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The Molecular and Medical Parasitology Group at St George’s University of London, led by Professor Sanjeev Krishna, is notable for the breadth of its research interests. Our ultimate aim is to improve the diagnosis, treatment and control of tropical parasitic diseases, including malaria – responsible for the deaths of nearly a million children a year – and sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis), and Ebola.

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screen shot 2020-07-13 at 16.03.07.pngProfessor of Molecular Parasitology and Medicine, Sanjeev Krishna. Experts are working as quickly as they can to safely find a vaccine

22 MAY 2020
The next phase of the coronavirus vaccine trial begins at St George's Hospital this weekend, as recruitment opens up to participants from older age groups, including those aged 56-69 and 70 and over..
 
 
 

  

 

screen shot 2020-07-13 at 16.18.24.pngNewcastle business has today launched its sensitive SARS-CoV-2 test, which delivers a result in approx 70 minutes
1 MAY 2020
QuantuMDx Group Limited is an ambitious North East business, dedicated to making diagnostic technologies so that diseases can be detected and treated earlier, and transmission eradicated.

 

 

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screen shot 2020-07-13 at 16.52.00.pngUK company hopes to mass produce home antibody testing kits.
INTERNATIONAL CORONAVIRUS NEWS
17 APRIL 2020
Scientists are racing to develop antibody tests that can tell people if they have had Covid-19 and may be safe to go back to work. One UK company may be close to an answer..

 

 

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