The More Medicines for Tuberculosis (MM4TB) consortium evolved from the highly successful FP6 project, New Medicines for TB (NM4TB), that delivered a candidate drug for clinical development two years ahead of schedule.
KickTB uses soccer to teach kids about TB and HIV, reduce stigma, and educate the parents of tomorrow to protect themselves and their families.
Using Computer Vision Diagnostics To Detect TB in Digital Images.
Xpert is able to diagnose TB in less than two hours and can detect resistance to rifampicin.
TB researcher Santiago Ramón-García presents a Grand Challenges Canada research hypothesis to develop new treatment options.
The EXPAND-TB project aims to expand access to diagnosis for patients at risk of MDR-TB through improved laboratory services.
Using drama based entirely on personal stories from workshop participants to focus on cultural and social influences behind the high burden of TB & HIV.
Mine workers in South Africa are subjected to a process known as “sending them home to die”.
As a replacement for centrifugation, we have developed magnetic beads that can bind to the TB in sputum and can then be pulled out of the sputum with a simple magnet.
TB Photovoice uses the process of “photovoice” to amplify voices of persons directly affected by TB, partnering with community health organizations around the globe.
The Nuestra Casa Project is an initiative dedicated to spreading awareness about dangerous infectious diseases such as Tuberculosis.
AMDA Multisectoral and Integrated Development Services
Collaborating on the largest TB vaccine clinical trial in infants.
Using digital media to raise awareness about TB combined with advocacy events.
Learn a little about the amazing firefly and how it is helping scientists in the battle against some of the world’s nastiest microbes.
Gerry Elsdon’s 18-day walk to raise awareness for TB
The open lab is part of GSK’s broader open innovation strategy in diseases of the developing world which aims to break down some of the barriers to collaboration.
Software to help manage a TB Program or treat TB patients.
APOPO trains HeroRATs to save lives, by using their exceptional sense of smell to sniff out Tuberculosis (TB) in human sputum samples.
Providing support to community-based TB organizations engaged in advocacy and social mobilization activities.
A commons that facilitates open innovation for TB research.
If treatment venue air can be made free of T.B. then it is possible patients can get well quicker, at less cost with better outcomes.
eCompliance is a novel method of tuberculosis treatment supervision that requires patients to register each dose taken on a biometric terminal.