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The road to eliminating lymphatic filariasis by 2020

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

By Hayley Mableson, CNTD Country Programme Manager (Bangladesh and Tanzania) 

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Asian lineage of Zika virus confirmed in a microcephaly case from Angola

Thursday, 9 August 2018

A case of a newborn with microcephaly and other characteristic abnormalities associated with congenital Zika virus syndrome was linked by laboratory tests (a positive nucleic acid test) to Zika virus (Asian lineage) infection for the first time in Angola.

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Exclusive use of our office space for RSTMH members

Monday, 6 August 2018

We are now offering our meeting and office facilities for our members and partners to use.

As a charity, we are making these available to our friends for a suggested donation.

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Flare-up of Ebola after initial infection highlights need for surveillance

Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Transmissions from latent Ebola virus infections are rare, but findings published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases highlight the importance of close surveillance once countries are de

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RSTMH announces small grant awardees 2018

Monday, 9 July 2018

We can finally announce our small grant awardees for this year. It’s such a great feeling to award funding to worthy research projects, especially knowing that many of the awardees would not have been able to find grants of a similar size and scope anywhere else.

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Increase in impact factor for both RSTMH journals

Friday, 6 July 2018

With the latest impact factors having just been released, we’re delighted to announce that both our journals increased their impact factor from last year.

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Building collaborative momentum to fight snakebite

Thursday, 28 June 2018

We recently returned from one of the first global gatherings about snakebite, in Leiden, Netherlands.

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Snakebite: From science to society

Thursday, 14 June 2018

One of our thematic priorities is the niche part of neglected tropical diseases where overlaps and intersections with other health and wider circumstances hinder progress in global health.



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