International Society for Neglected Tropical Diseases: Coinfection, one-day conference

International Society for Neglected Tropical Diseases holds a one-day conference focusing on coinfection within NTDs and global health.

The conference will be held on 12th February at The Wellcome Trust. The aim is to assess the impact of the Big 3: HIV, Malaria and Tuberculosis on the future diagnosis, research and treatment of NTDs.

The organisers hope for the event to be an important day for multidisciplinary partnership and collaboration building in the fight against NTDs.

Programme of the conference
Session 1    Coinfection: Dynamics & Healthcare Implications
Session 2    Impact of "Big 3" (TB, HIV and malaria) on Future Treatment Paradigms within NTDs
Session 3    Healthcare Systems & Coinfection: Mobilising Resources Across Diseases & Patient Pool
Session 4    Infections & Coinfections: Disease Surveillance
Programme details

There’s an early bird registration until the 31st January, with significant discounts for academics, students and members. Register via the website.

For those who are not able to attend output from this meeting  will be published on ISNTD’s website's Multimedia Resource Centre.

More details about the society itself can be found on


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