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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.
In a landmark moment for the neglected tropical disease community, a new road map for NTDs was endorsed this week at the Seventy-third World Health Assembly.
We are delighted to announce the third year of our partnership with Students for Global Health.
It is with deep sadness that RSTMH has learned of the death of Malcolm Guy, parasitologist, RSTMH Fellow and past Council member.
We’re pleased to announce a new partnership between RSTMH and Africa Research Excellence Fund (AREF).
RSTMH hosted our first fully virtual Annual Meeting, covering the theme of emerging diseases and outbreaks.
RSTMH President Gail Davey’s first address, delivered at the 2020 RSTMH AGM in September, focused on podoconiosis and the importance of diversity and decolonisation of tropical medicine.
We’ve invited our Country Ambassadors to reflect on their country’s COVID-19 response. Let’s hear from Professor Gretchen Birbeck, our Country Ambassador for Zambia.
World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) is taking place this year from 18 to the 24 November 2022. To mark WAAW, we have compiled this collection of recent articles on antimicrobial resistance.
A few weeks ago we delivered our Annual Meeting in Liverpool, which this year focused on topical issues in malaria and in resistance. RSTMH Chief Executive Tamar Ghosh highlights some of the key discussions and themes, as well as the other activities which took place.
Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene was founded in 1908. Take a look at the articles featured in Volume 116, Issue 11.