At Research Features, we strive to showcase leading research from around the globe and make it accessible to all. In this issue, we were delighted to speak with our featured researchers more closely about their work – we’re sure you’ll find it fascinating.
This issue includes an interview with Craig Drown, founder of the not-for-profit mSupply Foundation. Based in New Zealand, mSupply is developing open-source software to support low- and middle-income countries manage health supply chains – all the way from running international procurement through to dispensing to patients in a tiny rural clinic. Their Open mSupply software system, alongside training and mentoring for local staff, ensures that countries with small medicine budgets get the best possible outcomes with what they have.
We hope you will enjoy this issue of Research Features. Dive into the latest collection of fascinating articles and get to know the scientists behind the work.