"His research seeks to improve the care of women during pregnancy and childbirth in low income countries include clinical trials, evidence synthesis, implementation research and policymaking.
He has a specific interest in the prevention and management of maternal infection and sepsis in low resource settings.
He has completed important multi-country clinical trials such as the AIMS (antibiotics in miscarriage surgery trial) published in the NEJM, and has an ongoing portfolio of studies in Malawi, Uganda and Pakistan."
Stopping mothers dying from sepsis in Africa
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE (UK) (DOH/DHSC/NIHR)
February 2021 - January 2026
An International World Health Organisation Collaboration to Implement and Evaluate at Scale the Active Prevention and Treatment of Maternal Sepsis (APT-Sepsis)
MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (MRC)
February 2021 - July 2024