16-18 January 2015, International Conference on Infectious & Tropical Diseases (ICTID), Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The ICTID will focus on infectious and tropical problems in Asia and Africa, and on other global problems such as malaria, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, dengue/other viral fevers, melioidosis, schistosomiasis, hemorrhagic fevers, ricketsioses, diarrheal diseases, sepsis, meningitis, respiratory tract infections, avian influenza, neglected infectious diseases, hepatitis and others.

The target public of ICTID are doctors, nurses, pharmacists, laboratory staff, and last year medical students. The number of the participants is limited to 400. Abstracts from scientists all over the world are welcome, and will be published in a separate international medical journal, together with the lectures.

For more information please contact Professor Dr. Georg Gossius or visit

2-4 February 2015, BioAsia 2015 Hyderabad, India.
The twelfth edition of the widely attended annual convention, is all set to bring together the global industry leaders, researchers, policy makers, innovators, and investors together on one platform discussing the new opportunities in the transition. BioAsia 2015, as a unique meeting platform of leaders from across the industry, will offer the right opportunities to catch the right notes and develop strategies to succeed in emerging markets like India. Join us during BioAsia 2015 and contribute to building an ecosystem that rewards all the stakeholders!

15-18 March 2015, Third International One Health Conference 2015 "Prevention at the Source," Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The 3rd International One Health Congress brings science and policy together aiming at the early recognition and control of emerging (infectious) diseases, now and in the years to come. Prevention at the source is key in controlling (infectious) diseases that have a growing impact on humans, animals and their ecosystems.

This conference brings together the lead scientists in the field of ''ONE HEALTH" research, to act as chair persons and keynote speakers. They range from veterinary Nobel laureate to fundamental and translational/clinical scientists, working in all the relevant medical, veterinary, ecological, and evolutionary fields of 'ONE HEALTH'. The program is the result of in depth discussions by a broad scientific advisory board (SAB) virtually covering the whole field of 'ONE HEALTH'. Round-tables on ongoing crises, including the current Ebola virus and MERS-coronavirus epidemics, will be among the highlights of this uniquely interactive and cutting edge program.

26-29 March 2015, 7th International Congress of the Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control (APSIC 2015), Taipei, Taiwan
The Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control (APSIC) was established in 1998 and is a multi-national and voluntary organization dedicated to the advancement of infection control practice to reduce hospital associated infections, monitor and control emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases and improved patient outcomes. After the first international Congress launched under its name in 2001 in Hong Kong, the Congress is now held every two years.

16-18 April 2015, 2015 HIV Americas Congress, Mexico City, Mexico
This meeting promises a scientific programme with regional relevance, via plenary sessions, Case Study panels and formal and informal discussion. Networking issues for the Region will be a very important part. Faculty will be drawn both from within the region and from international experts. Topics include: Progress in HIV Cure Research, Treatment of Acute HIV infection, HIV/HCV Co-infection, HIV and Tuberculosis, Treatment Strategies - When to Start, etc., Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, Treatment as Prevention, Mother-to-child Transmission and HIV in Women, Adolescents, Vulnerable Populations and Timely Diagnosis, HIV and Co-morbidities, Major HIV Healthcare Issues within the Region, Important Advances in the Last Year, Including Highlights from Key Congresses, Future Trends in Antiretroviral Treatment, Why Do Guidelines Differ?

May 21-22 2015, 3rd International Digital Disease Detection Conference (DDD3), Florence, Italy.
The intention of the Third International Digital Disease Detection Conference is to connect innovators in health and technology to 1) continue to define this emerging field; 2) explore novel data streams and new technologies; 3) host workshops to identify and discuss strengths and weaknesses in surveillance methods, and to promote critique and development of already existing surveillance and diagnostic tools.
Register. Space is very limited. Please register as soon as possible.

Ongoing Web Course: Travel Health 101 Introduction to Providing Pre-Travel Healthcare
This 6-hour course is always available online. Updated yearly and on an as-needed basis as vaccine information changes. Attendees can sign up online and will have 2 months to watch the course videos, plus they can contact the presenter with questions. CME / CNE approved.