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COVID-19: re-vaccination and variant ...

Part of the ISAC COVID-19 webinar series. 26 September 2022 at 12.00 GMT.

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Antimicrobial Pharmacometrics in ...

This is the second talk in the series of webinars on "When pharmacometrics and systems pharmacology meet infectious disease" organised ...

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32nd International Congress of ...

REGISTER NOW to attend the 32nd International Congress of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (ICC) in Perth, Australia (27 - 30 November ...

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Publishing Tips & Tricks

Collaboration with Elsevier. Date to be confirmed.

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The Asia Pacific Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infection (APCCMI) the bi-ennial conference for the Asia Pacific Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infection (APSCMI) was held in November 2021 as a hybrid event.

The excellently curated programme featured an impressive international faculty covering broad areas of infectious diseases and clinical microbiology, COVID-19 and non-COVID-19.

See ISAC's highlights below and watch all keynote, plenary and symposium sessions on YouTube:

Treatment of XDT and PDR Gram negative bacteria

Po Ren Hsueh (National Taiwan Hospital, Taiwan)

The link between clinical microbiology and infection prevention & control

Andreas Voss (Radboud University, the Netherlands)

The revolution of diagnostics in microbiology: from answers in days to answers in minutes

Robin Patel (Mayo Clinic, USA)

Impact of rapid pathogen identification from blood cultures

Shawn Vasoo (National Centre for Infectious Diseases)

New antibiotics

David Paterson (University of Queensland, Australia)

Using COVID-19 vaccines: lessons fro control of vaccine preventable diseases and the eradication of smallpox and polio

David Heymann (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK)

Rapid Diagnosis for Bacterial Resistance

Yohei Doi (Fujtia Health University / University of Pittsburgh)

Advances in influenza therapeutics

Frederick Hayden (University of Virginia, USA)

Assessing the value of new diagnostics

Robin Patel (Mayo Clinic, USA)

Utility of typing carbapenemases

David Paterson (University of Queensland, Australia)

Post COVID-19 condition

Bin Cao (China-Japan Friendship Hospital, China)