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Swiss TPH News

24.05.2016 - 08:07

Christine Mensch wins a University of Basel “Teaching Excellence Award 2016“

Christine Mensch, study coordinator at Swiss TPH, has been awarded one of five “Teaching Excellence Awards” from the University of Basel. The prize More...

02.05.2016 - 14:20

Geschwister fördern das Bewegungsverhalten von Kindern

Kinder aus grösseren Familien bewegen sich mehr, ebenso solche mit sportlichen Eltern: Das sind zwei Erkenntnisse aus einer neuen Studie. Erstmals More...

24.04.2016 - 06:00

Bern – Capital of World Malaria Day

Swiss Parliamentarians and Swiss Malaria Group to sign Bern Malaria Declaration on the Federal Square on Monday 25 April 2016.

20.04.2016 - 20:23

Marcel Tanner honored with the 'Bebby Bryys 2016'

For his tireless and exemplary efforts for Swiss TPH, former director Marcel Tanner has been honored with this years Bebby Bryys. This prize is More...

14.03.2016 - 10:43

Swiss TB Award for Mireia Coscolla Devis

The Swiss Foundation for Tuberculosis Research confers the Swiss TB Award 2016 to Swiss TPH researcher Mireia Coscolla for her new insights on the More...

04.03.2016 - 14:33

Urban Farmers in Kampala, Uganda, threatened by Intestinal Parasite infections due to severe Wastewater Problems

In areas that undergo rapid urbanization in low-income countries the safe management of wastewater and fecal sludge is vital to ensure the health of More...

11.02.2016 - 17:58

Campylobacter sind die neuen Salmonellen

Campylobacter-Infektionen sind die häufigsten durch den Verzehr kontaminierter Lebensmittel hervorgerufenen Erkrankungen in der Schweiz. Die Zahl More...

03.02.2016 - 11:14

Weltenreise 2016: Infiziert! Viren, Bakterien und Parasiten.

Pascal Mäser und Sébastien Gagneux are invited speakers of this years 'Weltenreise' presented by the University of Basel.

28.01.2016 - 09:59

Early life factors can affect lung aging

Maternal smoking, early respiratory infections or season of birth are associated with a faster decline in lung function.More...