• MRC Highlights 1990 -2020
    MRC Highlights 1990 -2020
  • Mycetoma Research Center

    The Mycetoma Research Centre (MRC), University of Khartoum

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  • Tthe Sixth International Conference on Mycetoma
  • MRC Staff

    The staff members are of medical, health and science backgrounds who are interested in all facets related to mycetoma.

    MRC Staff:

    The staff members are of medical, health and science backgrounds who are interested in all facets related to mycetoma. They have rich track records in patients’ management, teaching, research and community development. The centre staff has continually explored new patients’ management approaches through clinical and basic research.

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  • A simple thorn prick

    Mycetoma : The faces of neglect

    How can a simple thorn prick be so devastating?

     

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  • Mycetoma Management: A New Unique Holistic Approach
    Mycetoma Management: A New Unique Holistic Approach

SAA’ID


The Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training Centre (SAA’ID)

It is a hub for vocational training, business development, and entertainment, located at the Mycetoma Research Centre, University of Khartoum, Khartoum, Sudan

SAA'ID Entrepreneurship and Innovation Competition

 

The Mycetoma Research Centre Panorama

The Mycetoma Cultural Week - Art Exhibition

   All the hopes for the Mycetoma Patients

   Date: 23 - 27 February 2020, at 07:00 PM

   Venue: French Inistitute, Khartoum

   Visit Mycetoma Cultural Week web page

   Download the PDF brochure

 

AMED International Collaborative Research Program

international collaborative research

Recently the Mycetoma Research Centre, University of Khartoum had joined the International Collaborative Research Program for Tackling the Neglected Tropical Diseases Challenges in African Countries with a project entitled

Research on the diagnostics of early or latent eumycetoma: Search for new biomarkers, POC diagnostics, and development of a clinical epidemiology platform.......Read more

NIHR 5S Foundation

The Social Sciences for Severe Stigmatising Skin Conditions (5S) Foundation at BSMS was established in 2019 and will run until August 2023. The programme is a £3.5 million collaborative research partnership between BSMS and the Mycetoma Research Centre in Sudan, the Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) based at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, the University of Rwanda and the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). Read more