Category Archives: THRIVE NEWS

Informed Choices
Informing Health choices in low-resource settings

Dr. Semakula is the Innovations and Knowledge Translation Officer at MakCHS. Prof. Sewankambo and Dr. Semakula are supported by the WT and AESA through the DELTAS grant to do public engagement at MakCHS and within the THRiVE consortium. Under the Informed Health Choices project funded by the Research Council of Norway they are developing and […]

UVRI-THRIVE-2 Graduate INTERN Scholarship

THRiVE to Research Excellence (THRiVE-2) is a 5-year project implemented by a consortium of East African universities and research Institutions funded by the DELTAS Africa Initiative. DELTAS African Initiative is a funding scheme of the Accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa (AESA) with funding from the Wellcome Trust grant and the UK government. (Wellcome Trust […]

David Meya - THRiVE
Honored International Academician Award – David Meya

Dr. David Meya a THRiVE postdoc fellow, senior lecturer at the College of Health Sciences, Makerere University and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and International Medicine at the University of Minnesota has been awarded the Honored International Academician award from the University of Minnesota GPS Alliance. Dr. Meya has been an […]

Finance SOPs
THRiVE-2 Finance SOPs

THRiVE conducted financial training workshop for finance officers in the African partner institutions facilitated by Makerere University and the Alliance for Accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa (AESA). The three day workshop (10th – 12th April 2017) resulted into developing financial standard operating procedures, completing the DELTAS financial reporting template and updating the online monitoring […]

Uganda Virus Research Institute masters research fellowships 2017

Students pursuing master’s programmes and attached to Uganda Virus Research Institute are invited to apply for a supplementary grant to enable them to successfully complete a high quality thesis and then to report the results of their research project in a peer-reviewed journal.  ONLY research projects focusing on an aspect of infectious diseases/neglected tropical diseases […]