Available courses

    With a 5-year grant from EDCTP (European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership), a consortium of partners from Europe and Africa led by Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV), a Product Development Partnership in the field of antimalarial drug research and development, are collaborating on a portfolio of projects entitled PAMAfrica (Portfolio Approach to developing the next generation of Malaria treatments for Africa). The PAMAfrica portfolio includes three clinical trials, as well as capacity building at African clinical sites. The following course is offered as part of the capacity building activities of PAMAfrica.

    This introductory course seeks to provide training and networking opportunities for students and early career researchers in occupational epidemiology and exposure assessment.

    The course will cover a range of topics including: study design in occupational epidemiology, exposure assessment, types of bias including confounding, and current debates on causality; highlighting modern methods and recent methodological approaches in occupational epidemiology, with a particular focus on international efforts in coordination and harmonisation in the field.

    This introductory course on Occupational Epidemiology seeks to provide training and networking opportunities for students and early career researchers in occupational epidemiology with a particular focus on non-standard employment, work environment, and health.

    The course will cover topics on a range of topics including: study design in occupational epidemiology, exposure assessment, theories and models of non-standard work and health outcomes. The course will highlight modern methods and recent methodological approaches in occupational epidemiology, with a particular focus on international efforts in coordination and harmonisation in the field.

    The format of the course will be based on a series of faculty lectures, student presentations, and student exercises.

    Basic knowledge of epidemiology, occupational health, or a related discipline is required. Participants will be provided with a certificate upon completion.


    A comprehensive overview of clinical travel medicine from the clinical management of imported diseases and pre-travel assessment to the multidisciplinary approach to migrants and refugees in the European context.


    The ENERGHY 10-day Summer School is a toolbox, experiential learning and the ground zero of a mindset transformation towards a new generation of global health innovators. 

    Designed to empower postgraduate students and young professionals to create new business models with citizen-centric solutions aimed at democratizing health.