Explore the School's many research groups, across all faculties and departments.
Malawi Epidemiology and Intervention Research Unit (MEIRU)
Malawi Epidemiology and Intervention Research Unit (MEIRU), formerly known as Karonga Prevention Study, has over the last 30 years made major contributions to the understanding and control of mycobacterial disease, HIV and other infectious diseases.
Maternal and Newborn Health Group
The Maternal and Newborn Health Group carries out research to contribute to the international debate and key policy, measurement and evaluation issues related to the health of young children and their mothers.
Maternal healthcare markets Evaluation Team
Conducting multidisciplinary research on the role of the private and public health sectors in delivering maternal and reproductive health care.
Maternal healthcare markets Evaluation Team (MET)
Conducting multidisciplinary research on the role of the public and private health sectors in delivering maternal health care.
The Measurement and Surveillance of HIV Epidemics Consortium (MeSH) develops, tests and implements innovative and efficient methods for routine HIV measurement and surveillance among adults and children.
Supporting researchers from the social and medical sciences with the analysis of incomplete datasets.
Modelling and Economic Evaluation of Vaccines Group
The Modelling and Economic Evaluation of Vaccines Group is an interdisciplinary research group based in London.
MRC International Nutrition Group
The Nutrition Theme of MRC Unit, The Gambia is closely linked to the MRC International Nutrition Group (ING) at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and to MRC Human Nutrition Research in Cambridge.
MRC Tropical Epidemiology Group
Improving health in low and middle income countries by conducting epidemiological studies of infectious diseases.
Mwanza Intervention Trials Unit (MITU)
MITU’s mission is to contribute to improving health through the development and evaluation of interventions against HIV and other health problems.