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

Joyce Tait delivers keynote presentation at Bloomsbury SET conference

18 March 2021

Innogen co-director Joyce Tait gave a keynote presentation at the virtual Bloomsbury SET conference focused on infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance. Her talk in the first session of the conference: “Interdisciplinary knowledge exchange to tackle global health challenges” highlighted some of the Innogen’s work on regulatory adaptation to support the development of new antimicrobial drugs and rapid diagnostics.

Meet our Researchers: Dr Katie Adam

20 February 2020

We speak with Dr Katie Adam, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working on interdisciplinary animal health projects. She trained as a veterinary surgeon at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh and holds a master’s degree in Aquatic Medicine from the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science. Before joining Innogen, she worked in clinical veterinary practice and as a field epidemiologist, researching endemic animal diseases. 

National COVID-19 testing strategy analysis

15 October 2020

Innogen member Smita Srinivas and co-authors analyse COVID-19 testing in different countries. They highlight the need to take the industrial organisation of health systems within countries into account for testing strategies to be successful.