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Population Studies Group Seminar : Tuesday 24th April, 1pm : Sexual mixing patterns and simulated sexual networks: evidence from a national household survey, South Africa.

Dr Kathryn Risher Research Fellow, Population Studies Group, Department of Population Health LSHTM 1.00pm, Tuesday 24th April LG9 (Curtis Room), Keppel Street ALL WELCOME Relatively little is known about the structure of sexual networks in Southern Africa, largely because complete … Continue reading

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Attend our Student & Alumni Networking Events

With the start of term just seven weeks away our international Alumni Chapters have been busy planning and hosting pre-departure events in their respective cities. Alumni Chapter Pre-departure events provide alumni with the opportunity to network with new and prospective … Continue reading

*NEW* Social Protection and Disability Seminar Audio Recording & Slide Show Here

ICED Seminar Series 2017  ‘Social Protection and Disability’ This event was held on Tuesday 20 June 2017 and included talks by leading experts and an opportunity for discussion. Social Protection & Disability Seminar Audio Recording & Slide Show Here 

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Alumni Chapter Events & Meet Ups

Our alumni community host a number of chapter events and meet ups throughout the year. Events vary from city to city; some alumni host dinner or drinks, whereas others organise more formal gatherings. Alumni chapter events and meet ups are … Continue reading

Working together for the Future of Global Health

In partnership with New Scientist, the RVC and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine are co-hosting an exciting event this Autumn. On Monday 3 October, Professor Stuart Reid, Principal of the Royal Veterinary College and Professor Peter Piot, … Continue reading