Centres, groups and projects
With research grant income of more than £180 million per year, LSHTM is home to a large number of exciting and impactful research activities. We have a global presence with staff conducting research in more than 100 countries and we are deeply committed to working in collaboration with external partners. We are also home to four designated World Health Organization Collaborating Centres.
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Developing surveillance and research in Eastern Ethiopia to improve maternal and child health.
Former football players are taking part in a major study to investigate effects of the sport on brain health.
We are a group of over 50 staff with internationally recognised expertise in a wide range of disciplines including health economics, policy analysis, public health, epidemiology and social science.
The Health Equity Action Lab is an international team of infectious disease epidemiologists and public health researchers dedicated to building a more just society.
High-impact research on health financing to improving health service delivery and equity in low and middle-income countries
Promoting research, education and knowledge translation to improve health and health equity in populations affected by humanitarian crises.
The Health Reform Evaluation Programme (HREP) is a recently completed programme of research to evaluate the English NHS reforms set out in the Department of Health publication Health Reform in England: update and next steps.
Presenting the health systems research being undertaken by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine as well as listing relevant teaching programmes, resources and events.
The overarching purpose of this award is to provide an intellectual and policy history of ‘health systems’ thinking.
Strengthening health systems through evidence-based and interdisciplinary research
Healthcare-Associated Infection (HAI) Interest Group aims to promote research and awareness on preventing and controlling infections in healthcare settings. Dedicated to improving healthcare patient, staff and visitor outcomes through interdisciplinary collaboration, implementation research, evidence-based practices and research dissemination.
The UNITAID/PSI HIV Self-Testing Africa (STAR) Project is a four-year initiative to catalyse the market for HIV self-testing.
Evaluating the impact of Peer Advocates on the use of health care for adults in London who are homeless.
This study aims to contribute to the development and implementation of a controlled human infection model for schistosomiasis that can be used to test innovative and early proof-of-concept candidate schistosomiasis vaccines.
Our facility is open to the whole scientific community to study the human malaria parasites and their relationship with mosquito vectors.