Our international research programme aims to improve diagnosis, treatment and knowledge of acute poisoning in low and middle-income countries (LMIC).
Testing a new point-of-care diagnostic tool to improve early diagnosis of methanol poisoning.
Improving surveillance of pesticide poisoning and trialling auto-injectors for pre-hospital treatment.
Developing guidance for management of pesticide poisoning in low and middle-income countries.
Increasing research capacity through training, scholarships, and mentoring, and models for clinical trial development.
Increasing capacity of Poison Information Centres (PICs) and operationalising World Health Organisation guidelines.
The Global Research Academy for Clinical Toxicology supports early career researchers from low and middle-income countries.