• KCCR 25th Anniversary

    KCCR 25th Anniversary Photos

    See Day 1 photos
  • Malaria Meeting 2023 at BNITM

    Save the Date! The Malaria Meeting has developed into a scientific event that is respected beyond the borders of Germany, where both clinicians and non-clinical natural scientists present their results on current malaria research.

    read more
  • WALK-IN COVID-19 TESTING AT KCCR

    KCCR offers a Walk-in Service for COVID-19 PCR Testing for members of the general public for travelling purposes every day including weekends and holidays from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. text

    read more
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    If you have traveled from a COVID-19 high risk country in the last 14 days AND developed symptoms
    • Stay in your house and isolate yourself as much as possible
    • Call the Ghana Health Service (GHS) Hotline 0552222004/0552222005/0509497700/0558439868
    • The GHS will give you further instructions and take a sample from you
    • Do NOT go to one of the testing facilities or hospitals. Testing is only provided for samples coming via the GHS.

  • About KCCR

    As an international platform for biomedical research, KCCR’s modus operandi based on the close collaboration between KNUST School of Medicine and Dentistry (KSMD), Ghana, and the Bernhard-Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine (BNITM), Hamburg, Germany.

    READ MORE

Research Groups & Projects

In line with its mission to advance research and to meet the current and future health needs of Ghana and international community, KCCR hosts Research Groups for...

read more

Lab & Diagnostic Services

KCCR provides laboratory facilities for Bacteriology, Immunology, Parasitology, Entomology, Molecular Biology and a large Cold Room for storage.

read more

News, Events & Opportunities

To promote teaching and training activity, news of academic excellence and opportunities for health research training, postgraduate training are advertised for selection of suitable....

read more

KCCR COVID 19

Coronaviruses are large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases. They often circulate among camels, cats, and bats, and can..

read more

KCCR Graduates

As part of the KCCR's mandate to produce the next generation of researchers, training and capacity building activities are organised and hosted in the KCCR facility.

read more

KCCR COVID 19

Coronaviruses are large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases. They often circulate among camels, cats, and bats, and can ...

read more

News

KCCR 25th Anniversary Celebrations

Read more

ASAAP NEWSLETTER

The official Newsletter of ASAAP Project July 2022 Click here to read…
Read more

BSL 3 Training for Laboratory Staff

KCCR laboratory staff undergo a two-week intensive BSL 3 training in Germany. The trainings were held at the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut (FLI), Reims Island and the Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine (BNITM), Hamburg – Germany. This is related to emergency preparedness for pandemics and the institute’s expansion. Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut (FLI) Bernhard Nocht ...
Read more

KCCR selected to participate in AREF Excell Researcher and Leadership Development Programme 2018

After a highly competitive process, Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and its four leading Scientists have been ...

FACS workshop

As a measure to strengthen the capacities to conduct cutting-edge immunological research on site, the KCCR was recently equipped with a modern multicolour Beckman Coulter ...

ASAAP paediatric malaria treatment study kicks off in Ghana

The ASAAP project – a multi-country, multi-site clinical study to evaluate a new malaria triple therapy for children – has its kick-off meeting today in ...

Filariasis project at KCCR is celebrating its 20th anniversary

The Filariasis project at KCCR is celebrating its 20th anniversary of research collaboration with the Institute of Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology (IMMIP), University Hospital, ...

KCCR COVID 19

Background Coronaviruses are large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases. They often circulate among camels, cats, ...