A comprehensive ICTMM program is now available for delegates to download and plan their time at the Congress. Our program incorporates presentations from internationally and nationally renowned invited and keynote speakers, prominent researchers and early career scholars who will address topics related to major infectious diseases prevalent in the tropics. Over 35 broad themes are represented, including malaria and other parasite infections, bacterial infections and viral infections. In addition social, cultural and economic aspects of health relevant to the tropics will also be explored. Click the below links prepare for your time at the Congress:
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The International Congress for Tropical Medicine 2016 will incorporate the following Conferences:
The Australian Society of Parasitology (ASP) Annual Conference 2016
Traditionally the ASP Annual Conference program includes an outstanding mix of international and Australian scientists and early career researchers exploring areas including cell biology and development, biochemistry physiology, vaccines, host-parasite interactions, epidemiology, immunoregulation, cell signaling and parasite lifecycles, drugs and drug resistance, ecology and much more. The ASP Conference brings together all those interested in parasites and parasitic diseases of humans and animals.
Zoonoses 2016 Conference
Following on from the successful Zoonoses 2014 Conference, the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases (ASID) and ICTMM 2016 Management Committee are pleased to offer a dedicated Zoonoses program stream to Congress delegates. Zoonotic diseases represent significant challenges to human health, and generate a great deal of public concern and scientific interest in both the veterinary and medical sectors. It is estimated that 75% of the emerging diseases of humans originate in domestic or wild animals.
The International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria (ICTMM) 2016 Management Committee, along with our invited speakers, sponsors and supporters are committed to improving gender balance and equality across our research community by building a diverse program. When building our program, we have endeavoured to include different professional experience, race and gender perspectives to ensure our delegates have the greatest opportunity for collaboration and innovation.
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