Monthly Archives: November 2014

JOB OPPORTUNITY: RF post (primary quants analysis & systematic reviews)

SPHR@L Research Fellow Primary Quantitative Analysis & Systematic Reviews Click here for further info and to apply   Department of Health Services Research and Policy Salary:   £37,106 to £42,139 per annum Closing Date:   Sunday 14 December 2014 Interview … Continue reading

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Peek Retina

We’re delighted to announce that from today it is now possible to order our Peek Retina smartphone camera adapter to enable easy imaging inside the eye. You can also pledge a device to someone in a low-income setting and be … Continue reading

Invited talk at UCL

20th October was spent at University College London (just up the road!) presenting data from our various T. brucei RNAi library screens – something a bit diferent for all the virologists who work in the Division of Infection & Immunity … Continue reading

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Work Experience at the LSHTM Archives: Great War Bake Off and Other Projects

By Louise Woof I have been fortunate enough to be able to spend two weeks at the archive, learning the role of an archivist and undertaking various projects from listing AIDS research papers to setting up displays for the Great … Continue reading

Evaluations should share interim findings only when pieces of research are completed and on terms that are agreed in advance

by oona campbell A global maternal health initiative that could save thousands of lives has highlighted dilemmas for those assessing its performance, says Oona Campbell    It is difficult to over-estimate the urgency of improving maternal health in developing countries. … Continue reading

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A Saturday in London

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science: Last Saturday, on November 8th, our group of Study Ambassadors got the opportunity to participate in a treasure … Continue reading