Grants Won

We have won some grants for collaborative research, some of which are outlined here…

100,000 Euros. Identification, Molecular Characterization and Quantification of Aedes Mosquito-borne Virome in Cameroon November 2020 – October 2024.

 

Awarded to the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) and University of Buea (Cameroon) by the Académie des Recherche et d’Enseigement Supérieur (Wallonie Bruxelles)-Commission de la Coopération au Dévelopment. (ARES-CCD). Emptying Plasmodium reservoirs to accelerate malaria elimination in high transmission settings: case study in Cameroon”: 2020-2025 (360 million frs CFA) (550,000 EUR).

 

Serological characterization of Ov-17-IRP, Ov-MANE-1 and Ov-MANE-2 antigens in view of developing an antigen capture test for human onchocerciasis. 29,000 Euros. May 2020 – October 2020

Monitoring of the African Program for Onchocerciasis Control in the treated zones of the West Region of Cameroon. 20,000 Euros. November 2019 to December 2019.

Interhost differences in immune response of infected pigs in Cameroon as a rational basis for the discovery of immunomodulators of the disease induced by African Swine fever infection in pigs. 100,000 Euros. October 2018 – September 2022.

For characterization of diagnostic antigens for detection of onchocerciasis in body fluids (urine, sweat, saliva, tears), (15,000 Euros). January 2019 –December 2019

Principal investigator Governing Multifunctional landscapes in Sub-Saharan Africa: Managing Trade-Offs between Social and Ecological Impacts.”  2018 (18,622 EUR). January 2019 – December 2019.

Awarded to the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) and University of Buea (Cameroon) by the Académie des Recherche et d’Enseigement Supérieur (Wallonie Bruxelles)-Commission de la Coopération au Dévelopment. (ARES-CCD). The grant is destined to carry out research on the strengthening of the onchocerciasis elimination program in Cameroon: 2018-2018 (360 million frs CFA) (550,000 EUR)

 

Co-investigator, tuberculosis molecular epidemiology project, university of Buea; grant amount: 2007-2009 (10 million frs CFA) (15,000 EUR)

 

Epidemiological study of the status of onchocerciasis at Mbonge, South West Region, Cameroon, 2001 (500,000 frs CFA) (800 EUR)

People We Collaborate With

We collaborate with these institutions/labs and their personnel to advance Research and Development on Molecular and Cell Biology. Click on a logo to visit the corresponding website.