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Professor White graduated in medicine from Guy's Hospital Medical School in London, and trained in internal medicine in several London teaching hospitals and the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. In 1980 he went to Thailand to join a small research collaboration between the Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University and the Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, supported by the Wellcome Trust. Professor White stayed there ever since and in 1986 took over as director of this unit, and later opened sister units in Vietnam (1991) and Laos (1999). These units and their collaborations have grown considerably, and are at the forefront of clinical research on malaria, meliodosis, typhoid, tetanus, dengue, central nervous system infections, rickettsial diseases and avian influenza.
malaria, meliodosis, typhoid, tetanus, dengue, central nervous system infections, rickettsial diseases and avian influenza.
Karen Gaudin, Marie-Helene Langlois, Tina Kauss, Thida Phoeung, Stephanie Arrachart, Anne-Margaux Demartini, Florian Gaziello, Elizabeth Ashley, Melba Gomes and Nicholas White
Research Article: Pharm Anal Acta 2015, 6: 393