Swiss TPH Symposium

Molecular research approaches are instrumental in deepening our understanding of how pathogens cause infection, survive and multiply within their hosts, or spread among their host population. The one-day symposium pays tribute to the outstanding scientific achievements and passionate work of Prof. Ingrid Felger and Prof. Hans-Peter Beck, both Swiss TPH, over the past 25 years.

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African Contributions to Global Health

On 19 March, the University of Basel, SwissTPH, EPFL and SNSF will be hosting an international conference in Basel on "African Contributions to Global Health", with Dr. Mwelecele Ntuli Malecela from the World Health Organization (WHO) as the keynote speaker.

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Consultancy and Project Implementation at Swiss TPH

Swiss TPH provides policy, strategic and operational advice as well as project design and management in the area of public and global health. Made up of multi-disciplinary teams in Switzerland and in over 40 countries, Swiss TPH builds on its strong synergies across research, education and services to improve the health and well-being of communities worldwide.

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#WomenInScience

Know, Believe in and Follow Your Talents!

 

On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Swiss TPH employees shared their vision for the next generation of #WomenInScience.

How Can We Address Societal Challenges with Research?

Discover the methods and tools of transdisciplinary research in this free online course starting on 30 March 2020. Learn from the experiences of peers and experts and join them on a journey through the main phases and steps of interdisciplinary research projects.

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Die Spritze der Hoffnung - Durchbruch bei Malaria Forschung

In Afrika läuft die weltweit erste Impfkampagne gegen Malaria. In Ghana, Malawi und Kenia werden bis 2022 gegen zwei Millionen Kleinkinder mit dem Vakzin RTS’S geimpft. Das Schweizer Fernsehsendung "Einstein" hat die Entwicklung des Impfstoffs während 13 Jahren begleitet.

MalariaX: Defeating Malaria from the Genes to the Globe

The self-paced course is now available for free, online and worldwide!

Created by IS Global Harvard University and Swiss TPH, this course explores cutting-edge science and technology, and examines policies needed to control and eliminate malaria. Enroll today!

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Introducing Swiss TPH - Excellence in Global Health

 

Over 800 people from more than 70 nations work at Swiss TPH focusing on infectious and non-communicable diseases, environment, society and health as well as health systems and interventions. They all share the mission to improve population health globally.

11.02.2020

We Simply Cannot Miss out on 50% of the Talent Worldwide

On the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Nicole Probst-Hensch, Head of the Department Epidemiology and Public Health at Swiss TPH, talks about her vision for more... More...

06.02.2020

Neue Erkenntnisse zum Immunsystem bei Kindern könnte Impfstoffwirksamkeit verbessern

Kinder in Ländern mit niedrigen und mittleren Einkommen sind am stärksten auf Impfschutz angewiesen, da Infektionskrankheiten in diesen Ländern häufiger auftreten. Die Impfstoffe... More...

30.01.2020

Research & Development for Parasitic Worm Infections Lags Behind

Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are a group of mainly chronic infectious diseases that affect more than a billion people in tropical and subtropical countries. On the occasion... More...

09.03.2020 17:15 to 18:00

Using real-life audio data to assess everyday activities and social environment in healthy aging research

Lecturer: Minxia Luo (University of Zürich)
Location: Swiss TPH, Kilimanjaro
Event category: Advances in Infection Biology, Epidemiology and Global Public Health

12.03.2020 13:15 to 14:00

Digital and open source Surveillance Outbreak Response Management and Analysis System (SORMAS)

Lecturer: Professor Gérard Krause, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Braunschweig, Germany
Location: Swiss TPH, Alpamayo
Event category: Swiss TPH Seminars