Tag Archives: Coronavirus

COVID-19 PANDEMIC: FROM ISOLATION TO SOLIDARITY

By Richard Coker (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine) An epidemiological tsunami is sweeping the world. The most vulnerable will succumb directly from infection and, often forgotten, indirectly from being unable to access health care services. As this pandemic … Continue reading

A message from Professor Peter Piot

Dear Alumni, I would like to update you on the situation at LSHTM regarding COVID-19 and to convey to you that we are continuously thinking about our alumni community during these times of uncertainty and anxiety. Since January, we have … Continue reading

COVID-19 Stories

We are so proud of all of our alumni working tirelessly around the world during the COVID-19 outbreak. This is a very challenging time for everyone and we understand that you may be extremely busy and we want you to … Continue reading

COVID-19 Weekly Update

Here at LSHTM, we are continuously thinking about our alumni community during these times of uncertainty. Our staff are working tirelessly to provide accurate information and slow the spread of the virus. In addition to our monthly newsletters, we will … Continue reading

How can locally-based research institutions support COVID-19 preparedness and response? African example

By: Professor Martin Antonio (LSHTM and WHO Collaborating Centre for New Vaccines Surveillance) The global outbreak of novel coronavirus disease (renamed COVID-19) has brought to attention the preparedness of African countries and health systems to be able to address the … Continue reading

Two Weeks into Viet Nam life

This is a post from just over a week ago, from my main personal blog, which you can follow at: http://philandtropical.wordpress.com/   ¬†(…Running on the sand dunes of Mui Ne…) I’m two weeks into life in Ho Chi Minh City,¬†Viet … Continue reading