The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is excited to introduce you to Part II of the 2015-2016 Alumni Fund Telephone Campaign Telethon Team! Meet Rini Bandyopadhyay – “My name is Rini Bandyopadhyay and I am a current degree student in MSc Control … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2016
The Library & Archives Service invites all current students to give us their views on the Library & Archives and the services we provide. Your views are important – please share them with us, so that we can help improve … Continue reading
In January 1988, aged 25, I started work here as a library assistant. Now 28 years later and aged 53 I’m still here! I’m not sure if that is cause for celebration or a worrying sign of my extreme procrastination! … Continue reading
Laura Rodrigues is quoted by Reuters about the ongoing work to prove a link between the Zika virus and congenital birth defect microcephaly, including her own research in Brazil: “We will follow them [pregnant women thought to be infected with Zika] … Continue reading
Dr Heidi Stöckl, Lecturer in Social Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), presented at a high level event at the University Hospital of Oslo on 3 February 2016.
This week’s Alumni Profile features, Dr. Denis Mali, who graduated from the School in 2014 with an MSc in Public Health by Distance Learning, specializing in Health Services Management. Denis now works as the Program Management Specialist with the United States Agency for … Continue reading
The Global Launch of the Lancet Series on Ending Preventable Stillbirths took place at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on January 19, 2016 Continue reading
Jeffrey Eaton presented on work from the HIV Modelling Consortium Writing Group on ART Eligibility Guidelines (with inputs from the ALPHA Network) in Session O-10 (abstract 117): HIV Mortality by Care Cascade Stage and Implications for Universal ART Eligibility (webcast) … Continue reading
This new report, published by the Freedom Fund, is authored by a team of SaME researchers including Dr Ligia Kiss and Alys McAlpine and led by Dr Cathy Zimmerman from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).
Rebecca Meiksin, Research Fellow for the LINEA project, attended the Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 8-10 February 2016.