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Fungus amungus

Join the conversation with scientists from around the world, including AKU's Joveria Farooqi and Faisal Mahmood.

Radiolab | September 7, 2020

Giving university staff more autonomy a pandemic silver lining

Being forced to give grassroots staff more autonomy during COVID-19 will benefit universities in the long run, AKU President Firoz Rasul tells THE World Academic Summit.

Times Higher Education | September 4, 2020

We must not rush into reopening schools

Bringing students back to schools and campuses or keeping them at home both have negative consequences, says AKU's Dr Alex Awiti.

The Star | September 3, 2020

Africa declared free from wild polio — but vaccine-derived strains remain

Wild polio cases have decreased globally by more than 99 per cent since 1988, but the virus is still endemic in Afghanistan and Pakistan, says AKU's Professor Zulfiqar Bhutta.

Nature | September 1, 2020

Address teenage sexual and reproductive health

With the focus currently cantered on the COVID-19, access to maternal, sexual and reproductive healthcare services has been a challenge over the past few months, says AKU’s faculty Professor Marleen Temmerman.

Business Daily | August 27, 2020

Pakistan wins rare, fragile success against novel coronavirus

"This is a disease of networks. It doesn't go through the whole population equally," explains AKU faculty Dr Faisal Mahmood.

Al Jazeera | August 25, 2020

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