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LSHTM’s research ranked number 1 for impact by UK funders
MRC/UVRI and LSHTM Uganda Research Unit unveils new facility to research infectious and non-communicable diseases
New study shows that women who accessed abortion during pandemic overwhelmingly support at-home abortion
£1.5m funding boost for at-home cervical cancer testing for older women
Invasive Group B Strep in early infancy associated with higher risk of neurodevelopmental impairment in later life
£1.9m funding to advance understanding of links between chronic infections and non-communicable diseases
Few UK online sexually transmitted infection test services meet national standards
Funding boost for Friendship Bench scheme to improve people’s mental health
Nearly all of secondary school pupils estimated to have antibodies against Covid
Nearly all of secondary school pupils estimate to have antibodies against Covid
Messaging from UK meat industry is undermining evidence on environmental and health impacts of red and processed meat
Community-based interventions to prevent violence against women and girls are cost-effective and could improve population health
Street lighting may help rather than hinder vehicle crime
No flight, no bite – ‘Mosquito grounding’ bed net nearly halves malaria infection in Tanzanian children
New cryptococcal meningitis treatment as good as current care with far fewer serious side effects
“You cannot rectify what you cannot identify” – International Women’s Day 2022
“You cannot rectify what you cannot identify” – International Women’s Day
Covid restrictions linked to nearly 750,000 fewer dengue cases in 2020
Brazilian babies born with Zika virus syndrome at greater risk of death
Sir Andy Haines awarded 2022 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement
US Stand Your Ground laws linked to 700 additional homicides every year
‘Going virtual’ sees international conference cut carbon emissions by 425 tons and boost LMIC attendance
Analysis of 20-year study finds malaria control in young children saves lives into adulthood
School survey shows over half of primary school parents likely to agree to their child being vaccinated
Hospitalisation for Covid linked to greater risk of later readmission or death
Covid multiplies risk of death by similar amount for most adults in UK
Covid awareness and preparedness among healthcare workers worldwide
Specific components of air pollution identified as more harmful than others
West African nations need to ramp up Covid vaccination 10-fold
Modelling potential impact of Omicron in England
New link between malaria parasites and sickle haemoglobin identified
European governments struggled to manage pandemic well, finds 3-country study
£2m project to improve access to healthcare for people with disabilities in Uganda
£10 million funding boost for social care research
Genetic study suggests syphilis is back – and it’s global
LSHTM awarded Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Covid response
LSHTM partners with YouTube and Klick Health to help combat vaccine misinformation
African and UK institutions team up to train next generation of global health leaders
Plant-based alternative food consumption may have doubled in UK over ten years suggests first analysis of its kind
Stark racial and social inequalities in pregnancy outcomes in over million births
Childhood asthma rates stable in Western countries but increasing in lower-middle income countries
Global study shows cutting carbon emissions and air pollution
LSHTM receives £3m funding to transform global pandemic response
New short, effective and safe treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis
Laser treatment could significantly improve glaucoma care in Africa, potentially at no extra cost
Vaccine decision marks historic moment in malaria control
Historic day for malaria – reaction to WHO decision on RTS,S vaccine
LSHTM joins WHO to call for urgent action on meningitis