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Joint project to strenghten research skills on molecular epidemiology and to uncover malaria transmission features relevant for its control in the Peruvian Amazon.
The present project seeks to fulfil the academic capabilities of UNAP by improving quality of research and education. The project relies in the formation of a triangular structure of academic and educational collaboration between the UNAP (public university, academically weak but with high potential as key player in the development of Amazon population), UPCH (well-stablished university will lead UNAP on the project) and UA (supporting the capacity building). The VLIR Sl project will strengthen the academic and operational capacities on molecular epidemiology through active coaching and training in epidemiology, biostatistics and population genetics. From the start of the project UA will provide support to the Peruvian partners on population genetics analysis for which a computer cluster and the respective training will be provided in Peru.
Date:13 Mar 2016 → 31 Dec 2017
Disciplines:Public health care, Public health sciences, Public health services
Project type:Collaboration project