Translating fundamental research into sustainable strategies for the control, elimination and eradication of parasitic diseases.
Event Description: Parasitic diseases continue to pose major global public health threats. This event will discuss basic research on the host/parasite relationship, and consider how the latest advances in genomics, bioinformatics, proteomics, immunology and epidemiology can be applied to the development of successful control of human and veterinary parasitic diseases worldwide.
We encourage questions, discussion and debate from all attendees and aim for a relaxed atmosphere to generate maximum interaction online
Who Should Attend: Research scientists, clinicians and pharmaceutical professionals involved in basic and translational research related to parasitic diseases and their treatment and control.
EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 20th December 2017
ORAL ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 10th November 2017
POSTER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 23rd January 2018
|TBC||Dr. Amit Arora||University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust||United Kingdom|
|TBC||Dr. Lorina Badger-Emeka||Department of Biomedical Sciences.|
College of Medicine.
Breaking the Cycle of Parasitic Infections has an open abstract session.
Abstracts can be submitted on any subject related to Parasitic Infections.
All abstracts are accepted for presentation as long as:
- They have scientific merit
- They are submitted correctly
- This provides everyone an opportunity to present their work
- This further encourages young researchers to present
- Delegates can easily skip a bad presentation or a presentation that is not of interest
- Delegates are not overloaded with presentations as they have one month to choose the presentation that they want to watch, by watching the recording
Advisory Board Members
|Professor Marc Karam||Professor Biology University of Balamand||Lebanon|