Royal Society Pfizer Award 2012 Seminar

 

Royal Society Pfizer Award 2012 Seminar with Dr Samuel Kariuki and Dr Martin Ota.

Event details

The 2012 Royal Society Pfizer Award winner Dr Samuel Kariuki discussed his research in invasive salmonella infections in Kenya. The 2012 Royal Society Pfizer Exceptional Merit Award winner Dr Martin Ota explained his research in invasive pneumococcal diseases. They were joined by leading UK researchers in the fields of malaria control, genomics and infection.

The Royal Society Pfizer Award was set up in 2006 to recognise innovative contribution to biological science which has made a positive sustainable impact in Africa. This prestigious award is designed to reward scientists working in Africa at the outset of their career and to promote science capacity building in the developing world.

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Royal Society Pfizer Award 2012 Seminar 6-9 Carlton House Terrace London SW1Y 5AG UK

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