Research Horizons from the University of Cambridge

Our interactive radio project in Uganda has been featured in a magazine that celebrates research at Cambridge University. Exploring the socio-cultural side of complications in pregnancy, this research was in collaboration with Dr. Annette Nakimuli (Makerere University) and Prof. Ashley Moffett (Cambridge). In the article, they describe their genetic research into pre-eclampsia, and how an understanding of related socio-cultural factors could help to save lives.

Open up Research Horizons on pages 22-25.

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