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Following RSTMH’s Annual General Meeting, which took place today in Liverpool, we are delighted to announce Professor Janet Hemingway as our new President.
At this year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), our now Past President, Professor Gail Davey, announced the four awardees of the 2021 President’s Fund.
Today, at the closing ceremony of ECTMIH 2021, RSTMH announced the winner of its photo competition in partnership with the Congress, entitled “Global Challenges in Health: Your stories from around the world”.
Today, in Geneva, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization and partners launched “Defeating Meningitis by 2030: A Global Roadmap”.
The Members Area is an online space where RSTMH members can go for bespoke content and resources related to the field of tropical medicine and global health.
Wellcome is the first partner to have agreed to support our Small Grants Programme over a period of several years.
RSTMH is delighted to announce increases in the impact factors for both our journals.
Today, following a 70-year effort, China has been awarded a malaria-free certification from WHO.
RSTMH is hugely concerned about the current devastating wave of COVID-19 that is sweeping across the African continent.
The International Health editorial team would like to highlight some areas of particular interest
Submit your images to the "Global Challenges in Health: Your stories from around the world" – a photo contest from RSTMH and ECTMIH 2021.
RSTMH is deeply concerned to learn of the UK government’s decision to significantly cut Official Development Assistance.
Professor Richard Carter, an RSTMH Life Fellow and winner of our Chalmers Medal, passed away after a short illness on 4 September 2021.
The full transcript of Professor Dame Sally Davies' keynote address at RSTMH's 2021 Annual Meeting on drug resistant infections.
We are all in the same storm, but we are not all in the same boat. COVID-19 has demonstrated that we live in an interconnected but unequal world. We are differentially positioned in terms of our vulnerabilities to the pandemic.