This online meeting brings together the best of the microbial sciences from across the globe. Offering all the benefits of an in-person meeting – connecting you and your science to a global network of active researchers, scientists, and leaders in the field – WMF unites the microbial science community worldwide to share cutting-edge science.
This biennial conference presents the critical advances in basic, clinical and operational research that moves science into policy and practice. The meeting sets the gold standard of HIV research featuring highly diverse and cutting-edge studies.
COLDA aims to empower healthcare professionals to diagnose, prevent, treat and achieve a cure for liver diseases for the benefit of patients in Africa. Learn about the latest developments and achievements in the management of viral hepatitis and liver disease.
The largest annual meeting focused on lung issues as they relate to low- and middle-income countries and populations. The conference is open to all participants interested in TB, HIV, lung health, asthma and other non-communicable diseases and tobacco control.
The conference aims to improve health all over the planet, catalyzing that process through collaboration and open dialogue, and steering tomorrow’s agenda to improve research, education, healthcare, and policy outcomes.
ASLM’s own biennial conference aims to serve as a platform for the international laboratory medicine community to share best practices, acquire knowledge and debate innovative approaches for combatting global health threats.
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This conference brings together scientists involved in HIV treatment, pathogenesis, and prevention research in Africa to share pivotal findings, promote collaboration, and transfer experiences across several fields and many continents and showcases cutting-edge knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of HIV and the prevention of the HIV-1 infection.
The conference engages Africa and all stakeholders to highlight the diverse nature of the region’s HIV epidemic and the unique response to it. Researchers share the latest scientific advances, learn from one another’s expertise, and develop strategies for advancing all facets of our collective efforts to end AIDS by 2030.
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