FULL-TIME: 1 year - Accepting Applications for programme starting September 2014
Clearing Places available this year if you can join us before 20 September 2013.
Programme Contact: Registry, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Studies: Dr Ralf Weigel
The programme focuses on the diagnosis, management and control of the most prevalent diseases in developing countries, with particular reference to high burden diseases such as tuberculosis, HIV, malaria, respiratory infections and diarrhoea. Emphasis is also given to the development of research skills applicable to a wide range of problems in clinical and epidemiological settings. Participants complete a short project, which can include a 2 month period of applied research in an overseas location.
The curriculum has been designed to take account of current national and international priorities and policies in the field of tropical and infectious diseases. It aims to:
Partial Scholarships available - scholarship information sent out after reaching "Conditional Offer" stage in the applications process. For further details on scholarships, please visit the scholarships page - /learning--teaching/applying-to-lstm/scholarships/
Many alumni of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine hold prominent positions in health ministries, universities, hospitals and international organisations throughout the world. Graduates are competitively placed to begin PhD programmes, seek employment as research assistants, work in developing countries with a wide variety of employers, or return to previous employers with enhanced knowledge and skills with which to advance their existing careers. The programme provides a wide range of skills and training for doctors planning academic and clinical careers in the tropics. It is an excellent qualification for doctors who wish to work in the field of health research in either a clinical or community context as well as with international organisations specialising in health assistance-related activities.