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A series of fortunate events: Hlabisa 3 to Lima 31\ud \ud David Moore is Professor of Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine at the School, and a Consultant at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases. He is Course Director for the flagship Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, leads a tuberculosis research group in Lima, Peru, and in recent years co-founded the School's TB Centre, now serving on its steering committee.\ud \ud In his inaugural lecture, Professor Moore reflects on his surprising journey from Birmingham Medical School to Hlabisa Hospital in rural Kwazulu-Natal, back to London and on to Lima. Here, funded by successive Wellcome Trust Fellowships he pioneered a promising new rapid TB diagnostic test known as MODS, which was endorsed by WHO in 2010 and implemented through the Peruvian National TB Control Programme.\ud \ud Professor Dame Anne Mills introduces the lecture. She said: "For most of the last five years, Dave has worn three hats at the School, as well as working as a Consultant at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases. We are very grateful to him for helping establish the TB Centre which is now a flourishing inter-Faculty organisation bringing together everyone working on TB."

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