Taking Science to Impact



To mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11th Feb), we are highlighting some of the amazing women at Swiss TPH on social media who are playing a key role in advancing science and health.

In this video they share their visions for the future generation of #WomenInScience.

World NTD Day 2021: Equity

NTDs are a threat to 1.7 billion people globally and are responsible for thousands of preventable deaths each year, perpetuating the cycle of poverty.

On the occasion of World NTD Day, we are proud to have joined the campaign to #EndtheNeglect and #BeatNTDs.

What we do at Swiss TPH


Improving Access to Schistosomiasis Treatment for Young Children

The Pediatric Praziquantel Consortium receives funding for the implementation of the ADOPT programme, which paves the way for the introduction of a child-friendly formulation to... More...


Young Researchers in Environmental Epidemiology Share Latest Findings

Swiss TPH and the European Chapter of the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) hosted a virtual symposium for young scientists in the field of environmental... More...


COVID-19 Test from Start to Finish: How Does it Work?

Testing for COVID-19 has rapidly scaled up in the past months, thanks to better availability of testing material and the introduction of new testing strategies. The Swiss TPH... More...