Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, more generally known by its acronym RSTMH, was set up in 1907 by George Carmichael Low and James Cantlie. Sir Patrick Manson, the Society's first President (1907–1909), was seen as father of tropical arrangement. He passed the post on to Sir Ronald Ross (president 1909–1911), pioneer of the piece of mosquitoes in the transmission of intestinal ailment.
The objectives of RSTMH are "to progress and drive the study, control and balancing activity of afflictions in man and diverse animals in the tropics and sub-tropics, energize talk and exchange of information among the people who are possessed with tropical ailments and overall prosperity, and all around to propel the work of those propelled by these objectives".
In 1920, King George V gave his agree for RSTMH to use the Royal prefix. Ruler Elizabeth II is supporter of the overall population and the Princess Royal is a Honorary Fellow. In 2011 the Society moved to Portland Place from Manson House, 26, London, to its present premises in Northumberland House, 303-306 High Holborn, London.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences