Careers and roles in tropical medicine and global health

Highlighting the latest job and volunteer opportunities in the sectors of tropical medicine and global health. 

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Associate Editor, International Health

We are looking for Associate Editors for International Health

To apply to be an Associate Editor, please send a brief version of your CV, a short paragraph summarising your areas of expertise and a brief account of why you want to take up this position (maximum of 250 words) to Tamar Ghosh, tamar.ghosh@rstmh.org

Accountable to: Editor-in-Chief and RSTMH Managing Editor

Appointment: two-year term, renewable for maximum of six years

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Editorial Advisor, Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

We are looking for Editorial Advisors for Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

To apply to be an Editorial Adviser, please send a brief version of your CV, a short paragraph summarising your areas of expertise and a brief account of why you want to take up this position (maximum of 250 words) to Tamar Ghosh, tamar.ghosh@rstmh.org

Accountable to: RSTMH and the journal’s Editor-in-Chief

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Associate Editor, Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

We are looking for Associate Editors for Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

To apply to be an Associate Editor, please send a brief version of your CV, a short paragraph summarising your areas of expertise and a brief account of why you want to take up this position (maximum of 250 words) to Tamar Ghosh, tamar.ghosh@rstmh.org

Accountable to: Editor-in-Chief and RSTMH Managing Editor

Appointment: two-year term, renewable for maximum of six years

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Global Assessors, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

Join a new group of experts who will help shape the careers of researchers and professionals in tropical medicine and global health. 

This group of Global Assessors will be responsible for assessing applications to our small grants programme and abstract entries for our national and international meetings and events. 

Experience needed

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Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

In today’s constantly changing environment, we face continued challenges in health including pandemics such as the recent Ebola and Zika crises, chronic disease and antimicrobial resistance.

These threats continually remind us of the crucial need for strong, dynamic and resilient leadership in global health.

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is committed to addressing this need through the Executive Programme for Global Health Leadership.

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