You are invited to listen and participate as CARTA fellows and graduates’ present their research in health systems and non-communicable diseases, ageing, sexual and reproductive health rights, infectious diseases, and immunization among others. Additionally, the conference will offer an opportunity for researchers and presenters from different institutions around the world to interact and learn about new research presented, including the tools and techniques used.
The conference will have two 2-hour sessions that will accommodate eight to ten presentations. The pre-recorded talks are now available to accommodate interested audiences in different time zones. The videos will also be streamed in the first hour of each day’s session. In the second hour, the session will be open to discussions and Q&A with the speakers.
Each session’s audience will include all presenters, external mentors, local mentors, and supervisors.
NB: The Conference is open to the public. Academics and scholars, experts, and postgraduate students are invited to join the conference.