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Second International Conference on Zika Virus and Aedes Related Infections

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Start Date: 2018-06-14
End Date: 2018-06-17
Time: 7:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Phone: 972-3-517-5150

Location: Hilton Tallinn Park, Fr.R. Kreutzwaldi 23, Tallinn, 10147, Estonia

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Aedes related infections have become a concern and continue to be a global threat with Europe being one of the affected areas. While the first conference in the series centered on Zika alone, the second Zika conference will include other Aedes related infections. 

 

Recently Aedes related autochtonus infections of Chikungunya and Dengue have been increasingly reported. In addition, Zika virus is still circulating around the globe and continues to pose a scientific challenge with numerous unanswered aspects. The disease has an enormous impact on mothers, families, childbearing women and travelers. Despite many published papers there remain a lot of gaps, even though new information is constantly coming to light. 

 

Our conference aims to bring together a multi-disciplinary spectrum of physicians, public health practitioners and researchers, in various related fields, to share knowledge, discuss new findings and new future proceedings.

 

The content of this conference will include: epidemiology and clinical aspects of Aedes related infections, gynecological aspects and follow up with children born to Zika infected mothers. In addition, virology aspects, diagnostic methods, new therapy and vaccine production as well as new methods of mosquito control all will be discussed in the meeting.

 

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available. Please visit the website for further information.

 

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Registration rates start from: EUR 400

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Organized by :  Target Conferences Email : [email protected]

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