Research for implementation to tackle infectious diseases of poverty

Building on our 40-year history, TDR supports research in the countries where the diseases are prevalent. Specifically, TDR supports:

  • Research that improves access to health interventions to accelerate universal health coverage.
  • Local and national level research to generate evidence that is useful for policy making and for implementation of new solutions responding to country needs.
  • Multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral approaches to research and community engagement to develop locally relevant solutions. (This includes working with the environment, education, development, and agriculture sectors and behavioral sciences.)

Recent news

ORCID – connecting research and researchers

Rob Terry, Manager, Research Policy, explains why TDR now asks all its research partners to obtain their free unique ORCID iD for use in all grant and publication activities.

Research for implementation to tackle infectious diseases

In the northern Amazonian region of Loreto in Peru scientists at Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia have been studying the burden and causes of residual malaria. This research will inform the development of new approaches to drive down transmission in the region. It is part of a 13-country project spanning Latin America, South-East Asia, Africa and the Western Pacific region.