NEW LOCATION “Kant and climate colonialism” seminar today 2 pm Bush House (NE) 3.22

Christoph Rehmann-Sutter, professor of bioethics at the University of Lübeck, is visiting the department this week.  Today he will be giving a seminar on ‘Kant and climate colonialism’. When: Wednesday March 13, 2-3.30. NEW Location!  Bush House (NE) 3.22 (3rd floor, North East Wing) Abstract Kant’s later work on moral philosophy contains some thoughts about a […]

8 Core Skills for Public & Global Health Careers

A panel of inspiring public and global health professionals joined us on campus in February for Discover Careers in Public and Global Health. Their experience spans consultancy, global NGOs and smaller charities, research and academia. They all gave a clear message that careers in Public and Global Health are not linear. So let go of […]

Findings for left behind children

Around one in seven people are migrants – the majority of which are labour migrants from low- and middle-income countries. Migrants are often separated from their families for long periods of time. In a recent systematic review published in the Lancet, our team of international researchers investigated the effects of parental migration on childrenleft-behind and […]

The Reality Behind Cancer in India: “Twenty-four Stills” photography exhibition at Bush House until February 18th

India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. On-going research seeks to improve cancer care for patients. Cancer does not discriminate. India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. This number is expected to almost double by 2035, with cancer set to become one of […]

BIOS Lecture – Racial Futurity: IVF Technologies and the Question of Life’s Continuation

BIOS Lecture Racial Futurity: IVF Technologies and the Question of Life’s Continuation Nadine Ehlers Thursday, 21 March 2019, 4.30 – 6.30 pm King’s College London, Virginia Woolfe Building, Room 3.01 22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6LE The Department of Global Health and Social Medicine and the Biotechnology and Society Research Group (BioS, King’s College London) kindly […]

Book Launch – Molecular Feminisms: Biology, Becomings, and Life in the Lab

Book Launch Event Molecular Feminisms: Biology, Becomings, and Life in the Lab Deboleena Roy Tuesday 26th March, 4:30pm River Room, King’s College London King’s Building 2nd Floor, Strand, London WC2R 2LS The Department of Global Health and Social Medicine and the Biotechnology and Society Research Group (BioS, King’s College London) kindly invite you to the […]

Aanisah Khanzada on landing her dream role at Cancer Research UK

I currently work with Cancer Research UK as an International Tobacco Control Intern. Working for CRUK has always been a dream of mine. I had previously applied for a policy internship with CRUK during my third year of university and I was surprised to have even made it through to the interview stage. Unfortunately, I […]