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The Johns Hopkins-Fogarty African Bioethics Training Program (FABTP) is a capacity development partnership in research ethics for institutions within Africa...

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African Bioethics Consortium Profile: Charles Michelo

November, 2016

Dr. Charles Michelo is currently Chair of the Department of Public Health, University of Zambia (UNZA) and a tireless champion of the importance of research ethics at UNZA. Dr. Michelo was a 2012 short-term Fogarty trainee and since 2012 has served as UNZA leadership within the Fogarty African Bioethics Consortium. He has been Zambian Principal […]

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FABTP awarded NIH G-11 grant for IRB strengthening in Zambia

November, 2016

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded the FABTP and University of Zambia a G-11 grant to improve the University of Zambia Biomedical Research Ethics Committee(UNZABREC).  The project has the goal of Enhancing Management and Performance of the Office and Work of the Ethics committee for Research (EMPOWER) in Zambia. The FABTP EMPOWER project […]

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From the Directors – September 2016

November, 2016

Greetings from Baltimore! We’ve had an exciting summer here, hosting our long-term and short-term FABTP as well as our Global Bioethics trainees. You can read about our activities together on Page 3 and find out what kinds of practicum projects our 2016 long-term trainees are carrying out on Page 4. Many of our alumni attended […]

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