The rather divine LSHTM Library and Archives Services tote canvas bags are still available from the library enquiry desk for only £3.50! If you’re curious about the design it was created by the British Mosquito Control Institute in 1927. The … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: June 2015
In December 1914, Sir Ronald Ross, discoverer of the mosquito transmission of malaria, was appointed as the Consulting Physician in Tropical Diseases to the Hospitals for Indian Troops in England at a salary of £500 a year. This involved regularly … Continue reading
On 9th June 2015, the NIHR School for Public Health Research @ LSHTM (SPHR@L) was featured as ‘Research Group of the month’ within the Public Health & Policy (PHP) Faculty seminar series and presented some its current research, as well … Continue reading
Users of the central lift at Keppel Street may have met the librarian struggling with a trolley or box full of dusty old books using a key to the M (for mysterious) floor over the last 7 months. Well, that … Continue reading
The library will be closing at 4pm on Tuesday 23rd June 2015 for an Alumni event. The Library will reopen as usual from 8.30am on Wednesday 24th June 2015.
The Library will be closed on Tuesday 16th June to enable Library & Archives Service staff to attend the annual LAS Planning Day. Access to e-resources and online guidance will be available as usual via the LAS web pages at … Continue reading
In June 1915, the minutes of the London School of Tropical Medicine show that Dr H McCormick Hanschell was called up for service in the Navy and then embarked on a very interesting mission in East Africa. Hanschell was born … Continue reading