Centre for Epidemic Preparedness & Response inaugural research showcase
Learn how the Centre is collaborating worldwide to take a new approach for a new era of pandemics.
The Centre for Epidemic Preparedness & Response Inaugural Research Showcase is an opportunity to learn how the Centre is collaborating worldwide to prepare and respond to disease outbreaks.
The Centre for Epidemic Preparedness & Response invites you to celebrate a year of research and learning to help humanity adapt faster to outbreaks of disease.
The Centre draws on a huge breadth of global expertise including epidemiologists, clinical researchers, mathematical modellers, health economists, anthropologists and vaccinologists.
Join our experts who will be showcasing work on vaccine confidence, genomic surveillance, diagnostics and forming equitable partnerships with low-and middle-income countries to respond to epidemics, including:
- Professor Martin Antonio, Co-Director of the LSHTM Centre for Epidemic Preparedness & Response
- Professor Adam Kucharski, Co-Director of the LSHTM Centre for Epidemic Preparedness & Response
- Professor Rosanna Peeling, Chair of Diagnostics Research at LSHTM and Director of the International Diagnostics Centre (IDC)
- Professor Heidi Larson, Founding Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project at LSHTM
- Thom Banks, UK Public Health Rapid Support Team Programme Manager
- The event will also feature a special message from Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General
The Centre’s work is a focal point for collaborations and discussions, encouraging multidisciplinary links, providing fellowships and other resources for new projects. It also aims to increase sustainability and scalability of global epidemic preparedness and response through equitable partnerships, capacity development and decentralisation of key activities.
Join our research showcase event to find out more about the Centre’s work.
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