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Family Name First Name Dep. Country Title of Abstract Evaluator
Chakawa Mazvita Angelinah University of Zimbabwe, Department of Biochemistry Zimbabwe 1. HELICOBACTER PYLORI INFECTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH AUTOIMMUNE CONDITIONS IN ZIMBABWEAN PATIENTS
2. THE ASSOCIATION OF HELICOBACTER PYLORI AND AUTOIMMUNITY IN ZIMBABWEAN PATIENTS
Prof. Pickl, Prof. Valenta
Chirambo Aaron Pearson Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Program, Laboratory Malawi CHARACTERISATION OF EARLY EVENTS INCONTROL OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION IN HUMANS USING AN EX VIVO INFECTION MODEL OF HUMAN ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES Prof. Pickl, Prof. Valenta
Choto Emilia Tariro University of KwaZulu-Natal, School of Nursing an Public Health Zimbabwe 1. AN ANALYSIS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF UROGENITAL SCHISTOSOMIASIS ON PROSTATE CANCER DEVELOPMENT IN ADULT MALES: THE CASE OF MUREHWA DISTRICT IN ZIMBABWE
2. INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES, TNF-α AND IL-10 ASSOCIATION WITH MALE GENITAL SCHISTOSOMIASIS AND HUMAN IMMUNO-DEFICIENCY VIRUS CO-INFECTION
3. EVIDENCE OF ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SCHISTOSOMIASIS INFECTION AND PROSTATE CANCER DEVELOPMENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Prof. Pickl, Prof. Valenta
Gattinger Pia Medical University of Vienna, Institute of Pathophysiology and Allergy Research, Department Immunpathology Austria RECOMBINANT GLYCOPROTEINS RESEMBLING CARBOHYDRATE-SPECIFIC IGE EPITOPES FROM PLANTS, VENOMS AND MITES Prof. van Hage, Prof. Stockinger
Mategula Donnie Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Program, Malaria Group Malawi EFFECTS OF PRENATAL IMPROVED MALARIA CONTROL WITH DIHYDROARTEMISININ PIPERAQIUNE AND AZITHROMYCIN ON INFANT HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT: A PROSPECTIVE BIRTH COHORT STUDY (PRIME STUDY) Prof. van Hage, Prof. Stockinger
Musubika Caroline Makerere University, Immunology and Molecular Biology Uganda LEVELS OF T. CRUZI RIBOSOMAL P PROTEIN HOMOLOGOUS ANTIGENS AND IGG ANTIBODIES AMONG PATIENTS WITH ENDOMYOCARDIAL FIBROSIS IN MULAGO UGANDA Prof. Pickl, Prof. Valenta
Namuli Lilian Makerere University, Immunology and Molecular Biology Uganda EFFECT OF INTENSIVE VERSUS STANDARD ANTHELMINTHIC TREATMENT ON INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSES IN HIGH HELMINTH BURDEN UGANDAN FISHING VILLAGES Prof. van Hage, Prof. Stockinger
Nantongo Mary Makerere University, Immunology and Molecular Biology Uganda MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF HIV-1 HARBOURED BY LONG-TERM NON-PROGRESSORS ATTENDING MJAP-1SS CLINIC, MULAGO Prof. van Hage, Prof. Stockinger
           

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