Alumni Profile: Professor Clement Anyiwo

Professor Clement Anyiwo* MD, MSc Medical Microbiology 1977, is a Nigerian-American and Founder / President (CEO) of the Jerry and Joe Divine Foundation based in the United States of America.

“The Masters degree from a world-renowned institution as London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine has helped me a…

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Tessa Jean-Pierre leads Haiti’s first AIDS walk

Congratulations to London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine alumnus Tessa Jean-Pierre for her role in organising Haiti’s first AIDS walk held earlier this month in Port au Prince for World AIDS Day.

Coordinated by Caris Foundation International, the walk was led and organised by Program Manager OVC…

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Ebola in context: new free online course launched

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is launching its first free online course with the help of its partners FutureLearn.

This two-week free interdisciplinary course looks at the science behind the Ebola outbreak, to understand why it has occurred on this scale and how it can be…

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Join our multi-disciplinary School Centres

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s multi-disciplinary School Centres bring together staff, students and alumni working across Faculties and Departments, to share information and strengthen our research, education and policy activities.

If you are interested in any of the Centres below please click on the links…

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Dr John Zeigler awarded the 2014 Burkitt Medal

Dr John Zeigler, MSc Epidemiology 97′ has been awarded the 2014 Burkitt Medal.  The medal award took place as part of the 9th International Cancer Conference and Cancer Week Ireland.

Dr John L. Ziegler of the University of California San Francisco was awarded the medal at a celebratory dinner on…

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Alumni Book Launch: Climate Change and Global Health

A ground-breaking study of the impact of climate change on human health.
Edited by Colin D. Butler, DTM&H 91’ & MSc Epidemiology 97’.

Join Professor Colin Butler for the launch of his new book, Climate Change and Global Health, this Friday 17 October, in the Manson Lecture…

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Alumni Profile: Sir Dr. Nathan Kumamusa Kere

Sir Dr. Nathan Kumamusa Kere, PhD Epidemiology & Population Health 1992, is Managing Director of the East Medical Centre Ltd in the Solomon Islands.

“The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is the world centre to study malaria and as my interests are epidemiology and control of Malaria, I…

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Obituary: Professor Tony McMichael

Tony McMichael, who sadly died in September 2014, was an outstanding and visionary public health scientist who was particularly renowned for his pioneering work on climate change and health.

He showed early awareness of the need to address injustice and defend the disadvantaged. As a student he spent a summer…

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Read the latest issue of Alumni News

The latest issue of Alumni News, the School’s annual alumni magazine, is now available online. Featured stories include:

  • Let’s talk about sex – results from the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and LifestylesMalaria genetics. Credit LSHTM Malaria Centre and Matt Murphy, Handsome Frank
  • Can better access to health foods tackle obesity in the USA?
  • Warmer temperatures is pushing malaria to higher elevations
  • A PEEK into the future of eye health
  • The School’s HIV/AIDS archive collection
  • Climate Change: A threat to human health?
  • Does community-based newborn care save lives?
  • Improving malaria drug delivery: the work of the ACT Consortium
  • The School during the First World War
  • A big thank you to everyone who has supported the Alumni Fund for scholarships, research travel grants and the School Centres
  • Alumni profiles, events and more
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The Living Library

Tuesday 28 October 2014
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm 
South Courtyard, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK

Have you ever wished that books could explain their stories to you, rather than sitting silently in your hands? If so, we have just the evening for you! Head down to…

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