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3 Nov 2015

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The TAE election is still open until today at 5pm

All young scientist members are able to cast their votes on the six candidates proposed for two positions – one in infectious diseases, one in clinical microbiology – on the board of the Trainee Association of ESCMID (TAE). The election is open until 3 November 2015, 17:00 CET.
For clinical microbiology the candidates are Anna Jarchow-MacDonald from Dundee, United Kingdom; Florian Maurer from Hamburg, Germany; David Ong from Utrecht, Netherlands; and Caroline Rönnberg from Stockholm, Sweden. For infectious diseases the candidates are Ceren Atasoy from Istanbul, Turkey; and Maja Sabolic from Zagreb, Croatia. Only eligible members may access more information on the candidates.

ESCMID’s Viral Hepatitis study group ESGVH publishes newsletter

The ESGVH newsletter has an update from the study group’s activities and a summary of the business meeting at ECCMID 2015 in Copenhagen. Other topics include the research and educational courses undertaken by the study group. If you are interested in becoming a member of ESGVH, please contact one of the study group’s board members.

ESCMID has received 126 Research Grant applications

With this year’s thematic limitation to projects related to bacterial infections and diseases, chances for success are higher for the applicants, who will be informed about acceptance by the end of February. Next year, projects dealing with fungal/viral/parasitic infections and diseases will be sought.

 
 
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