MUJHU Research Collaboration
The Makerere University - John Hopkins Research Collaboration
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Makerere University –Johns Hopkins University (MU-JHU) Research Collaboration conducts clinical and translational research with a focus on HIV, TB and other conditions which affect the health and well-being of children, adolescents, women and their families.

MUJHU has conducted several landmark research studies which have informed global and national policy and paved the way to Eliminate Mother to Child HIV Transmission and improve maternal and paediatric HIV care. Over the last decade, MUJHU has progressively expanded its clinical and implementation science research portfolio to address other causes of maternal and pediatric morbidity and mortality including HIV prevention and treatment trials, safety and dose finding studies, Neurodevelopment outcomes, Pediatric disclosure and interventions, Improved Psychosocial strategies to support adherence to ART and retention in care, Bone health, Tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment research, surveillance research, maternal child health studies on Group B Streptococcus, serious bacterial infections in neonates and Pertussis vaccine in HIV infected and non-infected pregnant women, as well as technologies and techniques to improve health systems and maternal and child care and treatment.
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