An Institute research project has been shortlisted for a Guardian University Award.

An Institute research project has led to the University of Glasgow being shortlisted for a Guardian University Award in the International Projects category.

The project is work of a team of Institute researchers and African collaborators, and is led by Reader Dr Katie Hampson.

Katie said, “I’m delighted to be shortlisted for our mobile health project in Tanzania.”

The Guardian’s International Projects category celebrates an outstanding project, venture or collaboration – in teaching, research or student attraction – that shows the university operating with global vision and ambition.

The winners will be announced on Wednesday 16 March at a ceremony in London, after which we will be able to reveal the full story behind the shortlisted project.

View the full shortlist at: The judges' decision: shortlist for the Guardian University Awards.

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First published: 29 February 2016