The School congratulates Claas Kirchhelle on his University Research Impact Award
Dr Claas Kirchhelle's research has raised awareness of the challenges of typhoid control. Typhoid remains a major threat. Every year, 14.3 million people suffer from the disease and 135,000 are killed – many of whom are children. Typhoidland is an international research and engagement project that challenges the myth that typhoid is a disease of the past, raises awareness about antimicrobial resistance, and analyses past interventions to inform current efforts to control the disease.
For more about Claas's project