Postdoctoral Fellowship with Vanderbilt-Zambian Network for Innovation in Global Health Technologies (VZNIGHT)

August 21, 2016


 
 Join a team of U.S. and Zambian trainees, and faculty mentors in a 18-month fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee and Zambia. This postdoctoral fellowship is a two part program that includes 12 months of diagnostic development at Vanderbilt University, followed by 6 months of mentored field testing and product development with partner organizations in Zambia.

VIDEO: Researchers from the VZNIGHT program, the Wright lab and the Haselton lab develop a device to enhance existing malaria tests in Zambia

January 14, 2015

Every minute a child dies of malaria.  And it’s a disease that’s preventable and curable!   A special team at Vanderbilt is in the thick of the fight against malaria and other diseases—with the help of a 3-d printer.

University of Zambia and VIGH collaborate to build research capacity in Zambia

Dr. Sten Vermund, VIGH Director, began involvement in Zambia after attending a research needs assessment conference in 1998. Dr. Vermund co-chaired the HIV Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Working Group with Dr. Chewe Luo and in 2000 he co-founded the Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) located in Lusaka.