Monthly Archives: April 2016

Conflicts of Interest in Public Health & Research Examined in School Symposium

By Ángela Carriedo & Adrian Paul Rabe 13 April 2016, 19:30; Keppel St – A symposium on conflicts of interest was held at the John Snow Lecture Theatre of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. The event, entitled “Conflicts of … Continue reading

CEHC Research Fellow Nyawira Mwangi leads public engagement day

Consortium Research Fellow Nyawira Mwangi recently co-ordinated a public engagement day on the theme of “Beat Diabetes”. The activity was held at the Kenya Medical Training College on the 7th April 2016, and was linked to her PhD research on diabetic retinopathy. The event … Continue reading

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BLOG: Co-production is vital so research addresses councils’ requirements in this tough financial climate

Existing research must be distilled and targeted for councils, who should become expert clients and tell universities what they need, argues David Pye    “We need a better focus on the three ‘C’s – co-production of new research, curation of … Continue reading

A lifetime of books

[gview file=””]A lifetime of books Reaching one’s seventieth birthday, it is natural to look back over a lifetime of experiences. An interesting feature of which is the link to libraries, library services and books in general. Entering my eighth decade, … Continue reading

Alumni Profile: Dr. Norio Ohmagari, MSc, PhD

This week’s Alumni Profile features, Dr. Norio Ohmagari, MSc, PhD, who graduated from the School in 2013 with a MSc in Infectious Diseases. Norio now works as the Director of Disease Control and Prevention at the National Center for Global Health and Medicine Hospital in Japan. Why … Continue reading

Images of the School’s alumni community around the world

The 2016 Alumni Photography competition received over 60 entries. The quality of entries was extremely high and the fantastic images reflected the diversity of the School’s alumni community around the world. MSc Tropical Medicine and International Health alumnus Dr Mark … Continue reading

16 – 22 April 2016

The Telegraph covers research co-authored by Bianca DeStavola showing that the school a girl attends can affect her chance of being diagnosed with an eating disorder. Further coverage is in The Times, Daily Mail, ITV News, LBC Radio, NHS Choices and Oxford Mail. Press Association report the story, … Continue reading