Written by PhD student Prince Antwi-Agyei for the SHARE Consortium.
Have you ever wondered why people continue to use wastewater for vegetable farming and other purposes?
Wastewater can pose health risks to consumers and farmers of irrigated produce, such as diarrhoeal diseases and helminth infections. While we know there…
Facilitating challenging conversations and action to raise awareness and create change on global inequality issues.
The Inequality Question is a unique project to debate global inequality issues. On the last Thursday of each month – #ThoughtfulThursday – children formerly or currently living on the streets of Uganda choose one inequality question to…
This week we have a special blog post about the Young Scientist Programme written by Erin Lafferty, the Public Engagement Coordinator for the School.
If you were to visit the School at certain points of the year, you may think our students are getting a lot younger! Chances are however…
This past year, my feet and my mind have transversed three major cities.
I departed New York, my home, to seek an MSc in Public Health at the School back in September 2015 in London. I spent an incredible 9 months there in growing both professionally and personally and making…
The Mwanza Intervention Trials Unit (MITU) was set up in 2006 as a joint initiative of London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the Tanzania National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR). MITU was established with special funding from the UK Medical Research Councilnow largely self- supporting through research grant…
We are thrilled to share this TEDx talk from MSc Health Policy, Planning and Finance graduate Mahaveer Golecha.
Mahaveer is currently an Assistant Professor at the Public Health Foundation of India. He also works with a number of public health institutes in India including the Indian government and the WHO…
The School is a member of London Universities International Partnership, a group of London Universities that work with the Mayor of London’s office promote the UK’s capital city as a top destination for education, culture and tourism.
Earlier this year 14 London universities, including the School, visited UAE and Qatar as part of a special showcase exhibition. The exhibition included an installation, based on the River Thames, including interactive panels showing how London’s universities are educating the next generation of city leaders, educators, planners, creatives medical researchers and builders.
- Media City, Cultural Capital
- Smart Governance and Policy Innovation
- The Innovation Eco System
- Fit Cities & Sporting Legacy (as represented by the School’s panel)
- Creating and Growing Future Leaders
- Food for the Future: Securing the Safety of the World Food Supply
- Product Design
- Planning & Designing Smart Buildings
- Entrepreneurship: Growing the Smart City.
Researchers at the School are involved in Fit Cities, an international collaboration of planners, designers, developers, and public health professionals. Fit Cities explores how building design and policy decisions can make communities healthier, helping prevent diseases such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Read more
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, are responsible for the greatest burden of death and disability globally. No longer viewed as diseases of affluence, NCDs are of critical importance to all countries and are firmly on the global political agenda. Successfully addressing the complex causes of…
Lessons from the Technical Resource Centre: trust, working alongside each other and early collaboration
In the target year of the Millennium Development Goals and as the Sustainable Development Goals are formulated, all countries need to strengthen capacity in high quality measurement and evaluation of implementation efforts in order to base…
Research from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine has found, for the first time, an underlying genetic component to how attractive we are to mosquitoes.
The findings build on previous research where it was shown that attractiveness to insects is based on differences in body odour. People who…