PhD Fellows and staff Receive Essential Training on Good Clinical Practice, Good Clinical Laboratory Practice and General Data Protection Regulation Compliance
Our research objective is to develop a comprehensive understanding of the biological drivers of severe schistosomal morbidity. Through partnerships with notable scientific research institutions as well as renowned academic institutions, we strive to support the conduct of interventions that equip scientists with skills to apply the best practices in research both in the laboratories as well as in communities.
In the past month some of our key partners have rolled out engaging activities, in this regard, including training workshops.
At the MRC/UVRI & LSHTM Uganda Research Unit, two comprehensive training sessions on Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) were conducted for early to mid-career researchers which included our PhD fellows and staff.
Read about the trainings below;
Written by : Carolyne Atuhura