Author Archives: sbnash

The dreaded exams…

One element of being a student which I haven’t yet mentioned is the one which often causes most dread, especially among mature students: exams. Now, it’s been sixteen years since I last faced a formal examination, so I guess it’s … Continue reading

It’s all about the summer project

After the exams, my life suddenly changes. No longer do I have a strict routine of classes and revision. There is no need to go into school each day, even if I, like lots of other students, find a reason. … Continue reading

Life at the London School of Hygiene – Staff and students

Today I want to write about two of my favourite things about LSHTM: the students, and the staff. One of the aspects of the School I have most enjoyed is meeting such a diverse, intelligent and enthusiastic collection of students. … Continue reading

Stephen Nash

Hello. My name is Stephen, and I’m six months into a masters in Medical Statistics here at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Over the next few months I’m going to be writing about my experience at the … Continue reading