We are an integral and active member of the global health community. We share our knowledge and expertise to ensure policy-makers, researchers and industry have the data they need to make informed decisions on investment in global health R&D.
The annual launch of the G-FINDER report
Since its inception, the launch of the G-FINDER neglected disease report has provided an annual opportunity for key players in the global health community to come together.
The most recent G-FINDER neglected disease report was launched in January 2023.
The session included a presentation of the report’s findings and insights by Dr. Paul Barnsley, Research and Analysis Lead, as well as a high-level discussion on the future of neglected disease research with Dr. Peter Hotez, Professor and Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, and Co-Director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children’s Hospital.
The report is available here, along with the accompanying press release
Connecting with the global health community
Members of our team regularly attend and contribute to international discussions with the global health community. We meet with key partners from around the world to foster collaboration and information exchange. To find out what we’re working on, follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn, and sign up here to get our insights in your inbox.
Collaborations with global health organisations
Having conducted the G-FINDER project annually for over a fifteen years, Policy Cures Research is recognised as a critical partner to organisations with an interest in measuring funding for global health, leading to regular opportunities to collaborate with and contribute to publications from other global health organisations.
Policy Cures Research is a member of the Global Health Technologies Coalition Global Partners Network, informing and participating in the coalition’s multilateral advocacy activities. We are actively involved in writing the “Investments in malaria R&D” chapter of the annual World Malaria Report and share our data and findings with the Global Institute’s Knowledge Portal on innovation and access to medicines, Seek Development’s Donor Tracker, and the WHO’s Global Observatory on Health R&D.
Policy Cures Research’s CEO Dr Nick Chapman is a guest lecturer at the University of Sydney, and members of our team frequently provide lectures to students enrolled in the Master of International Public Health and Master of Global Health programmes at the University of Sydney.
Advice to stakeholders
We work with partners to expand the reach of our evidence and analysis. We regularly provide global health stakeholders, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and PATH, with additional tailored analysis of our in response to requests for additional detail or context. We also advise organisations on how to collect, store and manage data.