Phil Edwards speaks to BBC Radio 4 Today (at 51m50s) about new research on how switching off street lights at night affects car crashes and crime: “There is no evidence for an increase in road traffic casualties or crime with … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2015
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In July 1915, Sir Ronald Ross was appointed Consulting Physician on Tropical Diseases and was sent to Alexandria in Egypt for four months to research disease among the troops in the Dardanelles. In his report at the end of his … Continue reading
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is offering a new online course, Improving the Health of Women, Children and Adolescents: from Evidence to Action. The course is free and open to healthcare professionals or anyone working in a health organisation, … Continue reading
A flagship study that inspired large-scale deworming programmes has been reanalysed by School researchers, who conclude that educational benefits of deworming may be less than previously thought. Calum Davey speaks to the Guardian about the impact of the original study: … Continue reading
Four researchers from the departments of Clinical Research and Disease Control (Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases) have been awarded £1000 grants to develop and deliver public engagement activities. The purpose of this new funding stream is to offer staff … Continue reading
Want to let the Library know which journals are relevant to you? There’s one more week left to fill in our short survey (deadline is the 31 July). Surveys are specific to Faculty: EPH Survey ITD Survey PHP Survey Taking … Continue reading
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine alumnus Molly Martell graduated in 2005 with an MSc in Health Policy, Planning & Finance. Since graduating Molly has worked exclusively in molecular diagnostics for complex diseases, including HIV/AIDS and cancer. She talked to the … Continue reading
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine has been ranked top university in Europe for research impact in all fields (ahead of Oxford and Cambridge) in the 2015 CWTS Leiden Ranking. The School is also ranked 6th overall in … Continue reading
Congratulations to ICEH 2009 Alumnus – Rajesh Babu Bhatchala for Receiving the Education UK Alumni Awards!
ICEH is pleased to congratulations 2009 MSc Alumnus – Rajesh Babu Bhatchala for Receiving the Social Impact Award at the British Council’s Education UK Alumni Awards! The awards honour outstanding success in entrepreneurship, professional achievement and social impact by alumni from … Continue reading