The School is a member of London Universities International Partnership, a group of London Universities that work with the Mayor of London’s office promote the UK’s capital city as a top destination for education, culture and tourism.
Earlier this year 14 London universities, including the School, visited UAE and Qatar as part of a special showcase exhibition. The exhibition included an installation, based on the River Thames, including interactive panels showing how London’s universities are educating the next generation of city leaders, educators, planners, creatives medical researchers and builders.
- Media City, Cultural Capital
- Smart Governance and Policy Innovation
- The Innovation Eco System
- Fit Cities & Sporting Legacy (as represented by the School’s panel)
- Creating and Growing Future Leaders
- Food for the Future: Securing the Safety of the World Food Supply
- Product Design
- Planning & Designing Smart Buildings
- Entrepreneurship: Growing the Smart City.
Researchers at the School are involved in Fit Cities, an international collaboration of planners, designers, developers, and public health professionals. Fit Cities explores how building design and policy decisions can make communities healthier, helping prevent diseases such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Read more
Dr Eva Lund studied the Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene in 2006. She is setting up a new alumni chapter in Luanda, Angola. If you are interested in being a part of the chapter please get in touch.
When I decided to study at the London School of Hygiene…
Date: Friday 18 October 2013
Time: 5:45 pm – 9:00 pm
Venue: South Courtyard, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, UK
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine invites you to an evening of reading with a difference! It is often said that everyone has at least one…
The Library launched its new adopt-a-book programme with a lunchtime event for School staff and students on Thursday. Attendees were treated to a free lunch in the Library and a chance to examine some of the oldest and rarest books in the School’s collection – which were kept…
Globally, approximately 450 million people have a mental health problem. This equates to one in four families worldwide having at least one member with a mental health problem.
The School’s Centre for Global Mental Health has brought together exhibits that provide unique perspectives on the experience of living with…
To mark the 25th anniversary of our Department of Health Services Research and Policy, we are organising a half-day symposium in which we will explore how the Department has helped meet the challenges faced by health services and systems in the UK and abroad and how its research has supported and guided changes and reforms. Read more
The Msc Public Health in Developing Countries class of 1999 met last month to celebrate fifteen years after graduating. Alumnus, Dr Olaf Horstick, reports on the weekend:
“Almost 15 years after starting our MSc (PHDC 98/99) a full weekend of “hello’s” and “how are you’s” it felt…
Prospective students and applicants to the School attended a special panel discussion in New Delhi, India on Saturday 20 July. The aim of this event was to help prepare students for the UK higher education experience and give them an insight into life the School. A panel of staff and…
The alumni team met up with alumnus Dr Akshay Dhariwal at our reception in New Delhi, India last week. He spoke fondly of his time at the School, where he studied the MSc Community Health in Developing Countries. He sent us this amazing photo of himself with his classmates, the…
It’s time for the next LSHTM Maputo alumni chapter meeting…
Where: Surf Café terrace in Jardim dos Namorados
When: July 24th (the anniversary of the nationalisation of the Mozambique health system in 1975)
Time: from 6pm
If you would like to attend please email the Maputo chapter.