Kelsey Yaremko, Global Health Policy by distance learning student from Canada, talks to us about her programme, studies and career.
Hi Kelsey, can you start by letting us know a bit about your background?
I am from Calgary, Canada. I studied at the University of Alberta where I received a…
Aye Thar Aye, from Myanmar and living in the UK, is studying Infectious Diseases by distance learning with LSHTM. In this interview, Aye Thar tells us about her experiences of the programme so far.
Hi Aye Thar, please could you start by telling us about your professional background?
By Naomi Walker, 2017-18 VP for Research Degrees
If you had asked anyone – including former me – if I was likely to end up in ‘student politics’, I am sure they would have responded with a resounding “no”. Yet here I am, and it has been quite an experience! Let…
By Varsha Hande, MSc Public Health
BRRRRINNNGGGGG: My alarm jolts me out of my sleep and my favourite dream; receiving the LSHTM master’s certificate on graduation day! I groggily walk to my sink to brush my teeth. As I brush, I think about the day ahead of me. It…
Congratulations to MSc Global Mental Health student M. Tasdik Hasan, who won the “New Voices in Global Health Award 2017” at the recent World Health Summit in Berlin. In this post, Tasdik describes the project that won him the award.
The New Voices in Global Health Award recognises emerging researchers…
Maria Luisa Tejada de Rivero Sawers from Mexico is in the fourth year of her MSc Public Health and recently completed two modules at the School by blended learning. We caught up with Maria Luisa to find out about her experience.
To begin, tell us a little about yourself
By Brian Wong, MSc Epidemiology alumnus, Co-Founder & Co-Director LonWHO 2017
Great learning experience, good networking opportunity and a fun way of understanding and enacting health policy to a greater depth! – delegate
On 20-22nd October, international delegates gathered at Keppel Street for the inaugural London Model WHO…
This summer we introduced a new photo competition, inviting staff & students to submit photos across three categories, representing a typical day working or studying at the School; showing research and projects in the field; or of adolescents, women, newborns and children.
Each category was judged by a separate panel…
By Scott Tytheridge, MSc Medical Entomology for Disease Control
The Missing Maps project was created to map areas of the world that lack comprehensive maps, particularly for the purpose of humanitarian aid. The first stage, which is the ‘mapping parties’, is the initial and basic laying down of buildings and…
MSc Epidemiology student Emaline Laney shares her account of an outbreak simulation exercise, conducted as part of the Epidemiology and Control of Communicable Diseases module.
I looked around the table. The seven of us, representing six countries – South Africa, Cameroon, Italy, England, Wales and USA – included clinicians, NGO-workers, biomedical…