Global health & development

Debate around health systems often focuses on lives saved by new or improved medicines and fails to consider the long-term development of scientific research capacity in low and middle income countries, and how this affects the health of a country’s population and its economic growth. A recognition that health, education and industrial policy are interlinked is at the core of Innogen’s approach.

Projects

Professor Smita Srinivas receives the 2021 Ayres Award

9 July 2020

Professor Smita Srinivas has been honoured by the Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) for her outstanding work in the area of institutional economics.

Local manufacturing for health in Africa

22 April 2021

Geoffrey Banda, Dinar Kale, Maureen Mackintosh, and Innogen Associate Julius Mugwagwa have authored a report from a webinar in which invited stakeholders from the  African and Indian pharmaceutical sectors as well as academia reflected on the immediate experience of manufacturing for health under Covid-19 conditions on the African continent.

Participation in World Antibiotic Awareness Week

28 November 2018

Innogen researcher Vera Mugittu contributed to the Antimicrobial Resistance panel discussion at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, during World Antibiotic Awareness Week.

Innogen researchers to deliver new Masters programme in Global Development at the OU

12 March 2020

The Open University has unveiled its new postgraduate Development programme, successor to the popular and influential MSc in Development Management.

European funding boosts production of animal feed made from recycled carbon

29 October 2020

Innogen researchers are working on a recycling project with Deep Branch Biotechnology that produces sustainable protein for animal feed from carbon dioxide. The company has recently secured European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator funding of €2.5 million to scale up production.