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The ResIn Project

The Research Investments in Global Health (ResIn) study is informing global research investment priorities in infectious disease.

By mapping the research investments of the G20 countries into infectious diseases and comparing this with progress in reducing the global burden of infectious disease, researchers hope to highlight priority areas for new investment in low and middle-income countries. Pneumonia and maternal and neonatal infections will be an important focus of the research. The Resin study is led by Dr Stuart Clarke from the University of Southampton’s Faculty of Medicine along with Professor Marie-Louise Newell and Mr Michael Head and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.


An analysis of investments in infectious disease research
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