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Infectious Meet 2022

About Conference


Conference Series takes the immense Pleasure to invite participants from all over the world to attend the "5th Global Experts Meeting on Infectious Diseases (Infectious Diseases Meet 2022)”, to be held in Singapore City, Singapore during August 08-09,2022Infectious Diseases Meet 2022 program focuses on “Research Reformulate: Latest Prognosis in Infectious Diseases”. In collaboration with its Editorial Board Members along with institutional partners the Infectious Diseases Meet 2022 includes various people presenting their research in the form of Keynote speeches, Oral Presentations, Video presentations, Symposia, Workshops, Poster Presentations, E-Posters and Exhibitions covering a range of topics and important issues which may be helpful for us all from the research to the practical implementations.

The Infectious Diseases Meet will act as a platform for Infectious Diseases Specialist, Infectious Diseases Researchers, Scientists, Faculties, Students, Business professionals, Healthcare professionals, clinicians, researchers, academicians, foundation leaders, Infectious Diseases Associations and Societies, direct service providers, policymakers, Medical Colleges, Pharmaceutical Companies and Industries, Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies, Drug Manufacturing Companies and Industries and others related to this topic to exchange and discuss their valuable views on tracking the Infectious Diseases related concepts.

Infectious Diseases Meet 2022 encourages various methods in the study of large disease burden and highlighting existing opportunities in the field of Public health, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Parasitology, Epidemiology and most importantly concerning Infectious Diseases, Pediatric Infectious Diseases. Global Infectious Diseases Conferences provides the time to collaborate with industry peers and discover knowledge and resources that can be used to achieve your personal and organizational goals.

Infectious Diseases Meet 2022 gathering will strengthen the ideas about Infectious Diseases and different aspects related to it. We attempt to provide a perfect stage to Researchers, Scholars, and key Speakers to share data and experiences and empower people with their deep knowledge of Human Infectious Diseases and aspire them to fight against the worldwide risk related to it.

Target Audience:

  • Microbiologists
  • Pathologists
  • Epidemiologists
  • Dermatologists
  • Allergists
  • Immunologists
  • Pediatricians
  • Physicians
  • Pharmacists
  • Neurologists
  • Infection Prevention and Infection Control Specialists
  • Academic and Health care Professionals
  • Students
  • Research Associates
  • Health Care Associations & Societies
  • Medical & Pharmacy Companies
  • Medical Devices and drug Manufacturing Companies
  • Laboratory Technicians and Diagnostic Companies
  • Business Entrepreneurs and Industrialists
  • Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases

Associations Related to Infectious Diseases:

  • European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
  • International Union of Microbiological Societies
  • Federation of Infection Societies
  • Canadian Society of Microbiologists
  • British Infection Association
  • Federation of European Microbiological Societies
  • Welsh Microbiology Association
  • Clinical Virology Network
  • American Society for Microbiology
  • Society for General Microbiology.

Sessions/Tracks

Track 01: Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases are syndromes triggered by organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Many organisms live in and on our bodies. They are normally harmless or even useful. But in some environments, certain organisms can cause infectious diseases. Some communicable infectious diseases can be passed from person to person. Some are transmitted by insects or other animals. And you can get more heavily contaminated food or water, or from exposure to organisms in the environment. Many infectious diseases cause complications. These can range from mild to severe. In some environments, complications can include wheezing, rash, or extreme fatigue. Mild complications usually go away as the infection clears. Mild infectious diseases may respond to rest and home remedies, while some serious infectious diseases may require hospitalization. Several infectious diseases, such as contagious diseases and chickenpox, are prevented by vaccines. Regular and thorough hand washing also helps protect you from most infectious diseases.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious Diseases| University College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 02: Epidemiological Diseases

Infectious diseases remain one of the main causes of injury and death worldwide. In addition to determining the rates and risks of communicable diseases, ID epidemiologists implement and measure interventions at the individual and community level to: prevent infection (primary prevention) and, among infected people, prevent infection. disease spread (secondary prevention) or Death and disability associated with infectious diseases (tertiary prevention). Infectious diseases remain unique among the leading necessary causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

University of Melbourne: Department of Infectious Diseases| Emory University: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of Pittsburgh: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of Michigan: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of Cape Town: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of Barcelona: Department of Infectious Diseases| Université de Paris: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of Toronto: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of Witwatersrand: Department of Infectious Diseases| University of Pennsylvania: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 03: Tropical Infectious Diseases

Tropical infections are diseases predominant or exclusive to tropical and subtropical regions. Contamination is less prevalent in temperate climates, in part due to the onset of a cold season, which controls the insect population by forcing hibernation. However, several existed in Northern Europe and North America in the 17th and 18th centuries before modern understanding of the causes of infectious diseases. The initial impulse of tropical medicine was to defend the health of the settlers, especially in India under the British Raj. Insects such as mosquitoes and flies are by far the most common vector or vector of disease. These insects can transmit an infectious parasite, bacteria or virus to humans and animals. Most often, the disease is communicated by an insect 'bite', which results in the transmission of the infectious agent through an exchange of subcutaneous blood. Vaccines are not available for most of the diseases listed here, and many do not have cures. Human research into tropical rainforests, deforestation, increased immigration, and increased international air travel and other tourism in the tropics have resulted in an increase in the incidence of these diseases in non-tropical countries.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious Diseases| University College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 04: Pediatric & Childhood Infectious Diseases

If an adolescent has a mutual or persistent illness caused by an infectious agent such as bacteria, fungus, parasite, or other rare infection, a pediatric infectious disease specialist is involved and qualified to help the pediatrician diagnose and treat the child. Pediatric infectious disease experts treat children from birth to adolescence. Children are not just little adults. Their bodies are growing and have unparalleled medical needs. They often express their concerns differently from adults. Pediatric infectious disease specialists categorize how to inspect and treat children in a way that makes them relaxed and cooperative. They also recognize the unique signs, symptoms, treatments, and outcomes/prognosis related to infectious diseases in children, which can be very different from adults with such infections.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

University of Melbourne: Department of Infectious DiseasesEmory University: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pittsburgh: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Michigan: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Cape Town: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Barcelona: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversité de Paris: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of North Carolina--Chapel Hill: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Toronto: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Witwatersrand: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pennsylvania: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 05: Heart and Cardiovascular Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases of the guts area unit associate degree various and numerous cluster of diseases with variable clinical shows which will have an effect on the serous membrane, heart muscle, and serosa Any kind of being will infect the guts, together with the bacterium, fungi, parasites, and viruses, and will more have an effect on the guts. then a heart structure. luckily, nearly a 3rd or a lot of heart infections, together with those touching the heart muscle, area unit believed to be subclinical and cause stripped or no symptoms. Clinical shows area unit is usually nonspecific with symptoms starting from intermittent fever to unspeakable hurting, palpitations, fast hemodynamic compensation of disfunction, and extra time. Clinical suspicion is important for designation, and actual medical care needs identification of the particular organism and its demolition.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 06: Blood Infectious Diseases

Blood borne pathogens can cause infections and diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, MRSA and C. diff and can spread through contact with the blood or body fluids of an infected person. The most common type of blood contagion is known as sepsis, "a serious complication of sepsis." Sepsis occurs when inflammation occurs throughout the body. This contamination can lead to blood clots and prevent oxygen from reaching vital organs, leading to organ failure. Among 28 and 50 percent of these patients could die from the disease. When inflammation occurs with extremely low blood pressure, it is called septic shock. Septic shock is fatal in many cases. Blood borne pathogens are infectious microorganisms that are transmitted in human blood, and they are responsible for infections and diseases transmitted through the blood. These microorganisms cause the potential to pass from person to person through various routes, such as blood transfusions, intercourse, open wounds, mucous membranes, etc.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

University of Melbourne: Department of Infectious DiseasesEmory University: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pittsburgh: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Michigan: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Cape Town: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Barcelona: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversité de Paris: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of North Carolina--Chapel Hill: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Toronto: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Witwatersrand: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pennsylvania: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 07: Infection, Immunity and Inflammation

The contamination, immunity and inflammation research and education sector aims to provide world-class interdisciplinary exploration to children with infectious, immunological and inflammatory diseases, children with life-threatening respiratory diseases, young people with pain and critically ill children in intensive care. The contact of the immune system with infectious organisms is a dynamic interplay of host mechanisms aimed at eradicating infections and microbial strategies designed to allow survival in the face of powerful defenses. Different types of infectious agents elicit distinct types of immune responses and have developed unique mechanisms for evading immunity. In some infections, the immune response causes tissue damage and disease.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 08: Treatment for Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases are syndromes triggered by organisms, like microorganisms, viruses, fungi, or parasites. several organisms board and on our bodies. they're commonly harmless or maybe helpful. however, beneath bound circumstances, bound organisms will cause illness. Some communicable diseases may be passed from person to person. Some are transmitted by insects or alternative animals. And you'll get additional by immersion contaminated food or water or by being hospitable organisms within the setting. a number of infectious are terribly delicate and don't cause any damage. However, some infectious diseases are terribly serious and may even be dangerous. These diseases will even be passed from person to person in an exceedingly range of how. Some are reassigned by insect or animal bite, whereas others are typically noninheritable after you ingest contaminated food or water. Since there are numerous pathogens that cause infectious diseases, the signs and symptoms additionally vary looking on the sort of infective agent that infected you.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 09: Infection Prevention, Control and Cure

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Contamination Anticipation and Control (IPC) is a scientific tactic and a practical solution designed to prevent the damage caused by infection to patients and healthcare workers. It is a subset of epidemiology, but also contributes an essential function in infectious diseases, social sciences and global health. Effective PIC is a critical public health issue for patient safety and health system strengthening. The embarrassment of nosocomial infections (HAIs), epidemics (including the 2013-2016 Ebola virus disease epidemic) and pandemics of international concern (i.e. the 2009 influenza pandemic and the coronavirus disease 2019) are rooted in effective infection control measures. A regulatory principle on the main components of the WHO of the IPC is that "access to health care services designed and managed to minimize the risks of preventable HAIs for patients and health workers is a human right. fundamental ”.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

University of Melbourne: Department of Infectious DiseasesEmory University: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pittsburgh: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Michigan: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Cape Town: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Barcelona: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversité de Paris: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of North Carolina--Chapel Hill: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Toronto: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Witwatersrand: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pennsylvania: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 10: Laboratory Investigation – Infectious Diseases

Laboratory tests can sort organisms directly (eg, visually, using a microscope, grow the organism in culture) or indirectly (eg, identify antibodies against the organism). Some tests (eg, Gram stain, routine aerobic culture) can detect a wide variation in pathogens and are commonly performed for many suspected infectious diseases. However, since insured pathogens are lost in these tests, clinicians should be aware of the limitations of each test for each suspected pathogen. In such cases, clinicians should call for specific tests for the suspected pathogen (for example, special stains or culture media) or advise the laboratory of the suspected organism (s) so that they can select tests. More specific.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 11: Coronavirus COVID-19

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a communicable disease caused by a newly exposed coronavirus. Additionally, most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate breathing difficulties and recover without requiring special treatment. The best way to avoid and slow transmission is to be well informed about the COVID-19 virus, the disease it causes and how it is spread. Protect yourself and others from contamination by washing your hands or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer often and not touching your face. The COVID-19 virus is usually spread through droplets of saliva or a runny nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

University of Melbourne: Department of Infectious DiseasesEmory University: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pittsburgh: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Michigan: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Cape Town: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Barcelona: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversité de Paris: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of North Carolina--Chapel Hill: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Toronto: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Witwatersrand: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pennsylvania: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 12: Fungal Infectious Diseases

Fungal infections area unit mutual in an abundance of the plants. In humans, plant infections occur once associated with offensive plant life invading a part of the body, and are simply too tough for the system to manage. Fungi will sleep in air, soil, water, and plants. There are sure fungi that naturally sleep in the body. Like several microbes, there area unit helpful fungi and harmful fungi. Once harmful fungi invade the body, they'll be problematic to kill, as they'll survive within the surroundings and re-infect the person attempting to recover.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 13: Bacterial Infectious Diseases

Bacterial contamination is an overgrowth of a dangerous strain of bacteria on or inside the body. Bacteria can infect any area of ​​the body. Pneumonia, meningitis, and food poisoning are just small illnesses that can be caused by harmful bacteria. Bacteria come in three basic forms: rod-shaped (bacilli), spherical (cocci) or helical (spirilla).Gram-positive bacteria require a dense cell wall, unlike Gram-negative bacteria. Gram stain, bacterial culture with determination of antibiotic sensitivity, and other tests such as genetic analysis are used to identify bacterial strains and help determine the appropriate treatment.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

University of Melbourne: Department of Infectious DiseasesEmory University: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pittsburgh: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Michigan: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Cape Town: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Barcelona: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversité de Paris: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of North Carolina--Chapel Hill: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Toronto: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Witwatersrand: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pennsylvania: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 14: Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is an umbrella term used to define disorders that encompass chronic inflammation of the digestive tract. Types of IBD include Ulcerative colitis: this condition includes inflammation and sores (ulcers) along the surface wall of the large intestine (colon) and rectum Crohn's disease: this type of IBD is classified by inflammation the lining of the digestive tract, which usually can encompass the deeper layers of the digestive tract.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 15: Pulmonary and Chest Infections

Lung infection - affects the lungs, either in the large airways (bronchitis) or in the small air sacs (pneumonia). There is a buildup of pus and fluid (mucus) and the airways become swollen, making it difficult to breathe. Lung infections can affect people of all ages. One of the most common lung infections is called pneumonia. Pneumonia, which affects the small air sacs in the lungs, is most often caused by contagious bacteria, but can also be caused by a virus. A person becomes ill by breathing in the bacteria or virus after an infected person nearby sneezes or coughs.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

University of Melbourne: Department of Infectious DiseasesEmory University: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pittsburgh: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Michigan: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Cape Town: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Barcelona: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversité de Paris: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of North Carolina--Chapel Hill: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Toronto: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Witwatersrand: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity of Pennsylvania: Department of Infectious Diseases

Track 16: STD and Contact Diseases

Explicitly transmitted diseases (STIs) are viruses that are passed from person to person through sexual contact. Cooperation is usually vaginal, oral and butt-centered sex. Still, from time to time, they can spread through other actual private contacts. This is on the grounds that some STDs, similar to herpes and HPV, are a win by skin-to-skin contact. Occasionally, these diseases can be transferred in a non-sexual way, for example, from mother to baby during pregnancy or labor, or through blood connections or shared needles. People aged 15 to 24 get 1/2 every new STD, one in every four explicitly dynamic young women has an STD. Nonetheless, STD rates in the elderly are clearly measuring an increase.

Universities of Infectious Diseases:

Harvard University: Department of Infectious Diseases |Johns Hopkins University: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Oxford: Department of Infectious Diseases |London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Department of Infectious Diseases |University of Washington: Department of Infectious Diseases   | Imperial College London: Department of Infectious Diseases|University of California--San Francisco: Department of Infectious DiseasesUniversity College London: Department of Infectious Diseases

Market Analysis

The global infectious disease diagnostics market size is projected to reach USD 39.8 billion by 2026 from USD 28.1 billion in 2021, at a CAGR of 7.2%. Market growth is driven by the global prevalence of infectious diseases & onset of COVID-19 and the growing awareness for early disease diagnosis, shift in focus from centralized laboratories to decentralized POC testing and rising technological advancements.

COVID-19 Impact on Global Infectious Disease Diagnostics Market

COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered novel coronavirus. Largely unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan (China) in December 2019, COVID-19 moved from a regional crisis to a global pandemic in just a matter of a few weeks. The COVID-19 pandemic negatively affected the overall sales of most of the companies but had an positive impact on the infectious disease diagnostics market because of the use of infectious disease diagnostic methods for COVID-19 testing. Lockdowns resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic caused people to delay undergoing health checkups, thus affecting the number of tests being performed and sales of reagents. However, a resurgence in testing numbers is seen as countries gradually ease restrictions on movement. With the COVID-19 pandemic, responding to infectious disease has become a pressing medical issue worldwide. In addition to the development of vaccines and therapeutic drugs, there is a growing call for the development of more precise and simple testing technologies and the expansion of testing structures. COVID-19 has also impacted the regulatory environment and practices, as governments and healthcare providers face unprecedented challenges. Regulatory authorities utilized methods to speed approval of diagnostic products. Companies have taken strategic developments to introduce COVID-19 rapid tests, sustain their revenues, and nullify the impact of COVID-19 on their operational capabilities

Market Dynamics

Driver: Global prevalence of infectious diseases and onset of COVID-19
The prevalence of infectious diseases in developed and developing regions will positively influence the growth of the infectious disease diagnostics market. The diagnosis and management of such diseases are responsible for the increasing number of prescriptions for infectious disease diagnostic tests. These factors, alongside the growing trend for preventive medicine, is expected to drive the demand for infectious disease diagnostics during the forecast period. The broad-scale population-based testing is required to improve prevention and control efforts for COVID-19. These tests are performed by infectious disease diagnostics; hence, it is expected to have a positive impact on this market.

Opportunity: Growing opportunities in growing economies
Developing economies such as India, South Korea, Brazil, and Mexico are expected to offer potential growth opportunities for major players operating in the infectious disease diagnostics market. This can be attributed to the high disease prevalence, large patient population, improving healthcare infrastructure, increasing disposable income, and growing medical tourism in these countries. In addition to the factors mentioned above, the Asia Pacific has emerged as an adaptive and business-friendly hub due to relatively less stringent regulations and data requirements.
Restraint: Unfavourable reimbursement scenario
Inadequate reimbursement is a major factor restraining the growth of the infectious disease diagnostics market. A major challenge that most diagnostic companies face in commercializing their tests is getting health insurers to pay for them.

Past Conference Report

Infectious Diseases 2020 Past Conference Report

Sensing the raising importance of Infectious Diseases prevention, control, treatment and cure, Conference Series hosted 3rd Global Experts Meeting on Infectious Diseases (Infectious Diseases Meet 2020), scheduled from January 27-28, 2020 Bangkok, Thailand with a theme Research Reformulate: Latest Prognosis in Infectious Diseases”.  The conference was successful in gathering eminent speakers from various reputed organizations and their paramount talks enlightened the gathering.

The pragmatic meet organized by Conference Series received generous response from the Editorial Board Members of Conference Series Journals as well as expertise from academia, talented researchers and young student community. Researchers and students who attended from different parts of the world made the conference one of the most successful and productive events in 2017 from Conference Series. The conference was marked with the presence of renowned Speakers, Young Researchers, Students and Business Delegates driving the three-day event into the path of success with thought provoking keynote and plenary presentations.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following thought provoking and cerebrating scientific tracks:

  • Microbial Drug Resistance
  • Emerging Infectious Disease Update
  • Molecular Immunology and Gut Microbes Research
  • Clinical Microbiology, Bone and Joint Infections
  • Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
  • Virology : Research Advancements
  • Immunization and Infection Control
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention
  • AIDS
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention, Medicine Research and Control

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