Previous Seminars


Date/TimeDetailsLocation
14/10/2016
12:45-13:45
Human Rights, Civic Empowerment and Minority Communities: Advocating for Better Healthcare in Malaysia
Presenter: Yusralhakim (independent activist)
Manson theatre, Keppel St
26/08/2016
12:00-14:00
Health in Humanitarian Crises MSc student summer project showcase
Presenters: Katie McClain, Jessica Petz, Adrian Rabe, Abubakr Bakri, Rebekah Hayes (LSHTM)
Globe room, Keppel St
11/07/2016
12:45-13:45
Cholera vaccination in humanitarian crises: the socio-politics of vaccine decision-making among internally displaced persons in South Sudan
Presenter: Dorothy Peprah (LSHTM)
LG9, Keppel St
29/06/2016
17:30-19:30
EmpowerHack Health LDN: Building e-health solutions for a mobile population
Presenter: Charlotte Seeley-Musgrave & Isha Berry (EmpowerHack & LSHTM)
Manson theatre, Keppel St
07/04/2016
17:30-19:30
Are humanitarian responses inclusive of people with disabilities?
Presenter: David Alexander, Maria Kett & Bayard Roberts (UCL & LSHTM)
Manson theatre, Keppel St
15/03/2016
12:45-1:45
Global health advocacy: demanding clean-up of war contamination
Presenter: Mozhgan Savabieasfahani (Independent researcher)
LG4, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
27/01/2016
18:00-19:00
Extreme measures: Health in Iraq today
Presenter: Fabio Forgione (Médecins Sans Frontières)
Lucas Room (LG81), Keppel St
27/01/2016
12:45-1:45
Health in Yemen after 10 months of conflict
Presenter: Naseeb Qirbi & Sharif Ismail (Sana’a University & Imperial College London)
Jerry Morris Room B, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
09/12/2015
The MSF experience: Treating HIV and TB in conflict settings
Presenter: Charles Ssonko (Médecins Sans Frontières )
Jerry Morris Room B, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
02/12/2015
What the Ebola outbreak and response tells us about the aid system
Presenter: Marc DuBois (Overseas Development Institute)
Jerry Morris Room B, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
16/11/2015
12:45-13:45
“Arabs are Not Human Beings”: How Politics, History, and Ethnicity Crippled Emergency Relief in Iraqi Kurdistan
Presenter: Ben Tidwell (LSHTM)
Jerry Morris Room B, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
08/09/2015
14:30-18:00
What emergency produces: Ebola and its artefacts
Presenter: Frédéric Le Marcis, Veronica Gomez-Temesio, Sylvain Landry Faye (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, Cheikh Anta DIOP University of Dakar)
Bradford Hill Room (LG8), Keppel St
06/07/2015
12:45-14:00
Fertility under assault: Natality in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo in a time of conflict
Presenter: Meredeth Turshen (Rutgers University)
Geoffrey Rose Room (LG6), Keppel St
24/06/2015
12:45-14:00
Mobile technology to save children’s lives in low income countries: experience from Burkina Faso & India
Presenter: Mohini Bhavsar (Dimagi)
Jerry Morris Room B, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
24/06/2015
12:45-14:00
Delivering medical aid into an area of conflict: Reflections from Syria
Presenter: Omar Gabbar (Hand-in-Hand for Syria)
Jerry Morris Room B, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
08/06/2015
12:45-14:00
Are new or ‘optimized’ technologies for TB diagnosis suitable to the post-conflict healthcare landscape? Lessons from Somaliland
Presenter: Halima Mohamed (LSHTM)
Geoffrey Rose Room (LG7), Keppel St
23/03/2015
12:45-14:00
Are new or ‘optimized’ technologies for TB diagnosis suitable to the post-conflict healthcare landscape? Lessons from Somaliland
Presenter: Halima Mohamed (LSHTM)
Bennett Room (LG80), Keppel St
26/02/2015
12:45-14:00
New data collection technologies in conflict & disaster research: Experience from the Syrian refugee crisis
Presenter: Jesse Berns (Médecins Sans Frontières)
Lucas Room (LG81), Keppel St
13/02/2015
12:45-14:00
Report From Fukushima: Health issues after the 2011 nuclear accident
Presenter: Masaharu Tsubokura (University of Tokyo)
Lucas Room (LG81), Keppel St
12/02/2015
12:45-14:00
The Syrian health crisis: opportunities & challenges of conducting research in a protracted humanitarian crisis
Presenter: Dr Fouad (American University of Beirut)
John Snow lecture theatre A, Keppel St
22/09/2014
17:30-19:00
Ebola today: What are we learning from the West African outbreak?
Presenter: Peter Piot & others (LSHTM, Public Health England, Chatham House, University College London)
John Snow lecture theatre, Keppel St
11/09/2014
12:45-14:00
Lessons learned from Philippines Typhoon Haiyan: a view from WHO
Presenter: Julie Hall (World Health Organisation)
Jerry Morris Room B, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
22/05/2014
17:15-18:30
Health research with Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Presenter: Adam Coutts & Jesse Berns (LSHTM & Médecins Sans Frontières)
John Snow lecture theatre B, Keppel St
10/06/2013
17:30-18:30
How many people died in the 2011 Somalia famine?
Presenter: Francesco Checchi (LSHTM)
Manson theatre, Keppel St
21/03/2013
12:45-14:00
Who cares about physical rehabilitation in post-conflict states?
Presenter: Karl Blanchet (LSHTM)
Lucas Room (LG81), Keppel St
19/02/2013
12:45-14:00
How do conflicts and crises threaten malaria elimination?
Presenter: Toby Leslie (LSHTM)
Lucas Room (LG81), Keppel St
29/01/2013
17:30-18:30
Book launch: Band-aid for a broken leg
Presenter: Damien Brown (LSHTM, Médecins Sans Frontières )
Manson theatre, Keppel St
06/12/2012
12:45-14:00
We can see you: Using satellite imagery for estimating displaced populations
Presenter: Chris Grundy (LSHTM)
Mary Seacole Room, 15-17 Tavistock Pl
20/11/2012
17:30-18:30
Launch of the Public Health in Humanitarian Crises Group: Humanitarianism in the 21st century
Presenter: John Holmes (Ditchley Foundation, International Rescue Committee UK)
John Snow lecture theatre, Keppel St