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To mark World Health Day 2021, RSTMH is reaffirming its commitment to global vaccine equity.
RSTMH is proud to have signed up to the WHO Vaccine Equity Declaration in support of COVAX to equitably distribute COVID-19 vaccines, treatments and diagnostics globally.
We're thrilled to announce Professor Rosanna Peeling as our latest RSTMH Honorary Fellow.
This year’s prize focused on the current coronavirus pandemic, with the theme being “COVID-19 in an inequitable world”.
RSTMH is delighted to announce a new three-year partnership with Sightsavers.
We've invited our Country Ambassadors to reflect on the COVID-19 response in their countries. Here we hear from our Country Ambassador in Ghana, Dr Yaw Asare Afrane.
Today, as the World Health Organization’s NTD road map launches, a huge step towards eliminating neglected tropical diseases has been taken.
We can now announce the winner of the Explaining AMR: Student Poster Prize 2020.
It is with great sadness that we learnt of the passing of Professor Adetokunbo Lucas, RSTMH Lifetime and Honorary Fellow.
Today, RSTMH published a special issue of our journal, Transactions: “Podoconiosis – cross-disciplinary research updates in the year of NTDs”.
The Soulsby Foundation is calling for applications for its 2021 One Health Fellowships.
We've invited our Country Ambassadors to talk about the response to COVID-19 in their country.
Mycetoma is an important disease that affects the poorest of communities, and which has, for a long time, received little scientific or clinical attention.
Nurses have always been on the frontline in managing cancer patients. They play an important role in cancer care delivery in all forms of treatment.
1.7 billion people worldwide live with NTDs. Diseases that deform bodies, blind and kill, disrupt children’s education, limit lifetime productivity; and ultimately traps families and communities in cycles of poverty that contribute to crippling economies.