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1 March 2016

Dear colleagues,

In an article in the ID Practitioner Eskild Petersen, a member of the study group for infections in travellers and migrants ESGITM, discusses the risk associated with the Zika virus. 

Best regards, your ESCMID communications editors


The scientific programme for ECCMID is online now

You may now browse the scientific programme for our congress from 9 – 12 April in Amsterdam. By clicking on the session, you will find more information on the speakers and their presentations. Please note, that titles and abstracts of ePoster Viewings will only be published at the end of March. Video clips where experts give an outlook on some of the scientific highlights can be found on the ECCMID website.

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Registration for the 15th ESCMID Summer School is open!

The one-week course dedicated to postgraduate and continuing medical education takes place from 2 – 9 July 2016 in Seville, Spain. The programme covers a broad range of topics in clinical microbiology and infectious diseases and will interest young MDs at the end of their specialty training as well as biologists, pharmacists, PhD students and postdoctoral fellows working in the infection field.

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Registration for technical workshop in Lyon ends 7 March

The postgraduate technical workshop Population Modelling and Dose Optimization with Pmetrics and BestDose: Antimicrobial Applications takes place from 13 - 15 April 2016 in Lyon, France. Important objectives of the course are to define PK structural models, to create datasets for population analysis and perform simulations for PK-PD analysis of antimicrobials in relevant software packages.

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