Monthly Archives: January 2020

23 – 29 January

A snapshot of media coverage on the coronavirus outbreak LSHTM has garnered over 1,500 pieces of online media coverage and 300 pieces of broadcast coverage since Monday 20th January. Peter Piot speaks to… (29/01) Financial Times (£) about the World Health … Continue reading

Nicki Connell: MBE for Services to Emergency Nutrition Crisis Abroad

Nicki Connell (MSc Public Health Nutrition, 2008) was awarded an MBE in the 2020 New Year Honours list.  She was nominated due to her outstanding service to aid disadvantaged individuals globally. We at LSHTM would like to offer her our … Continue reading

16 – 22 January 2020

A snapshot of media coverage on the coronavirus outbreak Peter Piot speaks to… (20/01/2020) Sky News about whether the outbreak is a cause for global concern. Peter said: “This epidemic is developing very rapidly. The reality is in today’s world, … Continue reading

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Research Project Diaries: “This experience has helped me become a more well-rounded researcher”

Kevin Martin, MSc Tropical Medicine & International Health alumnus, writes about his summer research project in Zimbabwe, which focused on identifying the barriers young people in the country face in accessing sexual health care. He explains the political issues at play, … Continue reading

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Research Project Diaries: “Conducting research in Uganda gave me hands-on experience and an in-depth understanding of evaluative strategies in STI global indicators”

Lauren, an MSc Control of Infectious Diseases alumna, took on a research project with LSHTM’s STIRIG (Sexually Transmitted Infections Research Interest Group) at the MRC/UVRI & LSTHM Uganda Research Unit, focusing on evaluating syphilis control and surveillance programming. Lauren took … Continue reading

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David Adams: Infectious Diseases Alumnus

David Adams studied MSc Infectious Diseases by distance learning in 2009 and now he has the position of Instructor in Social and Natural Sciences at Point University in Savannah. He is an active member of the alumni community and has … Continue reading

Oh, What Do You Do To Me? the City says to Tinder

Happy new year! We are welcoming back our readers with this new blogpost by DEPTH researcher Sam Miles, who was recently invited to be interviewed about sex, technology and cities for the Urban Political podcast. Read on to find out … Continue reading