Microbiology Society Podcast ‘Microbe post’ features Human Papillomavirus Prevalence project done by Division of Pathology researcher Ramya Bhatia
Dr Ramya Bhatia was funded by Microbiology Society International development fund to carry out a four week research project in Nkhoma Church for Central Africa Presbytarian (CCAP) hospital laboratory.
In this month’s podcast from Microbiology Society as part of their monthly podcast Microbe Post, Ramya talks about her time in Malawi, and Nkhoma’s highly successful cervical cancer screening programme.
You can listen to the podcast here: https://microbepost.org/2017/09/26/hpv-in-malawi/.
More details about the joint work between University of Edinburgh and Nkhoma CCAP hospital can be found here: http://www.ed.ac.uk/global-health/research/project-profiles/non-communicable-diseases/cervical-cancer-screening
To find out more about the International development fund through Microbiology Society and how that can help your projects: https://www.microbiologysociety.org/grants/international/international-development-fund.html