Vacancy: HR Internship – AIGHD & PharmAccess

HR Internship – AIGHD & PharmAccess Fulltime (voor gemiddeld 32-40 hours per week), in Amsterdam                 Start date: 15 October or 1 November 2022 Duration: 4-6 months Internship Are you a go-getter who wants to gain HR experience on both a policy and operational level at…

Vacancy: Project Manager

Project Manager Parttime (32 – 40 hours per week) – based in Amsterdam Start date: as soon as possible Duration: 12 months with the possibility of extension The position Stichting Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGHD) is currently seeking an experienced Project Manager…

Arjen Dondorp receives the Christiaan Eijkman medal for his contribution to global health research

AIGHD Senior Fellow, Arjen Dondorp, was awarded the Christiaan Eijkman medal in honor of his extensive research in global health, specifically in the management and eradication of falciparum malaria. Over the years, Arjen and his team have worked tirelessly to improve the care for critical…



We conduct collaborative, interdisciplinary research on urgent themes in global health and development: antimicrobial drug resistance, chronic care & aging, the economics of human development, health markets, infectious disease elimination, and urbanization & health.


We develop and inspire the next generation of global health leaders at undergraduate, post-graduate and professional levels to shape a healthier and more prosperous future for all.


We accelerate progress on global health and development objectives by sharing knowledge and insights with global agencies, governments, NGOs, and the scientific community.




Mobilizing social sciences against infectious threats.

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RapidProfiling SARS-CoV-2

Rapid diagnostic profiling of SARS-COV-2 in the context of Persistent Immune Activation in Sub-Saharan Africa

Secondary tuberculosis in lungs and close-up view of Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, 3D illustration


Evaluating a new stool-based QPCR for diagnosis of Tuberculosis in children and people living with HIV