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08.07.2014 - 08:00

Health for all: Swiss TPH supports Albania's health sector reform

The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) has selected the Swiss Centre for International Health (SCIH) to prepare and implement the More...

03.07.2014 - 05:13

Fondue chinoise with chicken can lead to campylobacter infections

Meat fondue with chicken is one of the primary risk factors for a campylobacter infection in Switzerland in winter, a new study shows. At the end of More...

02.07.2014 - 09:23

Health project to reduce maternal and child mortality and morbidity in Chad

In the central African country Chad, women and children suffer from many diseases among which malaria or respiratory infections and diarrhoeal More...

01.07.2014 - 08:50

Interactive research: the PhD/MD-Gallery is online

The interactive website “the gallery” is now open to the public. It is accessible under: thegallery.swisstph.ch. The virtual Gallery focuses on the More...

26.06.2014 - 09:20

New Professorship in Infection Biology at the University of Basel and Swiss TPH

Pascal Mäser has been appointed as associate professor on June 25th, 2014. More...

03.06.2014 - 21:05

Souvenirs of the 70 year jubilee

Pictures, newspaper clips and TV emissions around the 70 year jubilee activities.

01.06.2014 - 18:15

New Malaria Vaccine is now being tested in Tanzanian volunteers in a phase 1 clinical trial

A phase 1 clinical trial of Sanaria® PfSPZ Vaccine against malaria started early this month with the immunization of three adult volunteers at the More...

20.05.2014 - 08:55

Ensuring high quality of medicines remains a challenge for Papua New Guinea

Most antimalarial and antibiotic drugs available from public health facilities in Papua New Guinea are of good quality. However, there were a few More...