Section: Research Projects
Members of the Centre have received exclusive grants, or a share of grants, totalling approximately £5 million (€5.5 million) in the academic years 2006-12. Most of these projects lasted for two or more years. Recent grants include:
2010-13: "Access to medicines in Africa and South Asia" (EU FP7) (Allyson Pollock & Roger Jeffery, with partners in Ghent, Basel, Uganda, India and South Africa (€3 million), 36 months from 1 May 2010.
2010-12: "Biomedical and Health Experimentation in South Asia: Critical Perspectives on collaboration, governance and competition", ESRC/DFID contribution, £399,514. Roger Jeffery, with Ian Harper, Robert Simpson & Salla Sariola (Durham) and Amar Jesani (Mumbai). 24 months from 1 September 2010.
The Politics of Names and Naming In India by Jacob Copeman
Politics, Ritual and Religion in India by Paul Dundas
The Making Of A Solar Market In Rural India by Jamie Cross
Understanding TB Control: technologies, ethics and programmes in India, South Africa, Nepal and Papua New Guinea by Ian Harper
Dalit Politics and Demoncratisation in Tamil Nadu by PI Hugo Gorringe with Roger Jeffery
Rural Change and Anthropological Knowledge in Port-colonial India held at SOAS with Patricia Jeffery as Co-PI
Advances in Research on Globally Accessible Medicine (AROGYAM) jointly with JNU (New Delhi) and SCTIMS (Trivandrum) and Heidelberg (Germany): PI is Roger Jeffery, with c.15 staff from University of Edinburgh
G04Health: Setting health-related development goals beyond 2015, by Devi Sridhar leads the global governance work package in this project
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