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RESIN (Research Investments in Global Health Study) is an analysis of global investments for health research, awarded from public and philanthropic funders. They are a multi-institutional and multi-disciplinary collaborative team who use award data from over 1000 national and international funders including the Wellcome Trust, Medical Research Council and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

With the vision to utilise dynamic, real-time data to promote evidence-informed policymaking, RESIN can proudly offer:

• Detailed analysis and interpretation of health research investments, to inform global and national priority-setting strategies

• A forthcoming dataset of $100 billion of infectious disease research investments, open access and searchable by anyone

• Customised visualizations relating to trends in spending on health research

• Approaches to translate near real-time use of research evidence into policy and practice

• Access to an extensive network of high-level global health stakeholders.


To find out more about RESIN please contact: or

Dr Mike Head at table with delegate

RESIN presents Ghana conference

Dr Mike Head (left) at Infectious Disease Research conference in Ghana

RESIN website

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