An event to launch our new strategy - registration open

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Date and time: 
Monday, 18 September 2017 - 11:00am to 4:45pm

RSTMH are delighted to be invited to Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton on Monday 18th September 2017 to launch our new strategy.  The event entitled An afternoon of global health with Resln and RSTMH will be opened by Prof Colin Grant, Vice-President of  Internationalisation.

Provisional schedule

3:15pm Internationalisation at Southampton, Professor Colin Grant, Vice-President (International), University of Southampton

3:25pm Strategy launch of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene - Tamar Ghosh, Chief Executive

3:50pm Mapping the landscape of global infectious disease research – Dr Michael Head, Senior Research Fellow, and Dr Rebecca Brown, Research Fellow, University of Southampton

4:30pm Discussion and questions


This event takes place in the Senate Room, 4th floor, building 37, Highfield campus of the University of Southampton.

More information about this event including registration can be found here.


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