Our work is facilitated through the collaborations and partnerships we have with people and institutions around the world.
The Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) is a Uganda-registered non-governmental organization owned by Makerere University. It is located in Kampala, Uganda. The IDI is a regional center of excellence in research on HIV/AIDS and related infections. It has a strong research record in the areas of evaluating and testing point-of-care devices. The IDI conducts some of our center’s clinical validation studies.
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) conducts research, development, and systems engineering programs that pioneer and explore emerging technologies. They provide subject matter expertise to developers and companies regarding their technology.
The Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) is a not-for-profit pediatric academic medical center. CCHMC receives the third highest amount of National Institutes of Health funding among all U.S. children’s hospitals and pediatric departments. Their Division of Adolescent Medicine is dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of adolescents and to providing research and teaching that improve adolescent health in local, national, and international communities. CCHMC conducts some of our center’s clinical validation studies.
Our External Advisory Board (EAB) comprises of stakeholders, end-users and distinguished scientists from several U.S. institutions. They meet with us annually to provide Center oversight, offer advice, and identify potential opportunities.