NTD Research Directory

NHMs Fiona Allan (left) checking schistosome egg hatching in Uganda

The LCNTDR seeks to provide public health stakeholders with focused operational and research support for NTD control. The LCNTDR member institutions house over 230 NTD experts with a wide range of specialties, making the Centre a valuable resource for cross-sectoral research and collaboration.    

This creates within the LCNTDR an immense capacity for research in many forms: parasite genomics and identification, mathematical modeling to predict treatment and control outcomes, spatial mapping of disease priority areas, clinical and operational research, and much more. 


Find research expertise by disease, speciality and geographical focus through our Researchers Directory


Scientific publications outlining research findings can be found in our Publications Database.


Find research projects and associated researchers by disease, speciality and geographical focus through our Research Project DirectoryListed below are a selection of research projects conducted by LCNTDR members.