Recordings and notes from alumni, employer, guest speaker and panel events

Video, audio, and slides from careers sessions delivered by alumni, employers and other guest speakers.

Careers panel discussion events, employer and sector careers talks 

Academic careers forum:

The annual Academic Careers Forum comprises a panel discussion about PhD study and academic careers beyond the PhD and is aimed at students currently studying a PhD and those considering progressing onto PhD study.

Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Gates Foundation talk

6 Nov 2017 [notes from the talk]

Global and Public Health Careers Forum

International/UN Organisations:
LSE International Organisations Day 
  • Careers in the UN, Nov 2014 [slides] Staff from the UN talk about careers in their organisation.

Starting your career in international development 

London International Development Centre/LSHTM Panel event, June 2020

RSTMH Presentation (Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Health) May 2020- Presentation 

    Alumni careers talks

    Arranged alphabetically by name of the alumni or employer/ sector.

    Dr Theodore BazasDecember 2013 [slides]

    Dr Theodore Bazas, Dipl.Med., MD, MFOM(RCP,London), MSc(London), DIH(Conjoint, Engl)
    Specialist in Occupational Medicine (JCHMT, UK), ICOH Member and ICOH National Secretary for Greece (1996-2012, elected for 2013 to 2015), Member of the Committee of Health and Welfare, In Charge of Occupational Health Actions, In Charge of the Municipal Occupational Health Advisory Office of the Filothei - Psychico Municipality (Athens, Greece), Former WHO/EMRO Regional Adviser on NCDs

    Charles Ebikeme9 Nov 2017 [panopto recording)
    Charles Ebikeme did the MSc in Molecular Biology of Infectious Diseases and he currently works to mainstream health priorities within other fields of science and policy debates - for example in global environmental change, sustainable development, climate change, and urbanisation arenas.  He is Science Officer at the International Council for Science.

    Komal Gill, 26 Nov 2018 [panopto recording]

    Komal is a GP who spent six months with MSF in South Sudan and talks about her experience there.

    YouTube recording (Vanessa Kerry)  April 2017 
    Dr Kerry is the co-founder and the CEO of Seed Global Health and an alumna of the Health Policy, Planning and Financing master's at the School.  You can also access notes from the talk.

    Ben Marshall A career path from DTM&H to consultant respiratory physician,16 Nov 2017 [Panopto recording]

    Ben Marshall is a respiratory specialist with a sub-specialist interest in infection and immunity in the lungs and the management of interstitial lung diseases, such as pulmonary fibrosis and sarcoidosis. Dr Marshall is the tuberculosis (TB) lead for the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, and sits on the regional strategic network committee and the TB control board for the south of England. Dr Marshall also jointly manages the inpatient HIV caseload. He has a significant role in both undergraduate and postgraduate education and research and set up the dedicated TB clinic in Southampton.

    Molly Martell Careers in Biotech, April 2018 [Panopto recording] 

    Molly graduated from HPPF in 2005 and has over 20 years' experience in prevention, treatment and diagnostic products, with expertise in NGS platforms, global partnerships, virology and oncology.

    Bobbi PrittCareers and Creepy Crawly Cases in Parasitology, June 2017 [Panopto recording]  

    Dr Pritt is Director, Clinical Parasitology; Co-Director of the Vector-borne Diseases Laboratory at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.

    Dr Clyde Lanford Smith, May 2018 [Panopto recording]
    Dr. Clyde Lanford Smith, May 2015 [Panopto recording]

    Dr. Clyde Lanford (Lanny) Smith is a writer and a physician trained in Primary Care Internal Medicine (Boston City Hospital) and Preventive Medicine with a Masters in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health and a Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. From 1992-98 he lived in El Salvador as Country Director of Médecins du Monde (Physicians of the World) France. From 2004-2012 he served on the global Steering Committee of the People's Health Movement (PHM), and continues as an advisor and faculty of the International People's Health University (IPHU). Founder of Doctors for Global Health (DGH), he serves on its board as Liberation Medicine Counsel. He is Co-Founder of the journal Social Medicine and serves on its editorial board. He is co-editor of the book Women's Global Health and Human Rights. He is "Global Community Health Advisor" in the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care, Department of Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Adjunct-Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine and Clinical Family & Social Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is the recipient of the Havard Medical School 2014 Dean's Community Service Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition for his work with Doctors for Global Health. His research interests include social medicine, community oriented primary care, art and health, tropical medicine, chronic disease including diabetes and endemic goiter, and health education. Smith lived in the Bronx, NY, from 2000-2012, now in Boston, where he works locally and globally through Liberation Medicine,"the conscious, conscientious use of health to promote social justice and human dignity."

    Anne Stevenson, 31 Jan 2018 Blog post about the work she discussed in her talk

    Sarah Wookey, 29 Oct 2018, speaking about working with MSF in Chad [panopto recording, audio only to preserve confidentiality of patients]

      Other talks

    Working in the UK: Visa Options (30 Jan 2020) Access the slides here and recording of the talk here.

    PH4D student presentation following visit to Geneva Organisations April 2019. Access notes from the session here.

    Dr Gregory Lewis, Why doctors don't do much good (and how you can do more), Jun 2015 [Panopto recording]

      Student led event. Dr Gregory Lewis from Giving What We Can explains why physicians generally make little difference, and suggests ways we can all, medics and non-medics alike, massively increase our impact. For those of us just starting our careers, or considering a change, he also discusses some evidence-based principles for selecting causes and jobs where we can do the most good, and introduces some organisations that can help us make those decisions.>

      This talk will be especially useful if you are considering career options (in any field), or already work in medicine, but will be of interest to anyone who wants to become more effective.

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