Watch the Flusurvey‘s Alma Adler on hit BBC Science show Bang Goes the Theory on the 11th of March. 7:30, BBC1.
Monthly Archives: February 2013
The Flusurvey launches for its 5th year on the 13th of November. Don’t miss it! Find out more about the Flusurvey.
Special supplement of Health Research Policy and Systems on translating HIV and sexual health research into policy. Free access
New version of Social science methods for research on sexual and reproductive healthpublished, co-authored by Martine Collumbien, Joanne Busza, John Cleland and Oona Campbell. Info | PDF
Post submitted by Dr Alan Dangour, who leads the team delivering the new Programming for Nutrition Outcomes distance learning module Undernutrition is currently at the centre-stage of debates on international development. A food and nutrition event hosted by the UK … Continue reading
Inspiring alumnus, Enas Newire, was recently featured in an article in the Independent highlighting the surge in popularity of taking a degree by Distance Learning at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Taking the Msc Infectious Diseases by … Continue reading
Date: Thursday 7 March 2013 Time: 6:00 pm Venue: Canal 125, 125 Caledonian Road, London , N1 9RG Join us at London’s Canal 125 for the ultimate battle of the brains. Last year, a team of alumni took the title of quiz-masters – can they … Continue reading
Epidemiology is a constantly evolving field. From John Snow’s investigations of the spatial distribution of cholera cases in London more than 150 years ago, to modern-day whole genome association studies, epidemiology has a rich history of developing new methods of … Continue reading
James Logan and Nina Stanczyk are interviewed on BBC News online, BBC News Channel, BBC Radio 4 You and Yours, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio Scotland, ABC Australia and Voice of Russia about new research showing mosquitoes exposed to … Continue reading
The London International Development Centre (LIDC) has launched a new Fellowship Scheme that aims to support new collaborative research projects in international development between academics from at least two different Bloomsbury Colleges. The Bloomsbury Colleges include Birkbeck, Institute of Education, … Continue reading