In the 21st century, we are all connected…
Population growth, mass urbanization, deforestation, climate change and increased travel have dramatically increased the risk that familiar diseases will spread and mutate, and new ones will emerge. As people enter new spheres of biodiversity, they come into closer contact with other species, allowing viruses to jump from from animals to humans and then spread more widely. Read more about "Unseen Enemy," a documentary about the growing threat of infectious disease epidemics in our increasingly connected world.
Please Register https://fs3.formsite.com/divofaids/form246/index.html
Morning session: 9:00am-12:00 noon
Bruce Walker, MD, (MGH)Catherine Blish MD, PhD, (Stanford)Victor Nizet MD, (UCSD)Michael Glickman MD, (MSKCC)Ramnik Xavier MD, (MGH)Lunch Read more about Physician-Scientist Symposium "The role of the physician-scientist in the evolving landscape of biomedical research"
Please register at:
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together immunologists and imaging experts to share technological advances and foster collaborations to accelerate scientific advances in HIV/SIV prevention and reservoir research. The workshop consists of the following sessions: Read more about NIAID Workshop: Harnessing Novel Imaging Approaches to Guide HIV Prevention and Cure Discoveries