A Research Physician working with MORU and WWARN on the development of the latest artemisinin resistance maps for communication to the policy-makers of the South-East Asian region, Dr Frank Kagoro is also enrolled as a PhD Candidate at the University of Cape Town. This continues MSc thesis research carried out through a collaboration between MORU and WWARN (part of IDDO) that began in April 2017. Frank graduated with an MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine from the University of Oxford in 2017. Before coming to Oxford, he completed a postgraduate diploma in Healthcare Management in Tropical Countries from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH). Frank trained and practiced as a medical doctor in Tanzania and is currently affiliated to the Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) as a Research Scientist.
Absence of kelch13 artemisinin resistance markers but strong selection for lumefantrine-tolerance molecular markers following 18 years of artemisinin-based combination therapy use in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa (2001-2018).
Raman J. et al, (2019), Malaria journal, 18
OPTIMIZATION OF THE ARTEMISININ RESISTANCE MAPS FOR COMMUNICATION TO THE POLICY MAKERS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (UTILIZATION OF END-USER USABILITY ASSESSMENT AS PART OF HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN)
Kagoro F. et al, (2018), AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE, 99, 324 - 324
A novel electronic algorithm using host biomarker point-of-care tests for the management of febrile illnesses in Tanzanian children (e-POCT): A randomized, controlled non-inferiority trial
Keitel K. et al, (2017), PLOS Medicine, 14, e1002411 - e1002411