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ESCMID Weekly News

The Weekly News include the most recent announcements and upcoming events of the Society. The news are sent every week to regular ESCMID and affiliated members as well as collaborators.

  • Networking, Affiliated Societies and Pipeline Corner at ECCMID 2017
  • CMI highlight: Left ventricular assist device-related infections
  • Parasitology study group publishes newsletter; conducts VL survey
  • Abstracts for ECCMID from 22 - 25 April in Vienna published
  • There are a few places left for the TAE Trainees Day
  • Paper poster presenters can have posters shipped to venue
  • ESCMID organizes joint ECCMID session with EORTC and ICHS
  • CMI highlight: recommendations on nebulized antimicrobials in ventilated patients
  • EPASG/ISAP conference on anti-infective PK/PD in Vienna on 21 April
  • Barry Cookson wins Lifetime Achievement Award at Royal College of Physicians
  • ECCMID is less than three weeks away!
  • CMI highlight: Identification of resistance markers in Candida
  • Educational course on sepsis from 1 – 3 June in Amsterdam
  • ESGB organizes conference in Amsterdam from 19 – 22 September
  • BSAC congress on diagnostics & vaccines in AMR in June, London
  • ESCMID withdraws Robert P. Ryan's Young Investigator Award
  • We have a new ECC in Seoul, South Korea
  • T2 Biosystems is looking for Regional Account Manager
  • More detail on ECCMID scientific programme available now
  • CMI highlight: Understanding antibiotic decision making in surgery
  • ESCMID Aspergillus guideline open for public consultation
  • ESGCD study group publishes newsletter on its activities
  • Submitters of late-breaking abstracts for ECCMID 2017 notified
  • German Society of Infectious Diseases’ choosing wisely recommendations
  • New centre for antimicrobial pharmacodynamics in Liverpool
  • European Respiratory Society publication on anti-infectives and the lung
  • WHO is setting up interagency coordination group on antimicrobial resistance
  • Registration is now open for the TAE Trainees Day round-table session
  • CMI highlight: Levofloxacin vs azithromycin to treat Legionella pneumonia
  • ESGAP publishes newsletter on publications, research, events, ECCMID
  • Winners of the 2017 ESCMID Young Investigator Awards announced
  • HIV expert Françoise Barré-Sinoussi holds keynote at ECCMID 2017
  • CMI highlight: systematic review of CDSS for antimicrobial management
  • Successful conclusion of Mena conference 4 – 5 March in Beirut
  • Registration for the TAE round-table is now possible
  • We have a new collaborative centre in Argentina
  • We have received 259 late-breaking abstracts for ECCMID 2017
  • ESCMID awards 14 grants worth EUR 280,000 on research projects
  • EUCIC launches survey on MDR Gram-negative bacteria in Europe
  • ESCMID experts contribute to WHO’s Global priority list of antibiotic bacteria
  • ECCMID 2017 programme online; late-breaker deadline: 1 March
  • Trainee association publishes survey, holds TAE Day at ECCMID
  • Interesting openings in infectious diseases at University Hospital in Nancy, France
  • EPASG/ISAP conference on anti-infective PK/PD in Vienna on 21 April
  • ESCMID welcomes Romania’s recognition of medical microbiology as speciality
  • Survey on selective reporting of antibiotic susceptibility test results in European countries
  • Germany’s Federal Ministry of Health published updated AMR report
  • JAC report shows that many online pharmacies sell antibiotics without prescription
  • ESCMID fungal study group issues information on Candida auris
  • CMI highlight: Universal flu vaccines and therapeutic antibodies
  • Interesting openings on ESCMID’s job platform
  • Registration deadline is 28 February for bloodstream infection course in Nice
  • Submission of late-breaking abstracts for ECCMID starts 15 February 2017
  • Job opening for Lead Clinician for Pre-travel Medicine at LSHTM
  • Sepsis expert Thierry Calanda receives the 2017 Excellence Award
  • CMI highlight: PID screening recommended in young adults after bacterial infection
  • Registration deadline 20 February for arbovirus course in Zagreb
  • ECCMID late-breaking abstracts from 15 February – 1 March 2017
  • ESGCIP survey on nebulized antibiotics use in critically ill patients
  • ESCMID supports first international Zika conference in the U.S.
  • Registration deadline for course in Muscat is 10 February
  • EC publishes public consultation on One Health Action Plan to fight AMR
  • EMA and EFSA issue joint scientific opinion on measures to cut antibiotics in farm animal
  • EPASG news: conference on anti-infective PK/PD & newsletter
  • Registration for the Summer School in Germany from 1 - 8 July is open
  • CMI highlight: Glucose homeostasis, nutrition, infections in critical illness
  • Registration deadline for the MALDI-TOF MS course in Basel is 3 February
  • EDF and EADV publish guidelines on treatment of herpes zoster
  • Record number of abstracts submitted to ECCMID 2017
  • ESCMID experts assess STROBE tool for antimicrobial stewardship
  • Grant deadline approaching for bloodstream infection course in Nice
  • ESGBIS publishes study on predictive score for BSI outcome in JAC
  • CMI highlight: narrow-spectrum beta-lactam monotherapy in pneumonia
  • ESCMID course on bloodstream infections in Nice
  • ESCMID published press release on 2 projects financed through its research grant programme
  • ESCMID Parity Commission is seeking a new member. Apply by 15 January 2017
  • Early-bird registration deadline for ECCMID 2017 is 26 January
  • CMI highlight: benzalkonium tolerance and outcome in listerial meningitis
  • Grant deadlines approaching for courses in Muscat, Zagreb
  • Nominations for the TAE Awards for Training Achievements 2017
  • 4 January is grant deadline for MALDI-TOF MS workshop in Basel
  • CMI invites researchers to submit papers for its themed sections
  • ESCMID’s Parity Commission seeks new member

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