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Research at UoK

The University of Kelaniya, being one of the leading universities in Sri Lanka as well as in the South Asian region, is highly committed to enhance research in many disciplines in broad areas of studies including Commerce, Management studies, Humanities, Medicine, Science and Social Sciences. It has been continuously engaged in many activities to improve the research culture and encourage academics to engage in quality research. With the recent establishment of the Research Council of the University, many new initiatives have also been introduced.

Ethics Review Committee

The University of Kelaniya is committed to excellence in research that would benefit both humanity and the environment and thereby contribute to the sustainable existence of the human race globally and in Sri Lanka. The Ethics Review Committee of the University of Kelaniya was established in 2016, with the aim of promoting high quality research and is dedicated to maintain the highest ethical standards as enshrined in its vision and mission.  
ERC of University of Kelaniya covers several aspects of research ethics of the research conducted by the Faculties of Commerce and Management, Computing and technology, Graduate Studies, Humanities, Science and Social Sciences.
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One of the leading universities in Sri Lanka as well as in the South Asian region, is highly committed to enhance research in many disciplines

Latest UoK Research

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Potential use of a combined sterile insect technique(SIT) and Wolbachia- based approach for the control of the dengue vector Aedes albopictus in Sri Lanka.
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Identification of social and bio-ecological changes on distribution of malaria vector in the Districts of Ampara and Batticaloa.
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Study on immunity against Hepatitis (Hep) B in children after vaccination during infancy and assessment of knowledge about Hep B infection among mothers of Gampaha District
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Dileepa Senajith Ediriweera ,Nilanthi Renuka de Silva ,Gathsaurie Neelika Malavige ,Hithanadura Janaka de Silva
A theoretical model and web-based app for estimating the limits within which transmission COVID-19 infection should be constrained in order to ensure that the case load remains within the capacity of Sri Lanka’s health system.

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