Who are we
Global Health Uganda (GHU) is a non-profit organization registered in April 2010 by Ugandan and American health scientists from Makerere University, University of Minnesota and Michigan state University was formed to provide a collaborative platform for individuals and groups conducting scientific research especially within Uganda, through provision of the needed infrastructure for research.
This will be a longitudinal cohort study with a 12 month follow up where caregivers and children with the five most common forms of severe malaria that is cerebral malaria(CM), severe malarial anemia(SMA), malaria with repeated seizures(M/S), respiratory distress(RD), prostration(PR) and healthy community children(CC) from the same neighborhood or household as the children with malaria will be assessed
Our lab is centrally located at the Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala, Uganda where we receive samples from around
Global Health Uganda (GHU) is a non-profit limited liability company that was formed to provide a collaborative platform for individuals
MISC is an acronym that stands for; Mediational Intervention for Sensitizing Caregivers, is associated with two components. The emotional components
At GHU, we believe in bringing people from all walks of life and having them blend to make the best
Oral Antihypertensive Therapy: A Pathway to Efficiently Reduce Maternal Complications from Severe Hypertension in Low Resource Environments: Hypertensive disorders of
The GHU data center was established in 2010. It handles all data needs of the all research projects. The department
If you remember, about this time last year we organized a series of activities to mark 5 years of the
The CCRT (computerized cognitive rehabilitation Therapy) study is a clinical Trial, running for five years at Mulago National referral hospital.