Research interests: understanding how the malaria parasite deals with the large influx of haem associated with ingestion and degradation of haemoglobin in its digestive vacuole and the effects of antimalarials such as chloroquine, which inhibit this process.
He holds an honorary faculty position at UCL.
Internationally recognized for her outstanding work in the area of heart failure.
New experimental techniques including brain imaging, genetic testing and neuropsychological assessment combined with new theoretical insights have opened up significant potential for the advancement of novel diagnostic tools and treatments for people with mental disorders.
Collaborations with a range of prestigious national and international clinical and academic centers.
Research interests: HIV cohort and infectious disease epidemiology; operations research on service responses for priority health conditions; data harmonisation and linkage; and context-appropriate health information systems development.
Dvora is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health and Family Medicine, Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Desmond Tutu Health Foundation.