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Luke Mullany

Luke Mullany

Principal Investigator
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
 
Since April 2015, Luke Mullany MHS, PhD has served as the Principal Investigator on a TRAction-funded project aimed at improving the management of unclassified fever among children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 
 
Mr. Mullany's overall research aims to increase infant and neonatal survival in low-resource settings through the development of effective, low-cost interventions that may be implemented at the community level. Current activities include investigation of sunflower seed oil as a topical emollient therapy for reduced infection and mortality, mode(s)/mechanism of action of sunflower seed oil and skin barrier function and integrity, expanding the use of oxytocin for prevention and treatment of PPH beyond facility deliveries, uterotonic use in home and facility deliveries in South Asia, etiology of neonatal infections, role of community based workers in neonatal/maternal health. More information on his work with TRAction can be found here.
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