The focus for this first HVBD DART symposium is "Strategic Prevention and Treatment against Dengue". The one and half day HVBD symposium will bring together the leading and noted scientists, clinicians, researchers, public health authorities and scholars with a common interest and concern in the global situation of dengue. HVBD will infuse new research concepts and provide a platform for participants to discuss and exchange research findings, update health policies, drug discovery and development, vaccine approaches, preclinical and clinical experiences and rethink solutions in dengue prevention, treatment and control. Our goal is to introduce a new concept by inception of new information derived from distinguished delegates with different backgrounds and experiences. Our specific aim is to reduce the burden of dengue, one of the fastest growing health threats the world is facing today.
WCID 2013 will cover all aspects of HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and other infectious diseases, as well as basic, clinical, prevention and other sciences.
Special features of this conference:
• Laboratory exercises designed to simulate clinical experience with the use of the clinical microbiology laboratory and the management of cases seen in practice.
• A choice of workshop sessions for practical smaller group discussions of a variety of clinical issues.
The International Symposium on Pneumococci and Pneumococcal Diseases (ISPPD) is the premier global scientific symposium devoted to the exchange, advancement and dissemination of the latest discoveries on the basic science, microbiology, epidemiology, treatment and prevention of pneumococci and pneumococcal disease.
ISPPD provides an unparalleled international forum to bring together scientific, clinical and public health experts, practitioners, and students to present, discuss, challenge and learn from the latest work and advancements on pneumococcal disease.
Discover the latest achievements in the fight against the pneumococcus at ISPPD-9, hosted by INCLEN Trust, in Hyderabad, India March 9-13, 2014.