51st Global Congress on Infectious Diseases: Research on Diagnosis and Therapeutics
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SciTech Infectious Diseases 2024

51st Global Congress on Infectious Diseases: Research on Diagnosis and Therapeutics

Virtual Seminar

April 16-17, 2024

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51st Global Congress on Infectious Diseases: Research on Diagnosis and Therapeutics







After a great successful completion of 45th Global Congress on Infectious Diseases: Research on Diagnosis and Therapeutics during November 27-28, 2023. SciTech Central Conferences is delighted to announce a Virtual conference 51st Global Congress on Infectious Diseases: Research on Diagnosis and Therapeutics (SciTech Infectious Diseases 2024) scheduled on April 16-17, 2024. The interested speakers are requested to submit abstract and video/posters of their talk. Speakers can be academicians, researchers, scientists, students, faculty members, healthcare executives, doctors, industrialists, entrepreneurs etc. The exhibitors are invited to promote their healthcare products at our conference websites.

Infectious diseases caused by pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi, pose a significant threat to global health. These diseases can spread through various means, including direct person-to-person contact, respiratory droplets, contaminated food and water, and vector-borne transmission. The impact of infectious diseases ranges from mild, self-limiting illnesses to severe, life-threatening conditions, affecting individuals, communities, and entire populations. Notable examples include respiratory infections like influenza, gastrointestinal illnesses such as norovirus, sexually transmitted infections like HIV, and vector-borne diseases like malaria. The ability of these pathogens to evolve and adapt, coupled with factors like globalization, urbanization, and climate change, contributes to the ongoing challenge of managing and preventing infectious diseases on a global scale. Preventing the spread of infectious diseases relies on a combination of vaccination, hygiene practices, and public health interventions. Vaccination plays a crucial role in preventing many infectious diseases by building immunity within populations. Hygiene practices, such as regular handwashing, proper sanitation, and safe food handling, are fundamental in reducing the risk of transmission. Public health measures including surveillance, early detection, and rapid response to outbreaks are essential for controlling the spread of infectious diseases. Advances in medical treatments including antibiotics for bacterial infections and antivirals for viral infections, contribute to the effective management of these diseases.

The theme of the Conference is “Emerging Research for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Infectious Diseases”

Discussions on: 
  • The Microbiome and Infectious Diseases: Unraveling the Gut-Pathogen Connection
  • Infectious Diseases and Climate Change: Impacts on Vulnerable Populations
  • Vaccines and Immunization: Advancements and Challenges
  • Vector-Borne Diseases: Mosquitoes, Ticks, and Beyond
  • Foodborne Pathogens: Risks and Mitigation Strategies
  • Immunology of Infectious Diseases: Host-Pathogen Interactions
  • Respiratory Infections: From Influenza to Novel Coronaviruses
  • Gastrointestinal Infections: Understanding Transmission and Prevention
  • Public Health Implications of Emerging Infectious Diseases
  • Diagnostic Technologies in Infectious Disease Detection
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections: Trends and Interventions
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Infection Prevention and Control in Healthcare Settings
  • Antiviral Therapies: Progress and Challenges
  • Parasitic Infections: Insights into Epidemiology and Control
  • Antifungal Agents: Advances in Treatment Modalities
  • Dengue, Malaria, and Chikungunya: Strategies for Vector Control
  • Tuberculosis: Challenges in Diagnosis and Treatment
  • HIV/AIDS: Progress in Treatment and Prevention
  • Hospital-Acquired Infections: Prevention and Surveillance
  • Eco-Epidemiology: Exploring the Environmental Context of Diseases
  • Viral Hepatitis: Challenges and Innovations in Management
  • Travel-Associated Infections: Risks and Precautions
  • Emerging Technologies in Vaccine Development
  • Host Genetics and Susceptibility to Infectious Diseases
  • Telemedicine in Infectious Disease Management
  • Crisis Communication and Public Health Messaging
  • Economic Impact of Infectious Disease Outbreaks
  • Waterborne Pathogens: Detection and Prevention Strategies
  • Vector Control in the Context of Emerging Diseases
  • Zoonotic Transmissions: Bridging Human and Animal Health
  • Epidemiological Surveillance in Environmental Health
  • Challenges in Urban Environments: Disease Hotspots
  • Water Sanitation Innovations for Disease Prevention
  • Antimicrobial Resistance in Environmental Pathogens
  • Lessons Learned from Recent Pandemics: Preparedness and Response
  • Legislation and Policy for Environmental Infectious Disease Control
  • Health Equity and Environmental Infectious Diseases
  • Innovations in Diagnostics and Treatment Protocols
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Infectious Disease Modeling
  • The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Disease Control
  • Vaccine Diplomacy: Collaborative Efforts in Global Immunization
  • Precision Medicine in Infectious Disease Treatment
  • The Intersection of Infectious Diseases and Non-Communicable Diseases
  • Soil-Transmitted Helminth Infections
  • Exploring Interactions in Environmental Microbiology and Immunology
  • Microbial Ecology of the Environment
  • Microbial Pathogens in Environmental Reservoirs
  • Bioremediation and Immune Responses
  • Environmental Vaccinology
  • Ecological Immunology
  • Future Trends in Infectious Disease Research and Control

KEY DATES

Abstract due date: April 12, 2024.

Registration Closes: April 15, 2024.

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