Founded in 1899 the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine mission remains unchanged: to improve health and health equity in the UK and worldwide; working in partnership to achieve excellence in public and global health research, education and translation of knowledge into policy and practice.
Each year the scope of our work grows, work which is made possible by the generosity of supporters. Whether it is a donation of £5 or £500,000, the impact is felt across the School and further afield.
The dedicated support of our donors enables us to offer scholarships to the students in most need, embark on ambitious research projects and, to take on exciting collaborations with our partners.
Joining forces against dengue fever
We have joined forces with Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology and PT Astra International Tbk to collaborate through a new Centre of Excellence in the field of dengue research.
Inspiring new leaders in global health
Thanks to the support of donor Tony McClellan, our award-winning Young Scientists Programme is inspiring future global health leaders to improve health equity around the world.
Helena Vrbová scholarship
The Helena Vrbová Scholarship gives much needed financial support to at least one student a year, enabling them to undertake an international research project.
GSK gift establishes 30 new scholarships for students from sub-Saharan Africa
The GSK scholarships will support the next generation of global health leaders.
Research and travel grants
Research and travel grants help our MSc students embark on ambitious research projects, in laboratory facilities and out in the field.
Supporting the ME/CFS Biobank
The UK ME/CFS Biobank represents a new venture for LSHTM and the first disease-specific ME/CFS biobank in Europe.
American Friends of LSHTM
Jasmine Burton received a scholarship from the American Friends of LSHTM to help her pursue a career in public health.
In Their Own Voices - tackling FGM
In Their Own Voices is a pioneering project that explores the perspectives of women affected by FGM.