News & Highlights

Dr. W. Henry Boom explains misleading claims on migrants spreading Tuberculosis in the United States


$2 million grant from The Roe Green Foundation catalyzes multidisciplinary research building in Uganda


Representatives from the Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration join the run in the Ministry of Health TB Marathon on Aug 20, 2023!



Previous Events

Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration Investigator, Dr. William Worodria, receives American Thoracic Society (ATS) award as Leader in Global Respiratory Health (May 2023)

Professor Harriet Mayanja-Kizza (Makerere University/Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration) ranked Best Scientist in Uganda (May 2022)

Professor Harriet Mayanja-Kizza (Makerere University/Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration) received Distinguished Leader Award from the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH).  Prof. Mayanja-Kizza is also an adjunct CWRU faculty member and alumnus. (January 2022)

Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration site awarded 10-year CDC-TBTC contract renewal (Feb 2021)

Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration's TBTC program receives 2020 Sandman-Tapy Award (Dec 2020)

Results of TBTC Study 31/ACTG 5239, Presented at the 51st Virtual Union World Conference on Lung Health (October 21, 2020).

Scientific networks are helping African countries to access coronavirus lab supplies (May 26, 2020)

Harvard Chan School of Public Health and Collaborator, Dr. W. Henry Boom receive $30 million NIH contract to advance TB research (October 23, 2019) 

Professor Moses Joloba receives CWRU Alumni Association's 2019 Professional Achievement Award, October 11, 2019 (5 Alumni Award Recipients)


September 2019 TBTC News - US Congressional staff visit to Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration

Dr. Charlie Bark receives new TB funding for work with Uganda Collaboration (September 2019)

CWRU consortium from MGH for new TB Immunology Research Award (September 26, 2019)

CWRU THINK Magazine Spring/Summer 2019 - articles highlighting work with Uganda-CWRU Research Collaboration:

New Immune Markers of Exposure to MTB Challenge Decades of Clinical Practice - Results of TBRU's Work with Collaborators in Uganda, University of Washington and The Ragon Institute, May 2019

2016 Uganda-CWRU Anthropology-Engineering team - collaboration of Makerere and CWRU's social scientists and biomedical engineering faculty and students