[GH Webinar Series] CHIP: The Childhood Infections & Pollution Consortium
The CHIP Consortium is a multi-country multi-organisation consortium that aims to reduce the infection and antimicrobial resistance burden in children under 5 across slums in low- and middle-income countries using a One Health technology enabled citizen science approach.
Led by Aceso Global Health Consultants, its members span a range of organisations which include: University College London, Hong Kong University, Indonesia One Health University Network, Columbia University, Rajasthan University of Veterinary Sciences, Save the Children India, Jawaharlal Nehru University, St Luke’s University Tokyo, Jeevan Ashram Sanstha, Georgetown University, Public Health Foundation of India & University of Antofagasta.
Dr Logan will present on the findings to date across India, Indonesia & Chile alongside upcoming work in Sierra Leone & Indonesia.Download flyer for CHIP: The Childhood Infections & Pollution Consortium
Date and Time
29 May 2020 @ 14:00 - 29 May 2020 @ 15:00
Dr Logan Manikam is a UK Board certified Public Health Medicine physician with 10 years policy, academic and clinical experience. His areas of expertise include: Infectious Diseases, Antimicrobial Resistance, & Child and Global Health. He is actively practicing in acute medicine.
His current key roles are: Founder & Co-Director of the Childhood Infections & Pollution (CHIP) Consortium, NIHR-UCL Advanced Fellow at UCL (delivering a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial of the NEON intervention), and Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine at PHE Immunisations and Countermeasures Division (supervising national surveillance studies of vaccine preventable diseases in at-risk groups, e.g. sickle cell anaemia).