The city of Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands boasts with its artistic heritage and canal systems. The city hosted the 22nd International AIDS Conference at the RAI Convention Centre from July 23rd to July 27th. A very fascinating place it was especially because it was within its summer days, with longer daylight compared […]
Mxolisi Mathenjwa has been offered a Scholarship to attend the 22nd International AIDS Conference, which will be hosted in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Conference runs from the 23rd to the 27th of July 2018. He will be doing a SINIKWA Poster Presentation titled “Successes and Challenges within a Safer Conception Intervention for men living with HIV in South Africa”.
Project training and the Site Initiation Visit for the Zink Study took place in early-mid October 2017, with the official start of the study occurring on the 26th October 2017.
MRU congratulates one of their Senior Researchers, Letitia Rambally-Greener on being listed as one of the Mail & Guardian 200 Young South Africans for 2017. Click here for the full story.
Following the National Female Condom Evaluation study, an article on the uptake of female condom users amongst South African women has been published on Health24. The article can be accessed here.
MatCH Research Unit were presented with the following awards at the Wits University 2017 Health Sciences Research Awards, 2nd August 2017, Johannesburg Jennifer Smit (Executive Director of Match Research Unit), and Mags Beksinska (Deputy Executive Director) were awarded the Dreams Innovation Challenge Award in 2016. Jennifer Smit (Executive Director of Match Research Unit), Mags Beksinska […]
In March 2017, the MRU Essex (Westville) office staff relocated to the Commercial City building. Our Durban offices are now located at the following address: 40 Dr AB Xuma Street 11th Floor, Suite 1109 / 21st Floor, Suite 2117 Commercial City Building Durban, 4000
Letitia Greener wins Best Poster Presentation at the 2016 Biennial Wits Faculty of Health Sciences Research Day and Postgraduate Expo
Best Poster Presentation was awarded to Letitia Greener for her poster presentation: “High co-occurring STI and HIV prevalence and the poor treatment cascade among female sex workers in Durban, South Africa” in the Infectious Diseases track.
Staff at MRU Head Office commemorating Heritage Day with a “bring and share”.