Our vision is a healthy future for low and middle income populations.
CAHRD is a collaboration mechanism primarily interested in collaborations to further its Vision. Co-ordinated by LSTM, it brings together individuals and disciplines, across the full range of applied health research encompassing operational, implementation, and health systems research.
See examples of these collaborations.
The work requires a range of disciplines in addition to biological, clinical, epidemiological and public health approaches. Social and management sciences, economics, mathematics, statistics and modeling are among the many disciplines that bring new solutions to major health challenges.
CAHRD works across all of LSTM’s Departments and Centre’s including CMNH and also features a number of large research and delivery consortia including CAPS, HEART, METRe, REACHOUT, REBUILD and PERFORM.
CAHRD also collaborates with a range of organisations around the world including ministries of health, international and national non-governmental organisations, disease control programmes, public health institutes and universities. Among these collaborations is a strategic partnership with the University of Warwick .
CAHRD actively works with the joint appointments between LSTM and the University of Warwick in Diagnostics,Evidence Synthesis, Mathematics, Neglected Tropical Diseases and Health Economics
If you are thinking of applying for an Applied Health Research grant and need any advice, please contact us – we can link you with many different disciplines, organisations and consortia who can directly support and strengthen your application.
For the most up to date news on CAHRD please visit the website.
For further information, contact:
Prof S B Squire, Director, CAHRD
Or any other member of the CAHRD Steering Group:
Professor I. Bates; Professor M. Bockarie; Professor P. Garner; Professor H. Ranson; Professor S.B. Squire; Professor R. Stothard; Dr M. Taegtmeyer; Dr S. Theobald; Professor J. Valadez; Professor N. van den Broek. Dr Kevin Mortimer.
Or any member of the CAHRD Liaison Group:
Professor R. Lilford (Joint Chair), Professor S.B. Squire (Joint Chair); Dr Sally Theobald; Ms J. Sartori, Professor S. Torr, Mrs A. Hand, Professor C. Sparrow.