Immunomodulating Effects of Helminth Infections during Pregnancy: The Entebbe Mother and Baby Study with Alison M. Elliott, MBBS, MD, DTH&H, FRCP of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Medical Research and Council/Uganda Virus Research Institute
The Entebbe Mother and Baby Study is a birth cohort in Uganda. It was established to investigate the effects of maternal and early childhood worm infections and their treatment on outcomes in infancy and childhood. Children in the cohort are now aged about nine years old. Lessons from the cohort were discussed in this talk at the Global Health & Infectious Disease conference at Washington University on March 28, 2014.