12th International Conference on Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics of Infectious Diseases
11-13 December, 2014, The Royal River Hotel, Bangkok
Join us in Thailand for the leading conference on the molecular evolution of all pathogens: viruses, pathogenic bacteria, fungi, parasites and prions. MEEGID XII will give special emphasis to health problems of South East Asia through plenary lectures, specialized symposia, and poster sessions.
I am pleased to be able to invite you to the 12th International Meeting on Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics of Infectious Diseases (MEEGID XII) which will be held at the Royal River Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, 11-13 December 2014 ....View full invitation here
Catherine Walton, Computational Evolutionary Biology Group, University of Manchester, UK
Submissions are invited on the following conference topics:
Genetics, genomics, proteomics, population biology, mathematical modeling and bioinformatics. Submissions can deal with the host, the pathogen, or the vector in case of vector-borne diseases
Host + pathogen or pathogen + vector (co-evolution)
All pathogens, including: viruses; parasitic protozoa; helminthes; fungal organisms and prions
All infectious models, including those of veterinary or agronomical relevance
Cancer and infectious diseases
Together, the MEEGID congress series and its companion journal,Infection, Genetics and Evolution represent the main forum for cross-fertilization between evolutionary science and biomedical research on infectious diseases.
Attendance at this conference will enable you to access unique, high-quality content, learn about the latest developments in infectious diseases and epidemiology research from experts in the field, present your latest research to your peers and network with an interdisciplinary group from around the world - including academics and researchers,
as well as health and industry professionals.
What previous delegates said:
“This is the most important conference regarding worldwide evolutionary trends in current infectious agents.”
“I appreciated the broad representation of different biological systems and their associated evolutionary mechanisms.”
“High academic level of the speakers.”
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