28.09.2022

Catalysing One Health with Swiss Diplomacy

Co-authored by over 30 international experts, a new policy brief has been published which recommends leveraging Switzerland’s scientific and diplomatic role in One Health. The… More...

19.09.2022

Autumn Semester Starts for Students at Swiss TPH

Today marks the start of the new autumn semester at Swiss TPH. Swiss TPH warmly welcomes the new students to our Bachelor, Master and PhD programmes as well as to our postgraduate… More...

16.09.2022

Science Publication: SARS-CoV-2 Genomic Surveillance in Africa

A new study in Science shows how the rapid expansion of genomic surveillance in Africa allowed the continent to describe the introduction and spread of SARS-CoV-2 variants in… More...

06.09.2022

Children Not Less Active During COVID 19 Pandemic

The SOPHYA study of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) investigated the physical activity and sports behaviour of children and adolescents throughout… More...

24.08.2022

A Narrowing Window for Change: Experts Call for Global Climate Action

Climate change is an imminent threat to human health and well-being and to our planet. Urgent action is needed in order to reduce climate risks and secure a liveable future. To… More...

18.08.2022

Consultation for Improved Pandemic Preparedness in Switzerland

Swiss TPH brought together stakeholders from Switzerland and neighbouring countries to discuss the role of science and politics to enhance preparedness and response to future… More...

26.07.2022

Digital Tool Improves Quality of Care for Children

Digital tools are critical to improve the care for sick children, particularly in resource-constrained settings. In a new study, Swiss TPH and partners were able to show the… More...

29.06.2022

Nicole Probst-Hensch Wins Science Award of the City of Basel

Nicole Probst-Hensch, Head of the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at Swiss TPH, has been awarded this year's Science Award by the City of Basel. She received this… More...

14.06.2022

When Distancing Rules are Futile

Researchers from ETH Zurich and the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) have created a risk map showing which regions in Africa may see a faster spread of… More...