– Christine Nabirye –
ResearcherInfectious Disease Research Collaboration
Plot 2C, Nakasero Hill Road Kampala Uganda
Christine is a social scientist with the IDRC in Kampala, Uganda. She has substantial experience in qualitative research informed by medical anthropology, with a special interest in researching health care delivery in low resource settings.
The ‘biology of history’ as the ‘biology of...
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), microbiome scientists insist, is the main cause of the loss of microbial diversity in high-income countries. Biomedical,...
Solo efforts will not curb antibiotic resistance
Shortly after it was revealed that antibiotics crucial to human medicine are still being used in “unacceptable” quantities on US livestock...
AMR Symposium: Presentation Videos
In September 2018 the AMIS Programme hosted a symposium to highlight the work of early career scholars that are exploring...