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Throwback Thursday – MSc Community Health in Developing Countries class of ’85

Today’s class photos are courtesy of alumnus Wilbert Bannenberg, MSc Community Health in Developing Countries (pictured in the feature image fifth from the right). Wilbert shared these images with us when he visited the School in November last year to attend the Lancet Commission on Essential Medicines Policies. You…

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It’s coming!

Giving Tuesday Update
#givingtuesday 2016 was a great success. This year we raised over £1,600 for the School’s Scholarship Fund. This would not have been possible without our volunteer bakers who donated their time and skills to whip up some delicious treats, and the staff and students who…

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Who will be the next leader of the WHO?

In May 2017, a new Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) will be elected. In January, the executive board of WHO will shortlist a maximum of three candidates from the current field of six declared candidates:

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (Ethiopia), Minister of foreign affairs, Ethiopia
Flavia Bustreo (Italy…

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Will you be at HSR2016? Come and see our work!

Are you attending the Fourth Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Vancouver in November? Below you can find the details of when you can see sessions lead by those at LSHTM, as well as the activity of the RESYST consortium. Please do stop by and see us!

There will…

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Alumna Marilyn Spiegel returns to the School 40 years after graduating

Last month we were delighted to hear from MSc. Medical Parasitology alumna (1977), Marilyn Barrett Spiegel who was visiting London from California, USA, with her husband. Her visit was well timed as it marked 40 years since she first arrived to London to study at the School.

The Alumni team…

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In memory of Professor Stephen Lawn

 

Message from Professor Peter Piot, Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine to all staff and students – Wed 28 September

It is with great sadness that I share the news that our exceptional colleague and friend, Professor Stephen Lawn died on Friday 23rd September at the…

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NUS-LSHTM Showcase Event

Multidisciplinary research aimed at informing policy decisions in South East Asia

The National University of Singapore and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine participate in staff and student exchange programmes, joint academic and scientific activities and developing collaborative projects. The partnership aims to foster greater cooperation in the…

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The race for life: why we need more BAME donors on the UK organ and stem cell registers

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine alumna, Phoebe Topping, explains her work into increasing the amount of BAME bone marrow donors.

On the tube a couple of weeks ago a very tiny article in the Evening Standard caught my eye. It was a short piece about Great Britain’s…

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What do our alumni do?

Check out our new visualisation of London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine alumni destinations and let us know what you think!

Let us know where you are now so we can continue to update our infographics!

Share with your friends and colleagues to show them all the fantastic things…

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The Alumni Office loves visitors!

Last week, Mizuho Shimada, who studied MSc Infectious Diseases through distance learning and graduated  in 2015, visited the School for the first time with her daughter and her mother. Mizuho had never been to the UK before this time and managed to visit Scotland as well as London. It was…

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