Items tagged with Scientific research

An Activist’s Protocol Review Toolkit (post with simple image)

The toolkit is designed to facilitate community participation in the development and review of clinical trials protocols.

TAG condemns murderous White House-proposed 2018 budget cuts for health and research (post with simple image)

The full disclosure of President Trump's FY18 budget reaffirms the current administration's intention of scaling-back critical progress in programs and research made in the fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and HCV.

Take action to prioritize TB research for pregnant women (post with simple image)

Join Treatment Action Group in an effort to help prioritize research for pregnant women with TB. Take action today, sign on to a community comment!

Madhukar Pai: How can immigrant scientists give back to their homelands? (post with simple image)

Immigrant scientists play a vital role in the science and engineering workforce. In addition to contributing to their adopted countries, they have potential to use their talents to give back to their homelands. Giving back is not necessarily about giving dollars or relocating; there are a variety of routes to follow. While I can only speak from my personal experience in India, the lessons I have learned might be applicable to immigrant scientists from other countries.

Good Participatory Practice Guidelines for TB Vaccine Research (post with simple image)

Aeras releases a document providing systematic guidance on how to effectively engage stakeholders throughout the entire life cycle of TB vaccine research.

TB CAB statement on M72/AS01E TB vaccine candidate development (post with simple image)

Statement by the Global TB Community Advisory Board to the High-level consultation on accelerating the development of the M72/AS01E tuberculosis vaccine candidate

TAG statement on BCG vaccine and COVID-19 (post with simple image)

More research required to determine if century-old TB vaccine protects against SARS-CoV-2 infection or severe COVID-19 disease.

Urgent call for better use of existing vaccines and development of new vaccines to tackle AMR (post with simple image)

The World Health Organization releases the first-ever report on the pipeline of the vaccines currently in development to prevent infections caused by antimicrobial-resistant bacterial pathogens.

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