Summer Symposium 2018

Clinical Research in Resource Limited Settings - Mission Impossible or Role Model for Future Drug Development?

Basel, 28 June 2018

The Swiss TPH Summer Symposium 2018 invites clinical researchers, drug development specialists and students to review and discuss future approaches to drug development.

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MBA in International Health Management

Do you want to become a part of a new generation of leaders in global health?

Swiss TPH’s part-time MBA in International Health Management trains future leaders and managers who want to work in multicultural and transdisciplinary settings.

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Annual Report 2017

Improving people’s health internationally and nationally through excellence in research, teaching  and training, and services.

Swiss TPH effectively pursues this mandate day after day and produces measurable results, outputs and impact.

It is our pleasure to present the Swiss TPH Annual Report 2017.

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Health Care and Management: From Research to Implementation

Do you want to launch a career in international public health?

The Health Care and Management (HCM) course provides participants with the core competencies for understanding and reacting to health challenges at a world-leading institute in global health.

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HIV Testing at Home

Home-based HIV testing and prompt treatment with antiretroviral therapy increases the number of patients under treatment as well as treatment success.

This is the key result of a clinical trial in Lesotho carried out by the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, in collaboration with SolidarMed and the Government of Lesotho.

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24 March is World TB Day

Swiss TPH commemorates World TB Day on 24 March. We actively support the fight against tuberculosis, from basic research to implementation at health systems level.

For his research on  the mechanics of combination therapy against TB, Andrej Trauner, scientist at Swiss TPH, receives this year's Swiss TB Award.

Photo: Thomas Schuppisser / Swiss TPH

Swiss TB Award 2018

New Understanding of Parasite Biology

Researchers at Swiss TPH made an important step toward deeper understanding of how malaria blood stage parasites turn the switch to become transmissible to other humans. The results were published on Friday 16 March 2018 in the multidisciplinary journal Science.

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28 January is World Leprosy Day

Leading leprosy organisations have joined forces to launch a Global Partnership for Zero Leprosy to accelerate progress towards a world without this neglected tropical disease.

Swiss TPH was involved in the creation of the partnership, representing the scientific community.

Photo: A. Kumar / Novartis Foundation

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27.06 14:15 to 15:00

Publishing in Nature Research Journals

Lecturer: Dr Ripudaman Bains, Team Manager of the Microbiology and Immunology Editorial Team at Nature Communications
Location: Swiss TPH, Matterhorn
Event category: Swiss TPH Seminars

04.07 11:15 to 12:00

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Europe: outbreak investigation and public health actions

Lecturer: Dr Astrid Knoblauch Global Health Institute, Stony Brook University, Unité d’Épidémiologie, Institut Pasteur de Madagascar & Dr Peter Helbling, Federal Office of Public Health, Switzerland
Location: Swiss TPH, Kilimanjaro
Event category: Swiss TPH Seminars

21.06.2018 - 13:56:31

Claudia Daubenberger Appointed Professor at the University of Basel

The University of Basel appointed Claudia Daubenberger, Head of Clinical Immunology at Swiss TPH, as professor of Infection Biology and Immunology within the Faculty of Science. More...

15.06.2018 - 14:55:09

Young Innovators Tackle Sustainable Development Goals

Anne Christine Heerdegen, PhD Candidate at Swiss TPH, was selected to attend the 2018 UNLEASH Innovation Lab in Singapore. 1,000 creative individuals from around the globe came... More...

06.06.2018 - 09:00:00

Mit dem trinationalen Interreg-Projekt TIGER gemeinsam gegen die Asiatische Tigermücke am Oberrhein

Die Asiatische Tigermücke konnte sich in den vergangenen Jahren an mehreren Orten in der Oberrheinregion etablieren. Das im Juni 2018 startende trinationale Projekt TIGER möchte... More...

29.05.2018 - 17:27:31

Boosting Expertise of Bioinformatics in South Africa

Swiss TPH together with the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics and the University of Basel’s Centre for Scientific Computing (sciCORE) joined forces to create a flexible virtual... More...