At ISNTD Festival 2017, Roy Head, CEO at Development Media International (DMI), speaks about DMI's work in using mass media for health behaviour change with examples from leprosy campaigns (Brazil), trachoma campaigns (Ethiopia) and further health messages in Burkina Faso.
At ISNTD Festival 2017, Claudia Cecalupo from Merck speaks about Merck's commitment to the control of NTDs and diseases of poverty, with examples of engagement across film, cartoon, behaviour change programmes and collaborative drug discovery.
At ISNTD Festival 2017, James Arkinstall, Head of Communications & Advocacy at DNDi, speaks about DNDi's efforts in sleeping sickness treatment and control with special focus on recent fundraising and awareness campaigns.
At ISNTD d³ 2017, Enwono Eyoh, member of the Parasite Immuno-Epidemiology group at the University of Edinburgh, speaks about current research at Edinburgh on a schistosomiasis vaccine.
Recorded at ISNTD d³ 2017, on May 16th 2017.
At ISNTD Festival 2017, David Urry from the Natural History Museum London speaks about the museum's numerous events and initiatives to bring science from the scientists to the wider public. With input from Duncan Gregory and Anouk Gouvras, this presentation also focuses on a stop-motion animation about schistosomiasis as well as the scientists&...