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Dr Bipin Adhikari

Dr Bipin Adhikari

Podcast interview

Community engagement for malaria elimination

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Bipin Adhikari

Research physician, Social Sciences, and Infectious Diseases

Bipin Adhikari is a researcher who joined Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU), Bangkok in 2015. After completing DPhil at University of Oxford in 2019, in which he concentrated his research around community engagement for targeted malaria elimination in Laos, he has worked with global researchers to broaden the scholarship around community engagement in health research. He is currently working at the malaria department of MORU based at field sites in Cambodia. His research interests are in social and clinical aspects of infectious diseases, epidemiology, and antimicrobial resistance in South/Southeast Asia.

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