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  • Publication

    Using Lessons Learned from Previous Ebola Outbreaks to Inform Current Risk Management

    Connecting Organizations for Regional Disease Surveillance (CORDS), together with the Southern African Centre for Infectious Disease Surveillance, organized an emergency meeting (September 1–2, 2014, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) to gather and collate first-hand experience from past Ebola outbreaks. The major aim was to identify key lessons that could inform current risk management. This meeting brought together a unique assembly consisting of scientists, policymakers, community and religious leaders, traditional healers, and media representatives from eastern and central Africa. They elucidated 3 major lessons that focus on improving communication, working with communities, and building and strengthening local capacity.

    Connecting Organizations for Regional Disease Surveillance (CORDS)

    Connecting Organizations for Regional Disease Surveillance (CORDS), together with the Southern African Centre for Infectious Disease Surveillance, organized an emergency meeting (September 1–2, 2014, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) to gather and collate first-hand experience from past Ebola outbreaks. The major aim was to identify key lessons that could inform current risk management. This meeting brought together a unique assembly consisting of scientists, policymakers, community and religious leaders, traditional healers, and media representatives from eastern and central Africa. They elucidated 3 major lessons that focus on improving communication, working with communities, and building and strengthening local capacity.

  • Read

    Nature: Infection Forecasts Powered by Big Data

    This Outlook article in Nature examines the role of digital epidemiology and participatory surveillance in early detection and forecasting of disease outbreaks. The article touches on Ending Pandemics’ projects such as Flu Near You and EpiCore and includes quotes from grantees John Brownstein and Larry Madoff.  

    This Outlook article in Nature examines the role of digital epidemiology and participatory surveillance in early detection and forecasting of disease outbreaks. The article touches on Ending Pandemics’ projects such as Flu Near You and EpiCore and includes quotes from grantees John Brownstein and Larry Madoff.  

  • Apply

    SSI/ISID Fellowships

    The SSI/ISID Infectious Diseases Research Fellowship Program, jointly sponsored by ISID and the Swiss Society for Infectious Diseases (SSI), is now accepting applications for a one-year multidisciplinary clinical and laboratory training* at select biomedical institutions in Switzerland. The SSI/ISID Fellowship Program supports infectious disease physicians and scientists from under-resourced countries or Eastern Europe. Opportunities are available for training and research in a variety of areas ranging from basic studies of the mechanism of disease to studies in public health, epidemiology, diagnostics, therapeutics or vaccine development. The application deadline is April 1.

    The SSI/ISID Infectious Diseases Research Fellowship Program, jointly sponsored by ISID and the Swiss Society for Infectious Diseases (SSI), is now accepting applications for a one-year multidisciplinary clinical and laboratory training* at select biomedical institutions in Switzerland. The SSI/ISID Fellowship Program supports infectious disease physicians and scientists from under-resourced countries or Eastern Europe. Opportunities are available for training and research in a variety of areas ranging from basic studies of the mechanism of disease to studies in public health, epidemiology, diagnostics, therapeutics or vaccine development. The application deadline is April 1.

  • Attend

    One Health International Conference 2017, Dec 14-15

    The aim of One Health International Conference 2017 is to provide international venue for One Health junior researchers to present their findings and to provide international senior researchers to present their One Health achievements and implications for One Health practice. This conference is designed to integrate expertise drawn from a variety of disciplines in One Health community, including medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, social sciences, engineering, agricultural and environmental sciences to improve the health of people, animals and the planet.

    The aim of One Health International Conference 2017 is to provide international venue for One Health junior researchers to present their findings and to provide international senior researchers to present their One Health achievements and implications for One Health practice. This conference is designed to integrate expertise drawn from a variety of disciplines in One Health community, including medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, social sciences, engineering, agricultural and environmental sciences to improve the health of people, animals and the planet.

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