Institute of Tropical Medicine
Global Science for Health Worldwide
Tropical diseases, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and inadequate health care affect the lives of billions of people worldwide.
The Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM) in Antwerp (Belgium) strives for continuous advancement of science and health. We focus on innovative research, advanced education, professional services and capacity strengthening of our partner institutions in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
For us, scientific excellence and societal impact are two sides of the same coin.
We are an outpatient clinic specialised in sexually transmitted infections, multidisciplinary HIV care, travel and tropical medicine, and infectious diseases.
We promote the advancement of science and health for all, through innovative research.
We offer a variety of courses in tropical medicine, international public health and global one health for professionals from around the world.
In our cooperation projects, we focus on individual and institutional capacity strengthening.
Become a healthtropist!
Our mission is to deliver science for worldwide health, an endeavour to which you can contribute as well.
You need to make an appointment at our clinic to receive medical advice, but there are a few other ways you can get in touch.
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Consultations are by appointment only. Book your appointment well in advance, as waiting times can be long in spring and summer.
Nerdland 2023 was a success!Thank you to all who stopped by our booths on the largest outdoor science festival in Belgium!
A collaboration between IPH Bengaluru and ITM
On 20-23 March 2023, Liselotte Hardy and Barbara Barbé (ITM’s coordinating and principal investigator of the SIMBLE project) visited the “Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Yalgado Ouédraogo" (CHU-YO) in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
Our publication on the development and installation of SIMBLE microbiology culture media production facility was featured in The Lancet Microbe.
The Institute recently carried out a restoration project to return the valuable paintings of Belgian artist Allard l'Olivier to their original state. The project was made possible by funding from the King Baudouin Foundation's Léon Courtin-Marcelle Bouché Fund.
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Aula Janssens, Campus Rochus, Institute of Tropical Medicine (Antwerp)
PhD defence Nimer Ortuño Gutiérrez
Erasmus University Medical Center, Prof. A. Queridozaal