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Tamar Ghosh: Looking at the next five years for RSTMH
As we look ahead to our next five-year strategy for the years 23-28, RSTMH’s Chief Executive Tamar Ghosh has written a blog which gives an overview of the conversations and work that has begun around the development of the next phase of RSTMH.
Monkeypox: the latest public health emergency of international concern
Professor Jimmy Whitworth, Emeritus Professor of International Public Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and RSTMH Trustee, gives an overview of the monkeypox epidemic, including current cases, symptoms and the public health response.
Transactions: Volume 116, Issue 8, August 2022
Founded in 1908, Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene is our flagship journal. Take a look at the articles features in volume 116, issue 8.
Transactions: Volume 116, Issue 7, July 2022
Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene is our flagship journal, founded in 1908. Take a look at the articles features in the latest issue.
The volatile mixture in Sudan: Climate change, social injustice, scorpions and gold mining
RSTMH Country Ambassador for Sudan, Dr Rania Mohamed Hassan Baleela, describes the current situation in Sudan, which has seen a significant increase in numbers of scorpions. She explains the devastating impact this has caused.
Round-up: 2022 Early Career Grants Programme applications
Tamar Ghosh, Chief Executive of RSTMH, provides a breakdown of the applications to this year's Early Career Grants programme - another record breaking year for applications.
Japanese encephalitis in Australia now and forever?
Dr John Aaskov, RSTMH Country Ambassador for Australia, looks at the outbreak of Japanese encephalitis in Australia, including the ‘great unknowns’ of the virus and current vaccinations.
World Malaria Day: Article Collection
Today is World Malaria Day which shines a spotlight on malaria and the innovation and investment needed to combat it. To mark this year’s World Malaria Day, we have put together a collection of papers from Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene and International Health.
World Malaria Day: Early Career Grant research into malaria
Ahead of World Malaria Day on Monday 25 April, we have spoken to a number of our Early Career Grant awardees about why they chose to focus on the disease in their Early Career Grant research, and how the grant funding impacted their research careers.
World Chagas Disease Day: Article Collection
Today is World Chagas Disease Day which shines a spotlight on Chagas disease and the suffering it causes. To mark this year’s World Chagas Disease Day, we have put together a collection of papers from Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene and International Health.
World Chagas Disease Day: Early Career Grant research into Chagas disease
Today is World Chagas Disease Day. We spoke to one of our Early Career Grant awardees about why she chose to focus on the disease in her research.