The Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) has an open position to lead implementation research


The objective of the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) is to foster an effective global research effort on infectious
diseases of poverty in which disease endemic countries play a pivotal role. The objective of the unit is to foster partnerships and collaborations in order to develop,
evaluate and optimize intervention and implementation research that generates evidence for the control and/prelimination of diseases of poverty.

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11th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health (ECTMIH 2019)

Every two years, ECTMIH brings together more than 1,500 scientists and experts from across the world. The Congress provides a platform for sharing research and innovation in the field of tropical medicine and global health. Contacts are made, networks are strengthened, and new partnerships are formed.It also acts as a forum for reflection on the role of tropical medicine and global health, taking into account the biggest trends of the twenty-first century, such as human migration and climate change.

Call for abstracts is now open – Deadline 1 February 2019

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Presentation of Norwegian Forum for Global Health Research

The aim of the Forum is to promote high quality research, education and training aiming at improving health and health care for marginalized population groups in low- and middle income countries.

The Norwegian Forum for Global Health Research (Forum) was initiated in 2005 as an interdisciplinary network of individuals and Norwegian institutions working with, or having an interest in, global health and health research. From 2018 the Forum is an autonomous advisory body to Global Health Norway and other institutions on policy formulation and scientific input.

The Forum’s statutes were approved by the first General Assembly November 16th, 2006.  The purpose of the Forum is to promote research and education of high quality with the aim of improving health and health services for marginalized population groups in low and middle-income countries.

A common platform for collaboration was needed to consolidate global health as a field of academic studies. The Forum is now an arena for exchanging ideas and views on research and methodology, and for collaboration on issues related to academic training and curriculum development.

The Forum’s constituency consists of universities, university colleges, public and private research institutes without an educational mandate, in addition to individual members. Governmental bodies such as the Research Council of Norway (RCN), the Norwegian Directorate of Health, and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) have been supportively involved in the Forum work and development from the start and are represented as observers to the Forum Board. The Forum has received continuous financial support from the GLOBVAC programme (RCN).