Department of Paediatrics and Child Health
Dr P Bock
Title: Impact of a Universal Test and Treat strategy on clinical outcomes amongst HIV - infected adults in South Africa
Supervisors: Prof N Beyers, Dr S Fidler
Tel: +27 21 9389656; firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr R Dunbar
Title: How can virtual implementation modelling inform the scale-up of new molecular diagnostic tools for tuberculosis?
Supervisors: Prof N Beyers, Mr I Langley
Tel: +27 21 9389655; email@example.com
Dr GTJ Kali
Title: A comparative study of neuroprotective strategies in neonatal hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy.
Supervisors: Prof J Smith, M Rutherford
Tel: +27 21 9389223; firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr B Laughton
Title: The effects of early versus delayed antiretroviral treatment on the short and long term neurodevelopmental outcome of children who are HIV positive.
Supervisors: Prof MF Cotton, Prof M Kruger
Tel: +27 21 9384987; email@example.com
Dr F Marx
Title: Mathematical modelling to project the impact of interventions targeted to previously treated individuals on the trajectory of the tuberculosis epidemic in high tuberculosis prevalence settings.
Supervisors: Prof N Beyers, Prof T Cohen
Dr S-A Meehan
Title: The contribution of a community based HIV counseling and testing (HCT) initiative in working towards increasing access to HIV counseling and testing in Cape Town, South Africa.
Supervisors: Prof N Beyers, Prof R Burger
Tel: +27 21 9389763; firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof H Rabie
Title: Pharmacokinetics and therapeutic outcomes of children with tuberculosis/HIV co-infection treated with lopinavir/ritonavir and a rifampicin-containing anti-tuberculosis regimen.
Supervisors: Prof MF Cotton, Prof HS Schaaf, Prof RP Gie
Tel: +27 21 9389197; email@example.com
Dr P Springer
Neurodevelopmental Outcome of the HIV exposed
but uninfected Infant and evaluation of a developmental screening tool.
Supervisors: Prof M Kruger, Prof C Molteno
Tel: +27 21 9389938; firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr E Walters
Title: Novel diagnostic strategies and markers of treatment response for paediatric pulmonary tuberculosis.
Supervisors: Prof AC Hesseling, Prof RP Gie
Tel: +27 21 9389177; email@example.com