David Mabey talks to Channel 4 News about ZMapp as a possible treatment for Ebola (from 2 mins 15 secs): “ZMapp was given to the two American Missionaries who have now recovered. Whether that was the reason they recovered we’re … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2014
Author: Megan McGill Megan has been on a work placement in the archives The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine’s Centre for Sexual and Reproductive Health collection contains over seven-hundred descriptions of posters relating to AIDS/HIV from around Europe, … Continue reading
Alumni in Geneva, Switzerland tell us what they think makes the School such a special place.
Hi there! To the continuing students, I hope you are enjoying the holiday! That is…..if you have already handed in the Assessed Assignments. Well, well, well, I just have these few words “Enjoy the holiday while it lasts!” I will … Continue reading
Sir Ronald Ross and his wife, Rosa, had four children, the eldest Ronald Campbell was killed at the start of the war in the retreat from Mons. Ross writes about his son’s death in his Memoirs which were published in 1923. … Continue reading
by Arjun Vasan and Gina Lagomarsino, Results for Development Institute Just over three months ago, Mr. Narendra Modi was inaugurated as the 14th Prime Minister of India after his party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), resoundingly defeated the ruling Congress … Continue reading
MSc Control of Infectious Diseases student Corey Le Claire co-produced a video with JD Charlwood while undertaking fieldwork for his summer project, which involved investigating different vector sampling techniques in Kyamura, Kagera Region, Tanzania:
By Rebecca Tremain: You might have thought you were seeing double at this year’s Annual Mosquito Day celebrations. Alongside the traditional Binkie mascot, there was a real live dog to help the event go with a swing (or a wag … Continue reading
The European Journal for Public Health has just published this collaborative editorial by Greg Hartwell (SPHR@L Affiliaite) and Anna Gilmore (University of Bath) illustrating the divisions in the public health community over e-cigarettes. Read the full article here: E-cigarettes: threat or opportunity?
The Journal of the Town and Country Planning Association’s August issue features an article by SPHR@L’s own Matt Egan; a collaborative piece with Will Anderson, André Pinto and Lesley Mountford on some of the key issues relating to evidence that have … Continue reading