Zambart is a Zambian research organisation established in 2004 from a research collaboration between the School of Medicine, University of Zambia (in Lusaka) and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) that spans over 20 years. From the initial studies of the impact of HIV on the clinical presentation and outcome of Tuberculosis, the scope and partnership of the research have expanded widely.
Zambart has become one of the leading research groups supporting healthcare advances in Tuberculosis and HIV. Since 1989, Zambart has actively partnered with the Zambian government through direct collaboration in healthcare research. Zambart also works closely with other research organisations and academic institutions within Africa and worldwide, to help innovatively reduce the public-health burden caused by the dual epidemics in resource-limited communities in Zambia and beyond.