• London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

    From the 1890s up to the present day, charting the major developments and events in the School's history.

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  • 1890

    Seamen's Hospital Society branch hospital opens at the Royal Albert Dock, London

  • 1892

    Sir Patrick Manson appointed as a physician at the Seamen's Hospital Society Branch Hospital

  • 1897

    Sir Ronald Ross discovers the transmission of malaria by mosquitoes

  • 1897

    Sir Patrick Manson appointed as medical advisor to the Colonial Office by Joseph Chamberlain

  • 1899

    Opening of the London School of Tropical Medicine at the Royal Albert Dock in the East End of London