Grand Invitation from Conference Series LLC to participants from all over the world to attend “4th International Congress on Infectious Diseases” held during May 11-12, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Workshops and Exhibitions.
Why to Attend?
Microbial Infection has become major problem and challenges human survival. Among other causes of human deaths it took major rank. Infection caused by these little bugs will continue to emerge and re-emerge that leads to unpredictable epidemics. Research and Medical therapeutic studies are need to be continue on these emerging infections to know the evolutionary properties of pathogenic microorganisms, and their dynamic relationships between hosts and the environment.
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The Infection Congress 2017 conference will be organized with the theme “Exploring recent outbreaks, advances & technologies in treatment & research of Infectious Diseases”.
Health Care Associations & Societies
Health Care Professionals
Current antibiotic market and preventable or treatable diseases
Emerging new approaches and technologies in antibiotic resistance
Leading companies analysis and their strategies
Resistance trends and geographic analysis
Upcoming regulatory trends
- Infection and Immune System
- Host and Microbial Genetics
- Infections from Contaminated Pharmaceuticals or Counterfeit Medications
- Foodborne & Waterborne Illnesses
- Emergence and Pathogenesis of Coronaviruses
- Nosocomial Infections
- Pediatric Infections
- Hemorrhagic Fevers
- New or Rapid Diagnostics
- Therapeutic Interventions in Rare Diseases
- Antimicrobial Resistance
- Infection Control and Epidemiology
- Drug metabolism in microorganisms
- New Opportunities for Tuberculosis Control