East and West African Sickle Cell Anaemia are Genetically Similar African collaboration unpicks disease variations by combining local genomic research with large-scale genome-wide association techniques. Sickle cell anaemia is most common in Africa and up to 11,000 children are born with the condition every year in Tanzania alone. Yet most of what is known about the genetic basis of this inherited disease comes from studies of US-based or UK-based African-Caribbean populations. Read More!
The University Library is the largest national collection of health/medical resources materials. Its main function is to provide Library documentation services to support health/ medical services, research and teaching at the University.Read More!