7 – 10 June, 2022
Minor Groove, Umeå University
The aim of this NDPIA course is to provide an in depth understanding of pathogen-vector interaction and transmission dynamics of mosquito-borne pathogen. It will provide better understanding of mosquitoes as vectors of arboviruses and parasites most of which are zoonotic in nature and affect both humans and animals. The course will include various aspects of the mosquito vector including; ecology, biology, population genetics, competence, capacity and how these factors influence transmission to the susceptible host. The course will also cover vector surveillance, identification, diagnostics, prevention and control, as well as application of high-throughput sequencing platforms in virus discovery.
1.5 ECTS. This must be discussed with your University. You will receive a certificate stating the suggested ECTS, your attendance and the workload.
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Registration deadline: April 30th, 2022
UCMR invites you to join the following seminar in the scope of the UCMR Distinguished Guests Seminars Series!
March 15 2022, 14:00-15:00, Zoom
National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases, NIH, USA
Title of the talk: “Host defense against fungi: From the bench to the bedside”
UCMR Distinguished Guests Seminar Series (DGSS) aim to invite outstanding international scientists to present their excellent work. The seminars are open to all researchers in Sweden. The mission of this programme is to inspire researchers in Umeå and to connect the research environment of UCMR to the world.
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Launched in 2004, this FASEB Science Research Conference (SRC) covers the rapidly growing area of microbial glycobiology, from microbial degradation of complex glycans to host-microbe interactions and viral glycobiology.
The conference brings together individuals with an interest in the role of glycans in microbial biology. It is the only international meeting on this topic and provides the ideal environment to exchange ideas and learn about new advances in the ﬁeld. The meeting is structured to encourage engagement between those from a broad spectrum of experience and background.
When: June 12–16, 2022
Where: Lisbon, Portugal
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This five-day intensive course for IBA and NDPIA members introduces antibiotic resistance from a microbial perspective and from a clinical – One Health perspective.
The course gives an in-depth overview on:
When: 4-8 April, 2022
Where: Hjortviken, Gothenburg
Registration deadline: 9 February, 2022
Abstract submission deadline: 20 February, 2022
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