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© 2019 International Society for Infectious Diseases

19TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS

ON INFECTIOUS DISEASES

Global Challenges - Local Solutions

#ICID2020

20-23 FEBRUARY 2020
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - KUALA LUMPUR CONVENTION CENTRE
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT DEADLINE

18 DECEMBER 2019

THE CONGRESS

Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
20-23 February 2020

The International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID) is collaborating with the Malaysian Society of Infectious Diseases and Chemotherapy (MSIDC) for the 19th International Congress on Infectious Diseases (ICID).

The 19th ICID features an expanded range of sessions by bringing the One Health aspect to the world of clinical infectious diseases and microbiology. The One Health Concept recognizes the commonality of human, environmental and animal health and is critical to understanding, managing and preventing emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases globally. From antimicrobial resistance, Nipah virus and rabies to the effects of climate change, loss of biodiversity, and political instability on infectious diseases, looking through the One Health lens will provide invaluable insights across species and specialties. Connect with colleagues from a wide range of countries and specialties to exchange knowledge, create new ideas and start collaborations. 

Innovation

  • Bold ideas, disruptive approaches

  • Uncovering insights, shaping solutions

  • Infectious disease innovations for a digital world

Implementation

  • Applicable solutions for various resource settings

  • Implementation of recommendations into day-to-day practice and public health

  • Diagnostics, infection prevention and management - implementation science

Global Networking

  • Sparking and sharing new knowledge to prevent, manage and treat infectious diseases

  • Five sessions reserved for oral abstract presentations, 800+ poster presentations

  • Awards, travel grants, abstract competitions and more

Career Development

  • Leadership skills development

  • Grant application strategies; manuscript writing and publication strategies

  • Mentorship and networking

ENVIRONMENTAL FLUX AND EMERGING/RE-REMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES
PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS
REGIONAL HIGH PRIORITY PATHOGENS
ENVIRONMENTAL FLUX AND EMERGING/RE-REMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES
PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS
REGIONAL HIGH PRIORITY PATHOGENS

CONGRESS TOPICS

ENVIRONMENTAL FLUX AND EMERGING/
RE-REMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES
GLOBAL AMR CONTROL
PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS
REGIONAL HIGH PRIORITY PATHOGENS
TUBERCULOSIS AND RESPIRATORY DISEASES
VACCINE PREVENTABLE DISEASES
HIV AND VIRAL HEPATITIS
THE GLOBAL RISE OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
FUNGAL INFECTIONS
THE SCIENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
INFECTIOUS DISEASES MANAGEMENT UPDATES
MICROBIOLOGY AND DIAGNOSTICS

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE 19TH ICID?

  • Adult and pediatric infectious disease specialists

  • Laboratory specialists in microbiology and virology

  • Public health specialists and epidemiologists

  • Infection prevention and control practitioners

  • Pharmacists

  • Veterinarians and environmental health practitioners working in the One Health area

  • Infectious diseases, microbiology and virology fellows and trainees at every level

  • Infectious diseases research scientists and those in training

  • General practitioners, internal medicine practitioners, pulmonary and critical care practitioners and others who care for patients with infectious diseases

  • Emergency preparedness professionals

  • Policy makers

  • Nurses

  • Students 

2,500

100

45

100

Participants
Countries Represented
Sessions
Speakers

SPONSORS

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