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2013

Huzair, Farah; Borda-Rodriguez, Alexander; Upton, Mary and Mugwagwa, Julius (2013). An interdisciplinary and development lens on knowledge translation. Science and Public Policy, 40(1) pp. 43–50.

Huzair, Farah; Borda-Rodriguez, Alexander; Upton, Mary and Mugwagwa, Julius T. (2013). An interdisciplinary and development lens on knowledge
translation.
Science and Public Policy, 40(1) pp. 43–50.

2011

Huzair, Farah; Borda-Rodriguez, Alexander and Upton, Mary (2011). Twenty-first century vaccinomics innovation systems: capacity building in the global South and the role of Product Development Partnerships (PDPs). OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology, 15(9) pp. 539–543. file

Upton, Mary (2011). Rethinking global health governance: South African biotechnology initiatives and civil society networks buildingresilience against AIDS epidemics. In: EADI-DSA 2011 Conference, 19-22 September 2011, University of York, UK.

Upton, Mary E (2011). Communities developing capabilities for health governance: evidence from two South African HIV vaccine clinical trial sites. In: The Human Development Capability Association Annual Conference , 6th-8th September 2011, 3TU Institute of Technology, The Hague, Netherlands. .

Upton, Mary (2011). Transnational Advocacy Networks: the changing role of faith-based organisations in HIV and AIDS policy and practice. In: Sexuality, AIDS and Religion: Transnational Dynamics in Africa, 28-30 September 2011, Oxford University.

Upton, Mary (2011). The Politics of Health: Community Engagement in South African HIV Vaccine Trial Sites. PhD thesis The Open University. file

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