18th International Conference
Virology and Infectious Diseases
April 25-26, 2024
– Previous Conference Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe –
LUCA M. VAINA
AIKATERINI ZIAKA, PYLAIA-CHORTIATIS
Central Macedonia, Greece
A huge thanks to all our amazing partners. We couldn’t have a conference without you!
A huge thanks to all our amazing partners. We couldn’t have a conference without you!
With great pleasure ConferenceMinds welcome all the participants across the World to attend the “18th International Conference on Virology And Infectious Diseases” going to be held on April 25-26, 2024 in Rome, Italy
Theme: Emergence, Insight of New Techniques in Infectious Diseases & Prevention, Control
This conference provides a firm platform for scientists, researchers, professors, engineers, directors of various companies, industrial professionals, and students in the field of microbiology, virology, infectious diseases, and other related fields to share their knowledge. We also take massive pleasure in welcoming various professionals from distinct countries all over the world.
Infectious disease conference 2024 is an international platform for building research works and therapeutic findings and disorders related to microbial diseases, viruses, and infections caused by bacteria, and fungi. These types of diseases may be caused due to water-borne, food-borne, and airborne in human beings as well as in plants and animals. When it comes to microbiology and virology microbes are characterized as the heart of most of the solutions to the pressing problems in the world. It also represents the increasing importance of human mortality around the globe; thereby vaccination and vaccine development plays a significant role in terms of global health.
HYBRID EVENT: Embrace the flexibility to be part of the event either in person at the venue or virtually from the convenience of your home or workplace.
Target Audience : Infectious disease conference 2024
- Directors, Board Members, Presidents, Vice Presidents
- Deans and Head of the Departments
- Business Entrepreneurs and Industrialists
- Infectious Diseases Researchers, Scientists, Faculties, Students
- Infectious Diseases Associations and Societies
- Medical Colleges, Hospitals & Labs
- Pharmaceutical Companies and Industries
- Medical devises Manufacturing Companies
- Drug Manufacturing Companies and Industries
- Laboratory Technicians and Diagnostic Companies
Session 1: Infectious Diseases
Infectious diseases are conditions caused by various microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. While many of these organisms coexist harmlessly on or within our bodies, under specific conditions, they can lead to illness. Transmission can occur through person-to-person contact, insect or animal bites, consumption of contaminated food or water, or exposure to environmental organisms. Symptoms vary depending on the infecting organism but often include fever and fatigue. Mild infections may be managed with rest and home remedies, while severe cases may require hospitalization. Vaccines play a crucial role in preventing infectious diseases like measles and chickenpox, and regular hand-washing is essential for protection against most infections.
Session 2: Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
The study of infectious diseases’ prevalence, incidence, and determinants in populations falls under the domain of epidemiology. Despite medical advancements, infectious diseases remain significant contributors to global morbidity and mortality. Epidemiologists not only investigate infection rates and risk factors but also implement interventions at both individual and community levels. These interventions aim to prevent infections (primary prevention) and, for those already infected, hinder disease progression (secondary prevention) or disease-related complications and death (tertiary prevention).
Session 3: Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases
The diagnosis of microbial infections involves assessing clinical and immunological features to formulate a diagnostic hypothesis. Anatomic localization through physical and radiological examinations is common in clinical diagnosis. A collaborative effort between clinicians and laboratory technicians is crucial. Lab technicians select appropriate tests and specimens, suggesting potential etiologic agents based on infectious syndromes and courses. Effective communication between clinicians and laboratory personnel enhances diagnostic accuracy.
Session 4: Infection Prevention, Control, and Treatment
Effective infection prevention and control in healthcare settings are vital to reduce disease transmission. Practices such as sanitation, handwashing, and ensuring food and water safety play key roles. Vaccination is an essential strategy for infection prevention. Antimicrobial agents are utilized to prevent infections caused by various microorganisms.
Session 5: Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases
Emerging infectious diseases, previously unrecognized or those increasing in frequency or prevalence, pose challenges to public health. Re-emerging infectious diseases are those experiencing a resurgence after a significant decline. Globalization, environmental changes, and human behavior contribute to the emergence and re-emergence of infectious diseases.
Session 6: Antimicrobial Agents
Antimicrobial agents, substances that inhibit microbial growth, are crucial in managing infections. These agents, derived from various sources, are highly regulated to ensure safety and efficacy. Common antimicrobial agents include silver, copper, and metal pyrithione, used in paints and textiles.
Session 7: STD and Contact Diseases
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) result from infections transmitted through sexual contact. Bacteria, parasites, yeast, and viruses can cause STDs such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and HIV/AIDS. Prevention includes safe practices and vaccination. STD rates, particularly among young adults, emphasize the importance of education and prevention strategies.
Session 8: Bacterial Infectious Diseases
Bacterial infections, caused by harmful bacteria, can affect various areas of the body, leading to conditions like pneumonia and meningitis. Bacteria exhibit different shapes and classifications, influencing treatment decisions based on characteristics such as Gram staining.
Session 9: Fungal Infectious Diseases
Fungal infections, common in nature, occur when pathogenic fungi overwhelm the body’s defenses. While some fungi are beneficial, others cause infections that can be challenging to treat.
Session 10: Neglected & Tropical Infectious Diseases
Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), prevalent in tropical conditions, are caused by various pathogens. Over a billion people globally suffer from these diseases, leading to significant health burdens.
Session 11: Parasitic Infectious Diseases
Protozoa and helminths cause parasitic infections, contributing to substantial morbidity and mortality, particularly in impoverished tropical areas.
Session 12: Viral Infections
Viral infections, characterized by rapid onset and often short-lived symptoms, include diseases like influenza and viral hemorrhagic fever.
Session 13: Recent Outbreaks and their Control
Despite vaccines, preventable infectious diseases still cause outbreaks. Understanding the reasons behind these outbreaks is crucial for effective control measures.
Session 14: Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Pediatric infectious diseases refer to infections in children caused by bacteria, fungi, parasites, or other rare agents. Management involves specialized care, especially for those with immune disorders.
Session 15: Food and Water Borne Infections
Contaminated food or water can cause foodborne diseases, with symptoms ranging from flu-like to gastrointestinal. Proper preparation and processing are essential for prevention.
Session 16: Pulmonary and Chest Infections
Infections affecting the lungs or airways are known as chest infections. Viruses and bacteria can cause respiratory conditions like pneumonia and bronchitis.
Session 17: Dental and Oral Infectious Diseases
Oral infectious diseases occur in the mouth and entrance of the digestive tract. Common infections include dental caries, periodontal diseases, and oral tissue membrane diseases. Periodontal infections are prevalent in adults.
– Tracks & Key Topics –
- COVID 19
- Clinical Microbiology
- Microbes and Infectious Disease
- Clinical Pathology
- Bacterial and Viral Vaccines
- Medical Microbiology
- Food Microbiology
- Industrial Microbiology
- Microbial Genetics
- Microbial Laboratory
- Diagnosis and treatment of infectious disease