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Giving Tuesday 2017 is coming!

Save the date – 28 November 2017
 

#GivingTuesday is celebrated worldwide as a day to support the charities and causes that are important to you. It falls on the Tuesday after (US) Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday and is used as a way to give back after all the…

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LSHTM Alumni Telephone Campaign 2017/18

Thank you for your interest in this year’s telephone campaign at LSHTM. We have been running telephone campaigns for about seven years and they are always a great way for students to network with alumni and to improve their communication skills, as well as raise money for the LSHTM…

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London Marathon 2018 – Run for LSHTM

LSHTM have been lucky enough to receive a charity place for the London Marathon 2018 and we are now looking for our runner!

The marathon, on 22 April 2018, is one of the world’s most iconic sporting events with almost 40,000 people from across the globe taking part…

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Free Online Courses

LSHTM offers free online courses. Over 30,000 participants have completed the courses below, with more new courses in the pipeline.

The School’s free online courses were launched to align with the School’s mission of improving health worldwide. Free online courses are a way for the School’s…

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Attend our AIDS 2016 event hosted by Professor Peter Piot

The International AIDS Conference is held this year in Durban, South Africa, addressing the theme Access Equity Rights Now. HIV/AIDS researchers, policy makers and those living with HIV attend the event, held biannually, to debate the issues surrounding the fight agaisnt HIV, hear new scientific research on HIV.

This…

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Professor Bob Carpenter – Obituary

Bob Carpenter, Honorary Professor of Medical Statistics and a much loved colleague and teacher, sadly passed away last week while holidaying with friends.

Professor Carpenter is renowed as a world authority on the causes of sudden infant death, and throughout a long and fruitful career, undertook several pivotal studies that…

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Beulah Bewley – My Life as a Woman and Doctor

Dame Beulah Bewley was the first woman to graduate with an MSc in Social Medicine from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a leader of research into the effects of smoking in children and young people; research that she started at the School. She went on to…

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Alumni Reunion – MSc Epidemiology Class of 1995

On 20th June 2015, alumni from the 1995 MSc Epidemiology Class visited the School as part of a 20-year reunion. The group met with the School’s Director of External Relations, Ann Fazakerley, and were given a tour of the School before heading off to a celebratory lunch. Alumnus…

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Global Symposium on Health Systems Research: LSHTM international-research collaborations

In September 2014, the Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research will take place in Cape Town, South Africa, focusing on people-centred health systems. The symposium has become an essential venue for researchers, policy-makers, funders and implementers to work together and address current and critical health systems concerns…

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Goodbye Solomon!

Today, we are very sad to say goodbye to a much loved staff member, Solomon Egerton, who has worked in the School’s Refectory for 29 years.

Solomon is officially retiring, but between running two businesses, working as a part-time salesman for Utility warehouse, as well as looking after…

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