Dr Susana Scott is an Epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) with over 20 years of experience in maternal and infectious disease epidemiology in low income countries. Seven years of which has been spent living and working in sub-Saharan Africa. Susana’s main focus of research is improving access to care to vulnerable and hard to reach communities. She completed her PhD in Zambia and recently spent three years working at the MRC-The Gambia Unit. Since returning to London, she has continued to work in West Africa and is involved in an implementation research project to optimise the delivery and effectiveness of seasonal malaria chemoprevention to children in 13 West and Central African countries. Susana is also a Programme Director of the MSc Clinical Trials (DL). She has spent several years teaching on and organising courses for both distance learning and in-house master’s programmes. Dr Scott brings extensive field experience as well as formal training in infectious disease epidemiology.
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An on-site training programme on Sickle Cell Disease newborn screening and laboratory themes is going to be held in Abuja from 2nd to 5th August.
Dear colleagues, friends, and the Sickle Cell Disease community, with profound sadness, we learned of the passing of Prof Kwaku Ohene-Frempong a giant in the Sickle Cell Disease field
The Annual Scientific Conference on Sickle Cell and Thalassemia (ASCAT) 2022 conference successfully completed a 3-day conference from 26th—28th January 2022.