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Ilan Kelman 19h
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Dr Sonja Ayeb-Karlsson 19h
'When we were we had dreams of what we would become, but our land suddenly went into the river due to the erosion and we had to come to Dhaka to survive' New article out on the links between and -induced :
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UCL News 19h
Prof Dame Anne Johnson and Sir Paul Nurse speak to about the new 90 minute Covid-19 test, and explain that this is part of a system that must work together to succeed. Listen: (from 2 hrs 10 mins 41 secs)
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Rebecca Irons, PhD 20h
New article on the blog, might be of interest to those working in global health
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Ilan Kelman Aug 1
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Ilan Kelman Aug 2
Two opportunities starting in Sep. 2020 : (1) Responsive (2) . Deadline 14 Aug. Project details, funding details, and application instructions are at
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UCL & the UN Sustainable Development Goals Jul 24
Are you making the world a better place? 🌎 wants to know how your research, teaching or other activities are helping to meet the targets set out in the ’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (). Fill out our quick online form here:
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Centre for Gender & Global Health Jul 31
"This disease is attacking all of humanity, though not equally, and we need to understand the different experiences of different populations" Great to see Melinda Gates promote the importance of sex-disaggregated COVID-19 data.
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Alexis Palfreyman Jul 30
More opportunities to join our team! Full-time survey data collectors needed (Galle- & Colombo-based in this round). Request job description at NIHR.Sri.Lanka@gmail.com with
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Ilan Kelman Jul 29
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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh Jul 28
With sincere thanks to the team for bringing this beautifully produced 529-page, 32-chapter (33 if you count my intro!) book into the world during such testing times. Free to download at & available in paperback for only £30
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UCL IRDR Jul 30
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UK-Reach Study Jul 29
Today we launch , a multi-centre study investigating risks for healthcare staff, funded by /. Read the full story here:
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Lu Gram Jul 28
Hate crimes against E/SE Asians have tripled We have been attacked, verbally abused, and had our homes defaced because of our skin We are raising money to start the first UK organization dedicated to addressing the racism we face Please support us🙏
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Ibrahim Abubakar Jul 29
Really proud of and . Congratulations in securing these multi-million pound grants to investigate ethnicity and COVID-19! UK studies exploring Covid-19 links with ethnicity awarded £4m
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Lu Gram Jul 28
Proud to have spoken to Yahoo News UK about issues of racism and xenophobia facing East and Southeast Asian communities during current times of coronavirus.
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Centre for Gender & Global Health Jul 27
Last chance to apply to join the collective & work on the 2021 report
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Anna Purdie Jul 27
Replying to @Anna_Purdie
As Boris Johnson and the gov begin a renewed drive to tackle obesity, how can they instead frame more effective, wide-ranging measures to promote healthier environments as expansive possibilities rather than 'nannying' restrictions to freedom? 👉
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UCL Global Health Jul 27
Live broadcasts of exciting research talks in and from across Tues/Weds this week 👇
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UCL Alumni Jul 24
"Populations will not be sustained at current levels without a more liberal immigration approach." More migration could mitigate future work-force shortages in countries including the UK, China and Germany, according to ()
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