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“Implementing the Option B+ PMTCT Guidelines in the Kilimanjaro Region”: symposium organised by PSG’s new SHAPE project

On 26th May, 2017, the SHAPE project (see below for details) is co-organsing a scientific symposium in partnership with Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) and the Global health institute, Duke. The meeting will take place in Moshi, Tanzania.  The symposium entitled “Implementing the Option B+ PMTCT Guidelines in the…

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Upcoming Evolutionary Demography Seminars

The Evolutionary Demography Group hosts monthly seminars at The LSHTM at Keppel Street.

The next seminars will be:

Tuesday 16 May 2017, 5:30-6:30pm

Evolutionary perspectives on maternal investment – from conception (or not) onward

Sarah Myers, University of Kent

Manson Lecture Theatre, LSHTM, Keppel Street, London WC1E 7HT…

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‘Menopause, culture and health’ seminar co-organised by PSG and LSE

Rebecca Sear, of PSG, and Tiziana Leone, LSE, are co-organising a one-day British Society for Population Studies meeting on ‘Menopause, culture and health’; Wednesday 24 May, at LSE. The meeting is free but registration is required. More details, including how to register and preliminary programme, available here…

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Webinar on PhD funding opportunities and the application process

Professor Andy Tolmie, UBEL DTP Director, will host a webinar next Thursday where he will be discussing the DTP’s PhD funding opportunities and the application process. This will be followed by a live Q&A session.

This is a great opportunity to hear about the application process and…

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Evolutionary Demography Seminar: Oct 31

The Evolutionary Demography Group is pleased to welcome Dr. Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington (LSE) who will be speaking on “Decision-making in contexts of poverty: Toward a ‘psychological shift’ model” on October 31 at 17:15 at LSHTM. All are welcome!



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Upcoming PSG seminars

Thursday October 13th at 1-00 pm LSHTM LG4 Tavistock Place

Dr. Alison Wringe from LSHTM will be presenting on “Appointment spacing for clinically stable patients on antiretroviral therapy: Patient outcomes from a cohort study within an MSF supported programme in Chiradzulu District, Malawi.”

Alison Wringe’s research has focused…

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