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EuroLeish.Net at the I Love Science Festival in Brussels

EuroLeish.Net fellows Vera Kühne and Temmy Sunyoto will contribute to the I Love Science Festival in Brussels from 27-29 April.


European Commission MSCA Policy Unit met EuroLeish.Net Fellows at ITM

On March 15th, EuroLeish.Net fellows Temmy Sunyoto and Vera Kühne met with the Policy Unit for Marie Skƚodowska-Curie Actions in the European Commission at the Institute of Tropical Medicine, a host institution in our network.


EuroLeish Fellow Poster Presentation at ASTMH Annual Meeting

Aya's poster titled "LB-5027. Can drug resistance studies guide the early discovery stages of anti-leishmanial agents? A prospective study" was presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (ASTMH) annual meeting held in Baltimore, 5-9 November 2017


EuroLeish Fellows Meeting and Workshops

EuroLeish Fellows held an internal meeting with workshops on career development, media strategies for dissemination, and grant writing


EuroLeish held its 3rd Consortium Meeting at ITM in Antwerp

EuroLeish held its 3rd Consortium meeting at one of its key partners, the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp. The event took place following the ECTMIH in the same city. Over 40 Consortium beneficiaries and partners attended the two day meeting.

Read organised a successful session @ ECTMIH 2017

The session was titled: "Training on neglected tropical diseases: Are you brave or crazy?" Six PhD students presented perspectives about research training on NTDs, including three EuroLeish fellows: Aya Hefnawy, Bruno Bremer Hinckel, and Temmy Sunyoto.


EuroLeish presentations @ ECTMIH in Antwerp

EuroLeish Network presentations during ECTMIH in Antwerp, Belgium, 16-20 October 2017. Don´t miss any of the presentations!


Meet EuroLeish Fellows!

Meet EuroLeish fellows in this short video, where they present themselves and let you know what they are working on.


EuroLeish Fellows Engage on Public Education in Barcelona Primary School

EuroLeish Fellows in Barcelona led fun educational activities for 6-7 year-old students. The primary school audience engaged in role plays to learn about the spread of a neglected disease and scientific research for control.


LeishSlam in Toledo a total success

EuroLeish organized a successful, fun, and informative LeishSlam during the WorldLeish congress. The event gathered over 200 attendees and included 7 presentations by young researchers from Brazil, Belgium, Colombia, India, Portugal and Spain. Watch event video inside!


LeishSlam during WorldLeish Congress in Toledo, Thursday 18th May at 8:30

LeishSlam is a form of Science Slam, a science communication event where scientists explain their research projects in short 5-minute-talks that are easy to follow for a general audience in a casual setting, and afterwards the audience gets to vote. The important thing is not primarily the scientific outcome of the work, but to explain it in an understandable, entertaining and concise way to the public.


Two work better than one - article on Vera Kühne (Project 1.5) at ITM P3 Magazine

More than 100 researchers work on their PhD at ITM at any given time. P³ talked to Shahab and Vera, talented researchers from Bangladesh and Germany, who participate in two innovative PhD programmes. Although ITM is their base, they also work on their thesis at other institutions.


Welcome to our new project partner. the University of Gadarif (Sudan)

Following the approval of the Commision, the UoG formally joins consortium

Read at AfHEA's 2016 Conference (Rabat, Morocco - September 2016)

African Health Economists and health policy Analysts biannual conference. The project 1.6 implemented by Céline Aaerts presented a poster in the conference.