Alumni Innovators: Dr Ibrahim Audu Salisu

Dr Ibrahim Audu Salisu studied MSc Public Health at LSHTM, graduating in 2011. He is an award-winning public health physician who is currently the Public Health Officer and Sub-national Health Sector Coordinator for World Health Organization (WHO) Nigeria. He was recently awarded the very prestigious CUGH Hall-Sewankambo…

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Alumni Innovators: Professor Sharon Peacock CBE

In this, our School’s 120th year, LSHTM alumna Sharon Peacock is also celebrating an anniversary: it’s 25 years since she completed both her Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene and her MSc Clinical Microbiology in 1994.

“I chose to study at LSHTM because of its reputation – then and…

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How good are your #LSHTMemories?

We’re celebrating LSHTM’s 120th Anniversary throughout the 2019/20 academic year with a series of 120 events around the world, with blog posts about healthcare innovations here at the School and by our alumni globally, and with a special edition of your annual Alumni News magazine.

In the…

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Alumni Innovators: Jillian Kowalchuk: Founder and CEO at Safe & the City, Ltd

“I decided to study at LSHTM because of its world-renowned history, the impact it has had as a university and the exceptional alumni. I knew I wanted to do this for not only my career but also for my personal development, as well as my ability to improve key…

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Happy 120th Birthday to LSHTM!

2nd October 2019 marks exactly 120 years since LSHTM first opened its doors to students in the autumn of 1899. We’re going to be celebrating all year in London and around the world with 120 events.

But today we’re asking you, our alumni and friends, to download this…

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Alumni Innovators: Carlos Chaccour

LSHTM alumnus Carlos Chaccour studied for his MSc in Tropical Medicine and International Health in 2007/2008. He is Chief Scientific Officer of the BOHEMIA project, Assistant Research Professor at ISGlobal, Barcelona Institute for Global Health, visiting scholar at Ifakara Health Institute, Tanzania and Associate Professor at Universidad de Navarra…

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Current challenges and proposed solutions to the effective implementation of the RTS, S/AS01 Malaria Vaccine Program in sub-Saharan Africa

In April 2019, the World Health Organisation (WHO) launched the world’s first malaria vaccine, the RTS, S/AS01, as part of a pilot programme in Malawi, Ghana and Kenya. The three countries have a combined target of vaccinating 360000 children (below five years of age) per year until the…

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LSHTM Innovators: Sadi Khan MBE

Sadi Khan MBE is an MSc Medical Parasitology alumna and founder and lead trainer of Noble Khan Ltd, a cultural/religious awareness training company. Last year Sadi was awarded an MBE by the Queen for her work in culture/religious awareness training and services to vulnerable women.

“I had heard…

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LSHTM’s new free online Eye Health courses

Open Education in Eye Health (OEEH) was established in response to the growing global need to embed a public health approach to effectively address avoidable blindness and the health training inequalities which exist. Training programmes in eye health, particularly in low and middle income countries (LMIC), are constrained by limited…

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2019 Alumni Survey feedback

Thank you to everyone who completed the 2019 Alumni Survey.

This Autumn LSHTM celebrates our 120th anniversary. We sent a survey to our alumni to make sure we have your up-to-date contact information and so we can learn how you would like to get more involved with the…

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