The University of Edinburgh has an important and long historical connection with Africa and is one of the world’s leading centres for the study of Africa. The Centre of African Studies was founded in 1962. It was one of the original African Studies Centres in the UK founded on the recommendation of the Hayter Commission. The Centre of African Studies acts as a focal point for postgraduate teaching and supervision on Africa and a hub for research programmes... Read rest of text
INZI is a five-year project, which explores how African trypanosomiasis (known as sleeping sickness) has been researched, controlled and treated. The team is led by Professor James Smith, and focuses on trypanosomiasis as a neglected... Read more about: Investigating Networks of Zoonosis Innovation (INZI)
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