Tag Archives: mosquitoes

British Mosquito Control Institute on Hayling Island.

By Mia Annesen-Wood Although having recently discovered National Insect Week happens rather disappointingly once every two years, I would still like to bring awareness to National Insect Week (at least for next year anyway). I have done some research using … Continue reading

Work Experience in LSHTM Library and Archives

By Mia Annesen-Wood Firstly, I would just like to thank the whole LSHTM Library and Archives team for being so welcoming and friendly. It has been a wonderful experience to both observe and play a small role in the work … Continue reading

Love Bites

Julie and Carlos Chaccour are two alumni who fell in love while at the School.  Julie tells us how signing up for a randomised trial led to more than just a mosquito bite… “I was doing my MSc in Immunology of … Continue reading

Tribute to Sir Ronald Ross

Sir Ronald Ross, a leading pioneer in Tropical Medicine, and all round talented man, died on this day in 1932.   “Sir Ronald Ross was born in India in 1857 to a Scottish Army Officer and his wife. He was … Continue reading