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18th Annual St. Jude/Pediatric Infectious Disease Society (PIDS) Pediatric Infectious Disease Research Conference
The program will feature a “Frontiers in Infectious Diseases” symposium, with presentations from leading investigators in infectious diseases and microbiology. In addition, a series of career development workshops will be available, including sessions on career paths in global health, industry, clinical research and education. Perhaps most important, attendees will have an opportunity to present their original research to colleagues in pediatric infectious diseases.
March 8–9, 2019, Memphis, Tennessee
10th Annual CUGH Conference
CUGH’s annual conference is a must-attend event on the global health calendar. Over 1800 scientists, students and implementers from academia, NGOs, government and the private sector will present, learn and collaborate to address some of the pressing challenges our world faces. Attendees will be inspired and challenged and learn new skills, contacts and ways we can improve the health of people and the planet.
March 8–10, 2019, Chicago, Illinois
ASPPH Annual Meeting
The American Schools of Public Health Annual Meeting is the premier professional development and networking event for academic public health professionals and partners and features programming relevant to academic public health, global health, current public health concerns and the future of academic public health.
March 20–22, 2019, Arlington, Virginia
SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting: One Environment. One Health. Sustainable Societies
SETAC Helsinki is a 5-day event featuring a variety of training, networking and learning opportunities. Between 2000 and 2500 scientists, assessors, regulators and managers from academia, business and government, representing an average of 60 countries, provide a unique networking opportunity and a chance for cross-collaboration long after the closing session.
May 26–30, 2019, Helsinki, Finland
Global Health Security 2019
The conference will bring together practitioners, researchers, educators, representatives and decision-makers across the fields of public health, medicine, veterinary science, agriculture, government, defense, international relations, sociology and anthropology to examine the progress made to date in strengthening health systems and identify the gaps and opportunities for enhancing the international community’s ability to respond more efficiently and effectively to future adverse health crises.
June 18–20, 2019, Sydney, Australia