Celebrating 100 years of tropical medicine in Townsville.

11th to 14th June 2010.

  • ACTM 19th Annual Scientific Meeting
  • 25th AIMS Annual North Queensland Conference, Queensland Tropical Division
  • James Cook University 40th Anniversary

There is still time to jump on the bandwagon: pre-conference workshops are not all fully booked. There is also room for a few more delegates during the weekend conference, which is packed with good tropical medicine, pathology, medical science and tropical public health [programme].

Masterclass in Tropical Medicine

James Cook University Anton Brienl Centre; Friday 11th June, 2010

A/Prof T Inglis Introduction to Arbovirus Infections
Mr R Bradbury Helminths
Prof R Speare Trypanosomiasis
Prof Santanu Traveller’s Diarrhoea: impact and prevention
Dr S Graves

Rickettsial Disease

Conference highlights

  • Keynote Address: Emeritus Professor David Warrell – Snake bite envenoming: 100 years of Australian contributions to combating the world’s most neglected tropical disease
  • Robert Steffen: Risk and prevention of neurological infections in travellers
  • Rod Campbell AM: The Robert Hirst Memorial Lecture: Modern microbiology in the tropics
  • Santanu Chatterjee: Destination India

[conference or workshop registration]

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