LCNTDR hosts 10th anniversary at Natual History Museum
On 26 January 2023, the London Centre for NTD Research hosted an event for its 10th anniversary at the Natural History Museum, London UK.
The event brought together more than 150 people to celebrate a decade of research, collaboration and innovation, advancing progress towards a world free from NTDs.
The anniversary event featured a keynote presentation from Progressor Giulio De Leo, Stanford University, who presented on the impact of climate change on NTDs, including how changing temperatures impacts the transmission of vector-borne diseases.
All presentations from the event are available in the LCNTDR database.
- Neglected Tropical Diseases in the era of global changes - Giulio De Leo
- An economic evaluation of Wolbachia deployments for dengue control - Hugo Turner
- The potential mechanistic pathways leading from parasite infection to childhood stunting - Isobel Gabain
- Developing sustainable strategies for the control of NTDs of the skin - Michael Marks
- Temporal changes in Toxoplasma gondii exposure in human populations - Gregory Milne
- Toxocara spp. contamination of food - assessing the risks to public health – Martha Betson
- Engaging London’s Latin American population in screening for Chagas disease – Natalie Elkheir
- The Schistosome and Snail Resource – Adam Cieplinski
- Genetic characterisation of β-tubulins in Ascaris from across the globe - Ben P. Jones
- The journey of External Quality Assurance (EQA) specimens for diagnostic parasitology: from our hands to yours - Jaya Shrivastava