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About IDCM 2019


Magnus Group is delighted in welcoming you to participate in the “International Conference on Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology” which is set to hit the calendar on 23-25 September, 2019 in London, UK.

Aim and Scope: Our distinguished Committee Members monitors and selects only the best abstracts provided that the studies are hypothesis-driven with a clear rationale and informative results that forward our understanding on subjects such as Immunology, Vaccines and vaccination, Infectious Diseases epidemiology, pathology & pharmacology, Infection Prevention and Control Guidelines, Microbial Genomics and Market Trends of Infectious Diseases. So, IDCM 2019 strives to be comprehensive, spanning the breadth of multiple disciplines and providing something for everyone involved in research of infectious diseases, risk reduction, treatment, and patient care.

IDCM 2019 seeks to impart highly relevant and timely information to a broad audience of related specialists in the field. It facilitates the transfer of knowledge from the laboratory to the bedside; contribute to prevention, early detection, diagnosis, cure, and rehabilitation; and diminish suffering from many infectious diseases.

We look forward to welcoming you to London!!

Scientific Sessions

  • Viral, Bacterial, Fungal Infectious Diseases
  • Heart and Cardiovascular Infectious Diseases
  • Dermatological Infectious Diseases
  • Neurological Infectious Diseases
  • Respiratory and Pulmonary Infectious Diseases
  • Ophthalmological Infectious Diseases
  • Epidemiological Diseases
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Blood Infectious Diseases
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Bone infection
  • Gastrointestinal Infectious Diseases
  • Infectious Disease in Pregnancy
  • Veterinary Infectious Diseases
  • Antiviral, Antibacterial, Antifungal agents
  • Pharmacology of Infectious Diseases
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Vaccines and Vaccination
  • Infection Prevention and Control Guidelines
  • Epidemiology of Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases
  • Market Trends of Infectious Diseases
  • Drug Discovery for Infectious Diseases

Scientific Committee Members

Our Speakers

Collaborators and Media Partners

2nd Cancer Conference 2018:

Magnus Group successfully completed “2nd International Cancer Conference 2018in Rome, Italy, during September 17-19, 2018.

For Cancer Conference 2018 Final ProgramClick Here

For Cancer Conference 2018 Abstract Book: Click Here

Magnus Group is privileged to thank the Organizing Committee Members and Keynote Speakers for making their contributions in the form of very informative presentation

Cancer Conference 2018 Organizing Committee Members:

Lucio Miele from USA

Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

Elizabeth Franzmann from USA

Vigilant Biosciences

Rossana Berardi from Italy

Universita Politecnica delle Marche

Tamara Lah Turnsek from Slovenia

National Institute of Biology

Jozef Sabol from Czech Republic

Department of Crisia Management, PACR

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Cancer Conference 2018 Speaker Line Up:
 

Victoria Seewaldt from USA

City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center

Annika Lindstrom from Sweden

 CKF Dalarna, Uppsala University

Francesco Izzo from Italy

 National Cancer Institute of Naples

Jerome Paillassa from France

 Centre Hospitalier Universitaire d'Angers

Yaoru Huang from Taiwan

 Taipei Medical University Hospital

Igor Pogrebniakov from Russian Federation

 SRI of clinical and experimental radiology of N.N.Blokhin CRC

Erwin Danil Yulian from Indonesia

 University of Indonesia

Surajit Pathak from India

 Chettinad Academy of Research and Education

Joshua D. Palmer from United States

 Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Mark S. Parker from USA 

 VCU Medical Center

Francesco Giovinazzo from UK

 University Hospital of Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

Myron R. Szewczuk from Canada

 Queen’s University

Giulia Zumbo from Uk

 Southampton General Hospital

Marina De Rosa from Italy

 University of Naples Federico II

Jose Carlos dos Santos from Germany

 Universitatsklinikum Heidelberg

Chiu Sai Yiu Richard from Hong Kong

 Hong Kong Baptist Hospital

Neeraj Jain from India 

 Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Science

Ivana Jovcevska from Slovenia

 University of Ljubljana

Cagri Oner from Turkey

 Maltepe university

Bahadir Batar from Turkey 

 Namik Kemal University School of Medicine

Ocung guido from Uganda

 Makerere University

Jalil Ur Rehman from Pakistan

 Baluchistan University of Information Technology Engineering, Managements and Science


Cancer Conference 2018 Poster Presenters:

Joo Hee Yoon from Republic of Korea

 The Catholic University of Korea

Martina Seifrtova from Czech Republic

 Charles University

Masaru Shimada from  Japan

 Yokohama City University

Radim Havelek from  Czech Republic

 Charles University

Jung Hwan Yoon from Republic of Korea

 The Catholic University

Miyoung Park from Republic of Korea

 The Catholic University of Korea

Chae Ri Park from Republic of Korea

 Asan medical center (AMC)

Youn Kyoung Jeong from Republic of Korea

 Korea Institute of Radiological & Medical Sciences

Jan Marek from Czech Republic

 Faculty Hospital Hradec Kralove


Magnus Group would like to thank all the participants for their wonderful involvement towards the event which helped us for successful execution of this event.

Recommended Infectious Diseases Conferences: Infectious Diseases Conferences 2019 | Microbiology Conferences | Clinical Microbiology Conferences 2019 | Infection Congress


Cancer Conference 2016 Report:


Magnus Group takes an inordinate pride in announcing the success of “International Conference on Oncology and Radiology” (ICOR 2016) which was held in Dubai, UAE, during October 27–29, 2016.
 

For ICOR 2016 Final Program: Click Here
 

Cancer Conference 2016 Organizing Committee:
 

Michael Weber from Germany

 Webermedical

Yoshiaki Omura from USA

 New York Medical College

Vernica James from Australia

 Australian National University

Renata Dobrila from Croatia

 Clinical Hospital Center Rijeka

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Cancer Conference 2016 Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Veronica James from Australia

Australian National University

Dr. Jürgen Arnhold from Germany

German Society for Urology

Dr. Angel Arnaout from Canada

University of Ottawa

Dr. Subhash Paknikar from USA

Creighton University School of Medicine

Dr. Xiufen Zheng from Canada

University of Western Ontario

 

Cancer Conference 2016 Speaker Line Up:


Day 1: Speakers

M.Amin Nezami from USA

 Pacific Medical Center of Hope

Jayashree Paknikar from USA

 Creighton University School of Medicine

Michael Weber from Germany

 Weber medical Laser Treatment and Research Centers

Barbara Wood from Australia

 Boob Buddies Inc.

Khushwinder Kaur from India

 Panjab University

Razia Bano from Pakistan

 Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre Lahore

Christian Ntizimira from Rwanda

 Rwanda Palliative Care & Hospice Organisation (RPCHO)

Martin Klabusay from Czech Republic

 Palacky University

Mahmoud Rezk from Egypt

 NCI Cairo University

Mustafa Pehlivan from Cyprus

 Cyprus International University

Zulfiya Shafigullina from Russia

 North-Western State Medical University named after I.I Mechnikov

Kerim Aslan from Turkey

 Ondokuz Mayis University

Muna Baslaim from Saudi Arabia

 King Fahd General Hospital

Mohammed Al Zahrani from Saudi Arabia

 KSAU-HS college of pharmacy

Chinedu Simeon Aruah from Nigeria

 National Hospital Abuja

Alessandro Bacuzzi from  Italy

 Varese University Hospital


Day 2: Speakers

Angel Arnaout from Canada

 University of Ottawa

Madiha Rehman from Pakistan

 Armed Forces Institute of Pathology

Debjani Dasgupta from India

 D. Y. Patil University

Oliver Szasz from Hungary

 St.Istvan University

Nadia Shirazi from India

 Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences

Ravi Kiran Pothamsetty from India

 Kamala Nehru Memorial Hospital, RCC

Rebekka Manohar Marri from India

 Tata Memorial Centre

Kofi Adesi Kyei from Accra Ghana

 University of Ghana

Borislav D Dimitrov from United Kingdom

 University of Southampton

Shreeya Pabi from  India

 Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center

Virendra Vyas from India

 Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences

Malihea Khaleghian from Iran

 Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Shaista Suhail from  India

 D.B.P.G.C, Raebareli

Michael Weber from Germany

 Weber medical Laser Treatment and Research Centers

Orynbassar Karapina from Kazakhstan

 Nazarbayev University

Maxim Rossmann from  UK

 University of Cambridge

Yoshiaki Omura from USA

 New York Medical College

Nima Kasraie from USA

 Children’s Mercy Hospital

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Day 3: Speakers

Maciej Harat from Poland

 The Franciszek Lukaszczyk Oncology Center

Francesco Arrigoni from Italy

 University of L’Aquila

Quratulain Badar from Pakistan

 Ziauddin University

Alisher Agzamov from Kuwait

 Kuwait Cancer Control Center (KCCC)

Reza Chaman from Iran

 Yasuj University of Medical Sciences

Fouad Al Dayel from Saudi Arabia

 King Faisal Specialist Hosptial and Research Center

S. Nafees Bano from India

 HSZH Govt. Unani Medical College

Yousif Mohamed Yousif Abdallah from Saudi Arabia

 Majmaah University

Yona Keisari from  Israel

 Tel Aviv University


We once again thank all the participants for their wonderful involvement towards the event which helped us for successful execution of this event.

Recommended Infectious Diseases Conferences: Infectious Diseases Conferences 2019 | Microbiology Conferences | Clinical Microbiology Conferences 2019 | Infection Congress

 

Upcoming Infectious Diseases Conference:

International Conference on Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology summarize the adequate results of recent analysis on infectious diseases subjects, altogether branches of Medicine, reasons for non-curable diseases, and discuss potential developments in the field. The Highlights give curt evaluations of current trends in Infectious diseases treatment. On an individual themed basis, IDCM stimulate new ways to consider science by providing a forum for discussion—within and across several establishments and fields. IDCM 2019 is happening during September 23-25, 2019 in London, UK.

Recommended Infectious Diseases Conferences: Infectious Diseases Conferences 2019 | Microbiology Conferences | Clinical Microbiology Conferences 2019 | Infection Congress

3rd Nursing Conference 2018 Report:

Magnus Group takes a great pride in announcing the success of 3rd Nursing World Conference (NWC 2018) which was held in Rome, Italy during September 17-19, 2018.

For NWC 2018 Final Program: Click Here

Nursing Conference 2018 Organizing Committee:

Carlos A Archilla from USA

 Nemours Hospital

Adele A Webb from USA

 Capella University

Larry E Simmons from USA

 National League for Nursing

Jayne Donaldson from UK

 University of Stirling

Maryann Alexander from USA

 National Council of State Boards of Nursing

Lenka Gutova from Czech Republic

 Military University Hospital Prague

Sandra Almeida from New Zealand

 Auckland District Health Board

Gabriel Oluwakotanmi from USA

 Hallmark University

Sabrina Grigolo from Italy

 ASLTO3 Piedmont Region

Laura Croan from Ireland

 Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Katie Boston-Leary from USA

 Maryland Organization of Nurse Leaders

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Nursing Conference 2018 Keynote Speakers:

Anne-Maria Newham from UK

Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust

Adele A. Webb from USA

Capella University

Katie Boston-Leary from USA

Maryland Organization of Nurse Leaders

Larry E Simmons from USA

National League for Nursing

Sandra Almeida from New Zealand

Auckland City Hospital

Gabriel Oluwakotanmi from USA

Hallmark University

Laura Croan from Ireland

Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Franz Porzsolt from Germany

Institute of Clinical Economics

 

NWC 2018 Speaker Line Up:

Day 1 Speakers:

Jeri Burr from USA

 University of Utah

Gretchen J. Summer-Gafford from USA

 Kaiser Foundation Hospitals

Virginia Pesata from USA

 South University

Amelia Nichols Alava from USA

 UF Health

Janet Catt from UK

 Kings College Hospital

Dixie D. Thompson from USA

 University of Utah

Pamela Morey from Canada

 Western Health Authority

Susan Peckford from Canada

 Western Health Authority

Mary L. Perrin from USA

 City of Hope National Medical Center

Christy Vickers from USA

 Ohio University Zanesville

Susan D. Dowell from USA

 Ohio University Zanesville

Sheryl K. House from USA

 Ohio University Zanesville

Barbara J. Holder from USA

 Andrews Institute Ambulatory Surgery Center

Natalia Cineas from USA

 Mount Sinai St Luke’s

Angela Cruz from USA

 Kaplan University

Marco Enrico Sguanci  from Italy

 Polyclinic Hospital San Martino

 

Day 2 Speakers:

Marie Cameron from UK

 University of the Highlands and Islands

Amy Dopson from UK

 University of Surrey

Gunvor Munch Hansen from

 VIA University College

Susan D. Dowell from USA

 Ohio University Zanesville

Christy Vickers from USA

 Ohio University Zanesville

Sheryl K. Housel from USA

 Ohio University Zanesville

Amanda. M. Whateley from UK

 Rainbows Children and Young People’s Hospice

Usha Daniel from Ireland

 National Maternity Hospital

Kirsten Nielsen from Denmark

 VIA University College

Jaya Kuruvilla from India

 P.D. Hinduja Hospital

Pura Julia Cruz-Oliver from Puerto Rico

 Universidad del Sagrado Corazón

Paola Gobbi from Italy

 Nurses Board of Milan

Nancy Adrianna Garofalo from USA

 NorthShore University HealthSystem

Maria Alice dos Santos Curado from Portugal

 Higher School of Nursing of Lisbon

Mpoeetsi Makau from Lesotho

 Ministry of Health

Selda MERT BOĞA from Turkey

 Kocaeli University

Rosalynde Johnstone from UK

 Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Jose Miguel Aguilera from Australia

 St Vincent’s Private Hospital

Kathleen Lehmann from USA

 Liberty University

Nichelle A. Mullins from USA

 Charter Oak Health Center, Inc.

Julia U. Ugorji from USA

 Rasmussen College Bloomington Minnesota

Joanne Mee Wah Loo from USA

 Mount Sinai West

Renee Bauer from USA

 Indiana State University

Dean W Metz from USA

 South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust

Lois Dugmore from USA

 University of Nottingham

Monika Vanhova from Czech Republic

 University Military Hospital Prague

Shaher H Hamaideh from Jordan

 The Hashemite University

Eva Manyedi from South Africa

 North West University

Agusta Palsdottir from Iceland

 University of Iceland

Charmaine Elizabeth Hassan from South Africa

 Department of Health Northern Cape

Angelina Alaina Sepeku from United Republic of Tanzania

 Abbott Fund Tanzania

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Day 3 Speakers:

Tracey Wilson from USA

 University of Maryland Medical Center

Kimberly Bowers from USA

 University of Maryland Medical Center

Elvessa Narvasa from Canada

 Canadian Council of Cardiovascular Nurses

Nazli Parast from Canada

 Community Diabetes Education Program of Ottawa

Deborah E Lang from USA

 Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Ana-Bela de Jesus Roldao Caetano from Portugal

 Nursing School of Coimbra

Ahmad A. Latif Abujaber from Qatar

 Hamad Medical Corporation

Bejoy Chacko from Qatar

 Hamad Medical Corporation

Julia Maria das Neves Carvalho from Portugal

 Nursing School of Coimbra

Abdulqadir J. Nashwan from Qatar

 Hamad Medical Corporation

Maria Alice dos Santos Curado from Portugal

 Higher School of Nursing of Lisbon

Elif Bilsin from Turkey

 Gaziantep University

Surbrena Forbes-Pedican from Turks and Caicos Islands

 The Turks and Caicos Islands Hospital

Selda MERT BOĞA from Turkey

 Kocaeli University

Gülfer DOĞAN PEKİNCE from Turkey

 Adnan Menderes University

Annelize Vorster from South Africa

 University of the Free State

Teresa Santos Boya from Spain

 Medina del Campo Hospital

Betise MeryA lencar Sousa Macau Furtad from Brazil

 University of Pernambuco

Tiina Elina Lindholm from Finland

 Åbo Akademi University and The Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa

Helena Martins from Portugal

 Portuguese Catholic University

Sanna Fabiola from Italy

 AOU Maggiore della Carita

 

Workshops:

Paula Kennedy from UK

 Liverpool John Moores University

Brenda T. Spear from USA

 Chamberlain University

Barbara J. Holder from USA

 Andrews Institute Ambulatory Surgery Center

Abdulqadir J. Nashwan from Qatar

 Hamad Medical Corporation

 

Poster Presenters:

Lina Mayorga from USA

 Oncology Research + Education Consultants

Patricia A. Keresztes from USA

 Saint Mary’s College

Rosaria Cappadona from Italy

 University of Ferrara

Beatrice Zucchi from Italy

 University of Ferrara

Jeanette Elise Huemer from Norway

 The Arctic University of Norway

Liss Trine Eriksen from Norway

 The Arctic University of Norway

Jeanette Elise Huemer from Norway

 The Arctic University of Norway

Debra L. Wagner from USA

 University of North Florida

Stephpen Lawrence from USA

 Coastal Anesthesia Associates

Janice Melsom from USA

 Flagler Hospital

Rosa Leda Bellini from Brazil

 IQG Heath Services Accreditation

Ana Carla Parra Labigalini Restituti from Brazil

 IQG Heath Services Accreditation

Nancy Adrianna Garofalo from USA

 NorthShore University HealthSystem

Julia Maria das Neves Carvalho from Portugal

 Nursing School of Coimbra

Ana-Bela de Jesus Roldão Caetano from Portugal

 Nursing School of Coimbra

Barbra Pesata from USA

 UF Health

Montserrat Planes from Spain

 University of Girona

Maria Eugenia Gras from Spain

 University of Girona

Miriam Aparecida Barbosa Merighi from Brazil

 University of Sao Paulo

Soon-Rim Suh from Republic of Korea

 Kyungpook National University

Kiyoko Tokunaga from Japan

 Kyoto Koka Women’s University

Kayoko Hirano from Japan

 Takarazuka University

Kim Jeung-Im from Republic of Korea

 Soonchunhyang University

Deborah E Lang from USA

 Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Lizelle Bernhardt from UK

 University of Leicester

 

3rd Nursing Conference would not have been successful if it has not been supported by intercontinental, multi-professional steering committee.

We once again thank all the participants for their wonderful participation towards the event which helped us for effective accomplishment of this event.

 

2nd Nursing Conference 2017 Report

Magnus Group takes a great pride in declaring the “2nd Nursing World Conference” (NWC 2017) which was held in Las Vegas, USA, during October 16- October 18, 2017.

For NWC 2017 Final Program: Click Here

Nursing Conference 2017 Organizing Committee:

Charles Boicey from USA

 American Nursing Informatics Association

Carlos A. Archilla from USA

 Nemours Children’s Hospital

Rose Kearney-Nunnery

 University of South Carolina Beaufort

Ed Mantler from Canada

 Mental Health Commission of Canada

Rose Eva Constantino from USA

 University of Pittsburgh

Lavoy Bray from USA

 American Association for Men in Nursing

Mercy Popoola from USA

 John Glonor University

Daryle Wane from USA

 Pasco-Hernando State College

Georgia Smith-Vest from USA

 Rasmussen College

Gabriel Oluwakotanmi from USA

 Hallmark University

Sandy Blake from New Zealand

 Whanganui District Health Board

Phyllis S. Hansell from USA

 Seton Hall University

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Nursing Conference  2017 Keynote Speakers:

Charles Boicey from USA

American Nursing Informatics Association

Carlos A. Archilla from USA

Nemours Children’s Hospital

Rose Kearney-Nunnery from USA

University of South Carolina Beaufort

Ed Mantler from Canada

Mental Health Commission of Canada

June Anonson from Canada

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Lavoy Bray from USA

American Association for Men in Nursing

Mercy Popoola from USA

John Glonor University

Daryle Wane from USA

Pasco-Hernando State College

Georgia Smith-Vest from USA

Rasmussen College

Gabriel Oluwakotanmi from USA

Hallmark University

Sandy Blake from New Zealand

Whanganui District Health Board

 

Speakers of Nursing Conference  2017:

Day 1: Speakers

LTC Peter Strube from USA

 Rosalind Franklin University

Karen Whitman from USA

 Lincoln Memorial University

Cathleen A. Evans from USA

 Widener University

Mary Val Palumbo from USA

 University of Vermont

Kathleen Suzanne Rindahl from USA

 Fresno State University

Doris Burkey from USA

 Shepherd University

Charlene Romer from USA

 ATI Nursing Education

Gail M Prothe from USA

 Optum Complex Care Management

Carlota Quiban from USA

 Point Loma Nazarene University

Valerie Zielinski from Australia

 St Laurence Training Organisations

Kem Louie from USA

 William Paterson University

Abigail Mitchell from USA

 D’Youville College

Connie Jozwiak-Shields from USA

 D’Youville College

Kenneth Nord from Sweden

 Region Skane

Lasty Balseiro Almario from Mexico

 National Autonomous University of Mexico

Jacalyn Jaspers from USA

 Allen College Waterloo

Zodwa M Manyisa from South Africa

 North West University

 

Day 2: Speakers

Shirley Bristol from USA

 Loma Linda University

Sandra Almeida from New Zealand

 Auckland City Hospital

Traci Stewart from USA

 Madonna University

Larissa Teng from Canada

 North York General Hospital

Linda Jussaume from Canada

 North York General Hospital

Lasty Balseiro Almario from Mexico

 National Autonomous University of Mexico

Hiroko Tadaura from Japan

 International University Health and Welfare Graduate School

Anne-Maria Olphert from UK

 Lincolnshire Partnership Foundation Trust

Wayne D. Nix from USA

 RNvention

Valerie Provan from UK

 Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Momoyo KAWAI from Japan

 Teikyo Heisei University

Badriya Khalifa Al Shamari from Qatar

 Hamad Medical Corporation

Tetsuo Fukawa from Japan

 Institution for Future Welfare

Roaa Sabri Gassas from Saudi Arabia

 King Abdulaziz University

Sudta Parakkamodom from Thailand

 Mahidol University

Jennette S. Logan from USA

 Morgan State University

Malliga Jambulingam from USA

 Morgan State University

Umesh Sharma from USA

 Mayo Clinic Health System

MItch Hagins from Canada

 Studer Group

Stephen Ogbonmwan from UK

 Gable End Medical Services LTD

Mary Nielsen from USA

 Missoula College University of Montana

Fay Mitchell-Brown from USA

 California State University

Kelly Holt from Canada

 St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

Janne Seemann from Denmark

 Aalborg University

Yvonne Ramlall from Canada

 Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Siobhan A. Morse from USA

 Baylor University

Londia L. Goff from USA

 West Virginia University Hospitals

George Reeder from USA

 Northwell Health

Tracey Wilson from USA

 University of Maryland Medical System

Kimberly Bowers from USA

 University of Maryland Medical System

Betty-Ann Pilgrim from Trinidad and Tobago

 Southern Medical Company Ltd

Mikaela Olsen from USA

 The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Arelis Moore de Peralta from USA

 Clemson University

Elizabeth Njoki Waithaka from UK

 Bournemouth University

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Poster Presentations:

Yuka SAEKI from Japan

 Ehime University

Susan Growe from USA

 COI Nevada State College

Melike Yonder Ertem from Turkey

 Abant Izzet Baysal University

Cindy Rivet from USA

 The Miriam Hospital

Linda Dudas from USA

 Magee-Womens Hospital

Abigail Mitchell from USA

 D’Youville College

Connie Jozwiak-Shields from USA

 D’Youville College

Linda Garand from USA

 Duquesne University

Shu-Hui Wang from Taiwan

 National Taiwan University Hospital

Fay Mitchell-Brown from USA

 California State University

Louise Ballesty from Ireland

 Midland Regional Hospital Mullingar

Mary Brann from USA

 University Medical Center of Southern Nevada

Andrea Catrell from USA

 Simmons College

Millicent Ward from USA

 Chamberlain University

Napatchanan Laotaweesuk from Thailand

 Mahidol University

Suchittra Bumrongsawat from Thailand

 Siriraj Hospital

Lynde McKinley from Canada

 Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Leslie D Bolin from USA

 CaroMont Regional Medical Center

Du chunping from China

 Sichuan University

Sooja Kim from Japan

 Kanagawa University of Human services

 

Day 3: Speakers

Nicole Marie Candiff-Llorens from USA

 Tulane University Hospital

Jane Russell from USA

 Good Samaritan Hospital

Julia Ugorji from USA

 University of Marylan

Jaideep Herbert from India

 Vidyanta Skills Development Pvt. Ltd

Ruechuta Molek from Thailand

 Chulabhorn Hospital and Chulabhorn Resarch Institute

Hannah Fulmer from USA

 University of Florida

Andrea Pusey-Murray from Jamaica

 University of Technology

Mpoeetsi Makau from Lesotho

 Ministry of Health

Melike Yonder Ertem from Turkey

 Abant Izzet Baysal University

Shao-Po Huang from Taiwan

 Chang Gung University

Li Simin from China

 Sichuan University

We thank all the participants for their magnificent contribution towards the event which facilitated us for the successful accomplishment of this event.

 

Upcoming Infectious Diseases Conference: 

International Conference on Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology summarize the adequate results of recent analysis on infectious diseases subjects, altogether branches of Medicine, reasons for non-curable diseases, and discuss potential developments in the field. The Highlights give curt evaluations of current trends in Infectious diseases treatment. On an individual themed basis, IDCM stimulate new ways to consider science by providing a forum for discussion—within and across several establishments and fields. IDCM 2019 is happening during September 23-25, 2019 in London, UK.

Recommended Infectious Diseases Conferences: Infectious Diseases Conferences 2019 | Microbiology Conferences | Clinical Microbiology Conferences 2019 | Infection Congress

Dear Colleagues and friends,

It is distinct honour for me to be as an Organizing Committee Member for the International Conference on Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology on September 23-25 in London, UK and privilege to welcome all the participate in this prominent conference. 

In a world where information travels at the speed of broad-band internet, healthcare professionals have a moral and ethical duty to ensure that all the armamentarium available to protect lives is used to its fullest extent, and that all relevant information is shared in a transparent and credible manner.

The topics of the Conference truly reflect the current trends, recent advances and new approaches.  It offers a genuine opportunity for young scientists starting their research activity in the Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology field across the world to present and recognise their achievements.  This gathering of scientists represents an opportunity to make the voice of vaccine science heard. 

Your participation will make the conference an unforgettable scientific endeavour and will stimulate a creative exchange of ideas and contacts also between Industry and Academia.

Best regards,
Pierre A. MORGON, PharmD, LL.M, MBA,
CEO, MRGN Advisors,
Switzerland

Dear Colleagues,

It is my pleasure to invite all the great scientists’ academic people, researchers, entrepreneurs from all over the globe to attend the “International Conference on Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology, IDCM 2019” to be held on 23-25 September, 2019 in London, UK.

The IDCM 2019 conference is focused on infectious diseases including their studies in surgery. The topics of the conference truly reflect the modern trends, recent advances and new techniques in infectious surgical diseases. IDCM 2019 offers a genuine opportunity for young scientists and surgeons starting their activity in infectious diseases and in the surgery fields across the world to present and recognize their achievements.

I’m absolutely sure that your participation make our Conference effective and we’ll know more on correct trends in Surgical Infectious Diseases. IDCM 2019 is a wonderful scientific endeavor. It stimulates a creative exchange of ideas and contacts between science and industry.

We welcome you to the esteemed conference and we look forward to meet you at International Conference on Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology, IDCM 2019 in London, UK.

Sincerely,
Alexey Nikolaevich Severtsev,
Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University,
Russia

Dear participants of IDCM,

My welcome message to you comes from a public health perspective. Several social transformations and transitions are driving infectious disease dynamics, e.g. demographical and epidemiological transitions forcing an adaptation of the health care system, and risk transition towards the emergence and re-emergence of climate-related infectious diseases. In public health and infectious disease epidemiology we focus on settings or livelihoods rather than organ systems or the laboratory like in clinical medicine. Such settings can be the urban setting in the context of increasing urbanisation and the formation of megacities particularly in low- and middle income countries of Africa and Asia. Poverty, invasive population growth and unprofessional use of antimicrobial agents are driving infectious disease spread. Another important dynamic is migration, travel as well as global refugee migration. Prevention and interventions to reduce infectious disease burden will only be efficient when we better understand the population and system patterns in a modernising and globalising world taking into account societal and socioeconomic dynamics.


Alexander Kramer,
School of Public Health,
Bielefeld University,
Germany

Conference Schedule

Time Session
08:00 - 09:00 Registrations
09:00 - 10:30 Opening Ceremony and Introduction
10:30 - 11:00 Refreshments
11:00 - 12:30 Keynote Session I and Keynote Session II
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch with Table Discussions
13:30 - 15:00 Oral Presentations I
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 - 18:00 Poster Presentations I
Time Session
09:00 - 10:30 Keynote Session III and Key Note Session IV
10:30 - 11:00 Refreshments
11:00 - 12:30 Oral Presentations II
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch with Table Discussions
13:30 - 15:00 Poster Presentations II
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 - 18:00 Oral Presentations III
Time Session
09:00 - 10:30 Oral Presentations IV
10:30 - 11:00 Refreshments
11:00 - 12:30 Oral Presentations V
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch with round table discussions
15:00 - 15:30 End Note Session and Closing Ceremony

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