ASM to host 2013 Biodefense and Emerging Illnesses Research Meeting from Feb.

Related StoriesPatients with Down syndrome face additional challenge of early-onset dementiaDeaths from avoidable risk factors: an interview with Dr Ali Mokdad, IHMEAnalyzing potential TB vaccine This meeting is intended for scientists, public health researchers and policy makers who have to be informed about the most recent scientific developments. The meeting will include a number of keynote addresses by leaders in the field of biodefense and poster classes presenting up-to-the-minute cutting-edge study on biothreat brokers, vaccines, detection and diagnostic procedures, plant and animal pathogens, global surveillance, and other essential topics. Highlighted topics consist of: H5N1: TWELVE MONTHS Later Bats As Sources of Emerging Infectious Diseases Emergence of A FRESH Pathogenic Coronavirus: Are We Witnessing the Beginning of Another SARS-like Pandemic, Or Not really!.In the December and April problems Subsequent research summaries will end up being published. Related StoriesHealthcare technology sociable event of the year opens entriesUAB study aims to supply improved care related to reproductive health of ladies with CFPRN Training course for rehabilitation nurses available these days online As AACN's bimonthly clinical practice journal for great acuity, critical and progressive care nurses, CCN is a reliable source for information related to the bedside care and attention of critically and acutely ill sufferers. ‘Our partnership with The Cochrane Collaboration allows us to provide our readers with even more research-related articles,’ stated CCN Editor Grif Alspach, RN, MSN, EdD.