students

Medical mission volunteers application

Deadline: 30/06/2018

Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is welcoming volunteers from different Health Professional Background Research, Physicians, Nurses,Tech ETC.

events

WHO Africa Health Forum

The WHO Regional Office for Africa (AFRO) is convening the first ever Africa Health Forum in Kigali, Rwanda on 27 – 28 June 2017.

jobs

Full-time epidemiologist

Deadline: 25/06/2017

NSETHIO, an ERC funded project to study the cause of nodding syndrome and epilepsy in onchocerciasis endemic countries is looking for a full time epidemiologist (post-doc level) to join the research team.

students

Scholarship workshop Maternal and Child Health

Deadline: 30/06/2017

Participants must have a research or academic position (a permanent post, research contract, or fellowship etc.) at a recognised research institution either in the UK, South Africa or Kenya.

jobs

Senior lecturer/associate professor (biostatistician)

Deadline: 15/07/2017

The main purpose of this position is to participate in teaching, supervision and research activities within the Division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and the School of Public Health & Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town.

jobs

Lecturer/senior lecturer (epidemiologist)

Deadline: 31/08/2017

The main purpose of this position is to participate in teaching, supervision and research activities within the Division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and the School of Public Health & Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town.

students

Internship Amref Health Africa

Deadline: 23/05/2018

Amref Health Africa offers various internship opportunities at its headquarters in Nairobi, country offices in Africa and Northern offices in Europe and North America.

news

Lancet: Zika in Africa—the invisible epidemic?

In April of 2016, reports were streaming in of Zika cases across the Americas. Each report reinforced the conventional wisdom that Zika was primarily a threat to the western hemisphere and that, so far, mainland Africa had been spared its pernicious effects. Then came a report from Guinea-Bissau.