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For Women and Girls in Science Day we asked women RSTMH members about their careers in tropical medicine and what advice they would give to their younger selves – and other female scientists - just starting out in the field.
What causes a million deaths a year? Now, there’s a question. And noting the wide confidence intervals that surround mortality estimates, there would be a few options open to you as answers. Tuberculosis would be a reasonable response, as would AIDS. You’d be way out if you suggested malaria or diarrhoea, despite the significant health burdens they still pose.
A captivating schistomiaisis board game for school children living in endemic communities.
A rapidly developing outbreak.
Dr Malecela's visit to The Leprosy Mission Trust India [TLMTI] Hospital
As we start 2020, we can look forward to an important and exciting year.
Looking back at what has been an incredible year for RSTMH.
Child marriage in Bangladesh and why it matters for child health
A great reflection of the current and future appetite for collaboration to tackle NTDs across the African continent.
From success to disaster within a century. During the second half of the 20th century, Venezuela became an example of how tropical countries could efficiently fight malaria and reduce the burden the disease represented for their development.
Emerging gaps and challenges in delivering care to people living with HIV in Bihar, India
From trapping butterflies as a child to research into sleeping sickness vectors.