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HIV-1 and TB co-infection skew the SARS-CoV-2 T cell response
SARS-CoV-2-specific CD4 T cell attributes, rather than magnitude, associate with disease severity, with severe disease being characterized by poor polyfunctional potential, reduced proliferation capacity and enhanced HLA-DR expression.
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Supporting Excellence
The Wellcome Centre for Infectious Diseases Research in Africa fosters investigator-led approaches via the overarching scientific objective of combatting infection, especially HIV-1 and tuberculosis, through clinical and laboratory research.
Macrophages infected with M. tuberculosis; image by Dr Suraj Parihar
Basic Science
Our Basic Science Platform provides the laboratory infrastructure and technical support to ensure the safe handling of infectious material.
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Biomedical Data Integration
We work with multidimensional clinical and scientific data at the molecular, cellular, clinical and population levels.
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Clinical Research
CIDRI-Africa supports clinical studies in the community at our facility at Site B in Khayelitsha.

News

Saturday, 15 May 2021
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CIDRI-Africa welcomes Professor Marc Mendelson

Marc, who is Head of the Division of Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine at the University of Cape Town, joins the Centre as a Contributing Investigator.

Publication Date:
Tue, 13 Oct 2020 - 12:15
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CIDRI-Africa welcomes Dr Georgia Schäfer

Georgia joins the Centre as a Contributing Investigator, bringing expertise in oncogenic viral biology.

Publication Date:
Mon, 14 Sep 2020 - 11:30
R workshops aRen’t on hold

CIDRI-Africa biostatistician Olina Ngwenya adapts by transitioning to online R workshops.

Publication Date:
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 - 09:30
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CIDRI-Africa jump-starts six COVID-19 research projects

The projects cover a range of topics from treatment trials to diagnostics to serological analyses and answer several critical questions about the virus, the disease, and the pandemic.

Publication Date:
Mon, 03 Aug 2020 - 14:45

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