American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (ASTMH) Annual Meeting

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2019 Annual Meeting

ASTMH 68th Annual MeetingNovember 20-24, 2019 (Wednesday through Sunday)Gaylord National Resort and Convention CenterNational Harbor, Maryland USA (adjacent to Washington, DC)

 

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 The ASTMH Annual Meeting draws tropical medicine and global health professionals representing academia, government, non-profits, philanthropy, NGOs, industry, military and private practice. The meeting is designed for researchers, professors, government and public health officials, military personnel, travel clinic physicians, practicing physicians in tropical medicine, students and all health care providers working in the fields of tropical medicine, hygiene and global health. The Annual Meeting is a five-day educational conference that includes four pre-meeting courses and draws approximately 4,800 attendees. 
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WSPID 2019

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NAPOLEON GONZALEZ WORLD LECTURELESSONS LEARNED FROM AFRICA – Elizabeth Molyneux (Malawi/UK)SPECIAL LECTUREELIMINATION OF MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV: LESSONS LEARNED FROM SUCCESS IN THAILAND – Usa Thisyakorn (Thailand)WSPID SYMPOSIAInnovation in Infectious DiseasesDengue: A Global ThreatPertussis SymposiumEmerging ID Challenges in the Five ContinentsControversies in HIVPneumococcal SymposiumAntimicrobial Stewardship into the 2020sMalaria in Pregnant Women and ChildrenID in the ImmunocompromisedNeonatal SepsisPediatric Fungal Infections: Something New?Controversies in PneumoniaDebates in Diarrheal DiseaseTropical DiseasesTuberculosisEmerging Issues and Controversies on Group A Streptococcus and S Aureus Infections in ChildrenVaccines and Immunization: What Pediatricians Need to Know‘Hot’ papers in the field of Pediatric Infectiouse Diseases 2017-2019WSPID INTERACTIVE SYMPOSIAInteractive Symposium on Challenging CasesInfection Prevention and Control in Low-Resource SettingsMEET THE PROFESSOR SESSIONSCNS InfectionsBone InfectionsOtitis MediaClinical Research and Life BalanceKawasaki DiseaseMeningitisHaemophilus influenzaeSkin InfectionsEbolaWORKSHOPSWSPID Research Workshop (by invitation only)INTRODUCTION, OVERVIEW AND GOALS – Andi L. Shane (USA) and Salvacion R. Gatchalian, (Philippines)INTRODUCTION FROM THE LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE – Salvacion R. Gatchalian (Philippines)FROM CLINICAL QUESTION TO RESEARCH QUESTION – Maria Liza Antoinette M. Gonzales (Philippines)INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS – David Burgner (Australia)PUBLISHING YOUR RESEARCH – Nigel Curtis (Australia)ETHICS IN RESEARCH – Jacinto Blas V. Mantaring III (Philippines)FINDING FUNDING AND KEY PARTS OF A RESEARCH BUDGET – Anna Lena Lopez (Philippines)WRITING A SUCCESSFUL GRANT APPLICATION – Rosemarie Arciaga (Philippines)WSPID Workshop 1 – Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Improving Clinical Indications, avoiding Pitfalls

Chairs – Juan Pablo Torres (Chile) and Daniel Jarovsky (Brazil)

Moderator – Jaime Santos (Philippines)

IMMUNOLOGIC TESTS FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES – Daniel Jarovsky (Brazil)NUCLEIC ACID-BASED IDENTIFICATION METHODS – Juan Pablo Torres (Chile)RAPID NON-NUCLEIC ACID-BASED IDENTIFICATION METHODS – Fátima Gimenez (Philippines)WSPID Workshop 2 – Migration and Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Chairs – Lilly Verhagen (The Netherlands) and Rosemary Olivero (USA)

INTRODUCTIONTHE INFECTIOUS DISEASE IMPLICATIONS OF VENEZUELA’S MIGRATION CRISIS – Jacobus de Waard (Venezuela)INFECTIOUS DISEASE IMPLICATIONS IN REFUGEE AND MIGRANT CHILDRENWORLD CAFE

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2019 Global Digital Health Forum

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We're looking forward to welcoming everyone back to an expanded event both in terms of duration and attendees. We are expecting over 600 people to attend this year's 3 day event

 

Abstracts are due July 5

 

Please submit abstracts via the link here

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2020 International Conference of the American Thoracic Society

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The 2020 International Conference of the American Thoracic Society will be held May 15-20, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the ATS is seeking input for sessions in all areas of respiratory, critical care and sleep medicine with a clinical, basic science and/or translational focus. Input should be in the form of a session proposal in any of the following types:

Postgraduate Course (didactic only).Postgraduate Course (hands-on demonstration).Scientific Symposium.Workshop.Sunrise Seminar.Meet the Professor Seminar.

 

Deadline: 5 p.m. EST, June 26, 2019.All proposals must be submitted online through the ATS Call for Input website. 

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