This conference session, mainly aimed at early career researchers, explored the broader remit of funding interdisciplinary global health research and ongoing priorities. It brought together representatives of relevant funding bodies to discuss the priority areas to drive breakthroughs in the control of infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance, both nationally and globally.
Professor Helen Lambert, Professor of Medical Anthropology and Challenge Leader for Global Health, UKRI, Bristol Medical School
Jo Frost, National Contact Point & Global Innovation Lead, Health & Medicine, Innovate UK
Ruth Neale, Programme Manager, Global Health and Longitude Prize, NESTA Challenges
This session is chaired by Dr Aygen Kurt-Dickson, Research and Innovation Strategy Manager, LSE
For more information on programme and biography of speakers visit Past Events.
An overview of the whole Conference can be found here.Back