We lead international research on blood borne viruses (BBVs), in particular HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV). Our research focuses on optimising strategies for Hepatitis C cure, HIV prevention and functional cure, and HIV treatments in adults and children.
We work on some of the most important respiratory infections, including tuberculosis, influenza and pneumonia caused by bacterial infections. Our work includes studies looking at how to prevent and treat drug resistant respiratory infections.
Some infectious diseases present as syndromes and are difficult to diagnose, particularly in low-income settings and in children. Our work includes studies on the acutely sick child in Africa, bacterial sepsis and drug resistance, and syndromic infections in high-income countries.
Studies by Research Area
Our studies cover a number of infectious diseases. We also do research on syndromic infections.