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Current Type B and C Grant Holders

Our Type B and Type C Research projects support research conducted by post-graduate students with supervision from the host institution.

We currently fund and support four Type B and Type C Research projects at universities across South Africa.

Dr Sarah Day

 Dr Sarah Day

Dr Sarah Day

Senior Research Officer, Cancer Research Initiative, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town

Title of the project: Lancet Commission Working Group 4 South African Case Study: Patient Journey Mapping

Co-investigator: Dr Denis Okova

Justine Govender

  Justine Govender

Justine Govender

MSc candidate in the Department of Medicine & Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University

Title of the project: Assessing Non-adherence in South African Women on Tamoxifen Treatment for Breast Cancer 

Supervisor: Dr Tracy Kellermann

 

Thando Kubheka

  Thando Kubheka

Thando Kubheka

MSc candidate in the Department of Pathology, Division of Haematology, University of Cape Town

Title of the project: MicroRNA-181b as a Biomarker of Early Detection and Prognosis in HIV-associated Aggressive B-cell Lymphomas

Supervisors: A/Prof Shaheen Mowla & Dr Leonardo Alves de Souza Rios

Alexandra Payne

Alexandra Payne

 Alexandra Payne

Master of Public Health student in the Division of Social Behavioural Sciences, School of Public Health and Cancer Research Initiative, University of Cape Town

Title of the project: A Qualitative Exploration of Primary Health Care Physicians’ Perspectives and Experiences with Colorectal Cancer Screening in the Western and Eastern Cape

Supervisors:  A/Prof Lucia Knight and Prof Jennifer Moodley

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