Teaching at LSHTM
Malaria is well represented in several of the MSc programmes taught at LSHTM and is the chosen topic of over 40 staff and students registered for research degrees.
LSHTM also offers a number of short courses and teaching units with relevance to malaria. In particular a teaching unit (5 weeks) on malaria control and epidemiology is taught in April/May each year.
More information on how to apply to study at LSHTM can be found here.
Keep up-to-date with funding opportunities here.
Epidemiology & Control of Malaria Module time table can be found here
Distance Learning Malaria Module IDM503
LSHTM offers a distance learning module (IDM503 Malaria) as part of distance learning masters course. Information and details on how to apply can be found here
Thorpe Legacy Studentships
The Malaria Centre currently funds 1 PhD studentship. The Thorpe Legacy studentship was awarded to Philippa West who is currently undertaking a project entitled 'Modelling the effectiveness of malaria intervention strategies on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea' supervised by Immo Kleinschmidt.
The studentship began in October 2010 and the award covers full payment of stipends, tuition fees (at UK/EC rates) and £6,000 per year research costs for 3 years.
You can find more details of current funding opportunities for research degrees at LSHTM here.