is to be astute researcher especially into finding permanent cure for some troubling diseases like diabetes mellitus, hypertension and infertility. It is a privilege joining this group

  • omosolabolarin Omosola BOLARIN 2 Nov 2020

    Hello everyone. I am a research Biochemist and I'm happy to learn more here.

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  • rakhshimemon18 Rakhshi Memon 13 Nov 2020

    Hi, after a long career in the British NHS working across the whole system. 5 years ago I got involved in mental health research in LMIC. I am Director of Manchester Global Foundation www.mcrglobal.org and am currently doing a PhD in bioethics and culture at University College London, UK. I am also very interested in using Theory of Change (ToC) approach to planning, monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment and for engaging communities as key stakeholders. I have delivered numerous ToC workshops for research teams in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Turkey, UK and UAE. I am delighted to be part of this community

  • hmbrindley Heather Brindley 17 Nov 2020

    Hi, I'm a Knowledge Architect in Australia. My background is Natural Sciences, Plant Biophysics, Information Systems, Technology. I've also worked at a Seed Bank and considered using bioinformatics research techniques there.
    I'm interested in using knowledge frameworks to support more effective decision-making.

  • hmbrindley Heather Brindley 17 Nov 2020

    Hi, I'm a Knowledge Architect in Australia. My background is Natural Sciences, Plant Biophysics, Information Systems, Technology. I've also worked at a Seed Bank and considered using bioinformatics research techniques there.
    I'm interested in using knowledge frameworks to support more effective decision-making.

  • isaacogwenoowaka ISAAC OWAKA 19 Nov 2020

    Hello everyone, I am Isaac from school of public Health of Kenyatta University. My research interests are Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Gender Based Violence

  • Hii to all

  • preciousmaturure Precious Maturure 20 Jan 2021

    Hie everyone. Greetings from Zimbabwe.

    I am with the National Institute of Health Research, Deputy Director Finance, and Administration.

    My interest is in, Health Systems Financing and Economics, Research to improve on health delivery to the populace.

  • annahmunyiva annahmunyiva 22 Jan 2021

    Hi all, am annah from Kenya. I hold a diploma in pharmacy, a graduate certificate in leadership and management in health systems, interested in research and data reporting. Wish to learn more with you. Thank you.

  • janedaniels Jane Daniels 11 Feb 2021

    Hello from Nottingham, UK
    I am Professor of Clinical Trials at the University of Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit. I lead on major UK based trials in obstetrics and gynaecology, but have a parallel interest in working with LMIC partners to conduct high quality randomise trials. I've worked with teams in Malawi, Uganda, Tanzania and Pakistan on a trial of maternal sepsis prevention and currently with India and Kenya in newborn health. I joined with the WHO in reviewing the causes of maternal mortality.
    Women's health research is not just about pregnancy - I would be very keen to hear from LMIC based clinicians with research questions around pelvic pain, menopausal health or other challenges facing women.

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