• Understanding and acting on the developmental origins of health and disease in Africa would improve health across generations 

      Norris, Shane A.; Daar, Abdallah; Balasubramanian, Dorairajan; Byass, Peter; Kimani-Murage, Elizabeth; Macnab, Andrew; Pauw, Christoff; Singhal, Atul; Yajnik, Chittaranjan; Akazili, James; Levitt, Naomi; Maatoug, Jihene; Mkhwanazi, Nolwazi; Moore, Sophie E.; Nyirenda, Moffat; Pulliam, Juliet R. C.; Rochat, Tamsen; Said-Mohamed, Rihlat; Seedat, Soraya; Sobngwi, Eugene; Tomlinson, Mark; Toska, Elona; Van Schalkwyk, Cari (Taylor & Francis Open, 2017)
      Data from many high- and low- or middle-income countries have linked exposures during key developmental periods (in particular pregnancy and infancy) to later health and disease. Africa faces substantial challenges with ...
    • Understanding iron metabolism : lessons from transfusion-dependent Thalassemia 

      Al-Khabori, Murtadha; Daar, Shahina (Oman Medical Specialty Board, 2018)
      No abstract available
    • Upscaling biodiversity : estimating the species–area relationship from small samples 

      Kunin, William E.; Harte, John; He, Fangliang; Hui, Cang; Jobe, R. Todd; Ostling, Annette; Polce, Chiara; Sizling, Arnost; Smith, Adam B.; Smith, Krister; Smart, Simon M.; Storch, David; Tjorve, Even; Ugland, Karl‐Inne; Ulrich, Werner; Varma, Varun (Ecological Society of America, 2018)
      The challenge of biodiversity upscaling, estimating the species richness of a large area from scattered local surveys within it, has attracted increasing interest in recent years, producing a wide range of competing ...
    • Why model? 

      Wolkenhauer, Olaf (Frontiers Media, 2014-01-28)
      Next generation sequencing technologies are bringing about a renaissance of mining approaches. A comprehensive picture of the genetic landscape of an individual patient will be useful, for example, to identify groups of ...