• Global Collaborators

HARVARD T.H. CHAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Founded in 1913, the Harvard School of Public Health, now the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, grew out of the Harvard-MIT School for Health Officers, the US’s first graduate training programme in public health. During the past century, the School’s faculty members, frequently working in collaboration with others at Harvard and around the world, have made landmark contributions revolutionising public health.

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LONDON SCHOOL OF HYGIENE AND TROPICAL MEDICINE

Founded in 1899 at the London Docks, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is renowned for its research, postgraduate studies and continuing education in public and global health. The School’s diverse research talents, skills and experience underpin its position as a leader in public and global health, ranging from the molecular to the global, the theoretical to the applied, and the analytical to the political.

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

Founded in 1826 in the heart of London, the University College London is London’s leading multidisciplinary university. It was the first university in England to welcome students of any religion and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men. More than 15,500 students at the University come from 150 countries outside the UK. Its world-acclaimed Faculty of Life Sciences specialises in disciplines ranging from neuroscience to the biology of molecules, cells and organisms, as well as drug discovery, formulation sciences and medicines use and health.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY

Founded in 1850, the University of Sydney is Australia’s first university and is regarded as one of the world’s leading universities. Five Nobel and two Crafoord laureates have been affiliated with the University as graduates and faculty. It has more than 70,000 students and 7,500 staff of over 130 nationalities. The University’s Charles Perkins Centre was established in 2012, and is a world leader in a key aspect of global health protection including diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease through a unique interdisciplinary approach that closely integrates basic biology, human population studies, and complex analytical modelling.

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OTHER COLLABORATORS

Professor Marc Lipsitch

Professor Michael Mina

Dr William Hanage

Dr Yonatan Grad

Dr Angel Wong

Professor Heidi Larson

Professor Ian Douglas

Professor Liam Smeeth

Professor Mark Jit

Dr Pauline Paterson

Professor Geraint Rees

Professor Li Wei

Dr Wallis Lau

Professor Edward Holmes

Dr Ellis Patrick

Dr Garth Tarr

Professor Jean Yang

Dr Jinman Kim

Dr Pengyi Yang

Professor Stephen Simpson

Dr Alexander Ng

Dr Elad Yom-Tov