Taking Science to Impact

Online Workshop on Interventions to Reduce Pesticide Exposure

Join our free online workshop on 15-17 November 2021 to discuss recent research about interventions to reduce pesticide exposure from agriculture sector in Africa, including studies like APSENT and many more.

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DNDi Project of the Year

On 6 October, DNDi announced the Acoziborole project as project of the year in clinical research. Acoziborole is a single-dose oral treatment for sleeping sickness caused by T.b. gambiense. We are thrilled to be part of this project that could be a true game-changer to support the sustainable elimination of the disease.

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COVID-19 Vaccination


As the official COVID-19 vaccination centre of the canton of Basel-Stadt, we offer vaccination with Moderna (Spikevax) and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson).

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20.10.2021

TB-PRACTECAL: Clinical Trial Yields Promising Results for Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis Treatment

TB-PRACTECAL, a clinical trial led by Médecins Sans Frontières with partners including Swiss TPH, has found that a new all-oral treatment regimen for rifampicin-resistant... More...

14.10.2021

From Farms to Families: A New Swiss Partnership Aims to Improve Urban Diets

In partnership, the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) with Sight and Life, ETH Zürich and the Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture have launched the... More...

07.10.2021

First Malaria Vaccine Recommended for Children by the WHO

Yesterday, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended the widespread use of the malaria vaccine RTS,S/AS01, debuting a tool that could save the lives of tens of thousands of... More...

25.10.2021 17:15 to 18:00

[ONLINE] Towards better understanding of neglected filarial nematodes using molecular tools in West Africa

Lecturer: Aya Charlene Yoboue
Location: Zoom
Event category: Advances in Infection Biology, Epidemiology and Global Public Health

01.11.2021 17:15 to 18:00

[ONLINE] The CDC light trap and the human decoy trap (HDT) compared to the human landing catch (HLC) for measuring Anopheles biting in rural Tanzania

Lecturer: Isaac Namango
Location: Zoom
Event category: Advances in Infection Biology, Epidemiology and Global Public Health