Wellcome has co-hosted a second global event, in Ghana, to help drive pioneering action to stop the rise and spread of superbugs.
We’re launching a review of how Wellcome supports science. Jeremy Farrar explains why it’s necessary and what we hope to achieve.
The global community showed the power of working together during the West African Ebola epidemic. Continuing to do so could be key to improving epidemic preparedness.
Three years on from an unprecedented epidemic in Central and South America, families affected by Zika are still benefiting from research studies supported since the outbreak began.
BAFTA award-winning writer and director Rungano Nyoni (‘I Am Not a Witch’) has been awarded the 2018 Wellcome Screenwriting Fellowship, in partnership with BFI and Film4.
Wellcome and the World Health Organization (WHO) hosted an expert meeting in October 2018 that brought together leading scientists and promising early-career researchers to invigorate nutrition science.
Carla Ross explains what the new Public Engagement Research and Evidence team will be looking at over the next year.
Lassa fever is now on the priority list of the World Health Organization and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness. But we need to continue to fill in the gaps in research.
A unique global collaboration is attempting to transform the way we study the brain. If it succeeds, neuropixel probes could start to address longstanding unanswered questions about how brain disorders alter our neural circuits.
Finance industry leader Naguib Kheraj will join the Wellcome Trust Board of Governors.