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Investigator & Site Co-Lead

Associate Professor at the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health at Oxford University, UK, and the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kenya. Initially trained in medicine, Vicki’s early research centred on Malaria Home Care, including work with WHO, TDR and the Kenya Malaria Control Programme. For the past 10 years, her research has focused on the ethics of global health research, including community engagement, informed consent, disclosure of genetic findings and study benefits. Current research addresses research and public health data sharing, and vulnerability and resilience in research. Vicki leads on Ethics and Public Engagement training for an MSc in International Health and Tropical Medcine at Oxford University. After spending 25 years based in Kenya, Vicki now divides her time between Oxford and Kilifi.


Prof Vicki Marsh

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