The Third International Conference will include all Aedes related infections in addition to Zika. Aedes related infections have become a concern and continue to be a global threat: with epidemics significantly increasing in South America and western countries, including Europe being under threat.
Recently Aedes related outbreak of Yellow Fever has been dominant in Brazil and several countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, although the prevalence of Zika virus is in decline, it is still in circulation around the globe and continues to pose a scientific challenge with numerous unanswered aspects. The disease has an enormous impact on mothers, families, childbearing women and travelers.
Abstract submissions for poster and oral presentations are welcome. Topics include but are not limited to those listed below:
Epidemiology and Impact on Demography
In the Pipeline: Drugs, Vaccines, New Anti-Mosquito Methods
Pregnancy and the Fetus
Travelers and Zika
Psycho-Social Impact of Congenital Zika
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