As you will know, for the last few months we’ve been conducting a survey into membership of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (RSTMH).
This photography exhibition by Pearl Gan is in association with Eijkman Oxford Clinical Research Unit and the Wellcome Trust and runs from 2-29 Sept 2017 at the National Library Singapore.
Just under 100 people attended our annual Research In Progress meeting, at the end of 2016.
We were delighted that Professor Alan Fenwick OBE delivered the Christmas Manson lecture at our Research in Progress meeting on the 14th December last year.
2016 was an exciting year for RSTMH in many ways, and also a turning point when we said goodbye in July to the Society’s first CEO, Gerri McHugh.
‘Health is global’ It is with this powerful statement that Professor Dame Sally C. Davies, Chief Medical Officer, opens her foreword to the report In Our Mutual Interest, recently published by the Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET), the global health organisation I have the honour to work for.
To support World Diabetes Day, a global campaign led by the International Diabetes Federation, we have made three of our diabetes papers from Transacti
Cambridge and swimming
The Trustees and staff of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene are saddened to learn that Professor Stephen Lawn died on the 23 September 2016.
RSTMH is seeking three Fellows to join its Board of Trustees for a three-year term from September 2016.
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