A Global Symposium on ‘The Climate Change and Emergence of Infectious Diseases’, which will be held on 28-29 May 2015 at Institut Pasteur Korea.
Global warming has serious implications for various aspects of human life and the main effects are on infectious diseases. This symposium will examine the current strategies for and state of international, regional, and national prevention, preparedness, and response to the climate change and emerging infectious disease.
It will provide a forum for the international infectious diseases community, academics, industry researchers, government officials, and policy makers to present their recent achievements, exchange ideas, and develop a new vision for future preparedness.
Will be wellcome by Dr Ji-Young Min, Head of Respiratory Viruses Rseearch Laboratory, Institut Pasteur Korea, Korean institutions (Korea Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention, Korea National Science and Technology Council, Korea National Institute of Health, Korea University, and Wonkwang University) and international organizations (HKU-Pasteur Research Pole,US CDC, NIAID, NIH, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Vietnam National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Singapore Immunology Network, Institut Pasteur Dakar, Kyorin University in Japan that support or will be partner in the very next future with the Institut Pasteur Korea.
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