SRPNTS Annual Consortium Meeting 2019 -

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SRPNTS is the largest ever consortium assembled to tackle snakebite, including over 100 individuals from six expert institutions in snakebite and snakebite treatment paired with antibody-technologies and capabilities developed to combat HIV/AIDS.

Learn more about the institutions and meet the team below.

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Neutralizing Antibody Center, La Jolla
A non-profit scientific research organization. Their mission is to translate scientific discoveries into affordable, globally accessible public health solutions.
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Scripps Research, La Jolla
Scripps Research advances scientific understanding, educates the scientists of tomorrow, and impacts human health across the globe. They are science changing life.
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Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
For 50 years, the Centre for Snakebite Research & Interventions at LSTM has conducted a diverse portfolio of research activities to better understand the biology of snake venoms and use this information to improve the efficacy, safety, and affordability of antivenom treatment of tropical snakebite victims. 
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Institute of Primate Research, Nairobi
K-SRIC undertakes multi-disciplinary research and clinical activities leading to better diagnosis and therapies for snakebite, while working towards community-based model intervention systems with the primary goal of saving the lives and limbs of those afflicted with snakebite.
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Bayero University, Kano
N-SRIC undertakes multi-disciplinary research and clinical activities leading to better diagnosis and therapies for snakebite while working towards community-based model intervention systems with the primary goal of saving the lives and limbs of those afflicted with snakebite.
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IISc, Bangalore
India’s leading institution of advanced education and research in the sciences and engineering.
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LSTM; Bayero University Kano, Nigeria; Institute of Primate Research Nairobi, Kenya
The African Snakebite Research Group (ASRG) is a four year, £2.5 million, collaboration programme funded by the National Institute for Health Research under the first Global Health Research Programme call launched in 2016. The ASRG is hosted by LSTM and working in partnership with Bayero University Kano (BUK), Nigeria and the Institute of Primate Research (IPR), Kenya to address the diverse causes of the continuing high mortality (32,000 deaths pa) and morbidity (100,000 disabilities pa) of snakebite victims in sub-Saharan Africa.