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Statement: Society Alarmed at Administration’s Proposal to Slash Funding that Protects America’s Health and Well-Being

Posted 16 March 2017

ASTMH, the largest international scientific organization of tropical infectious disease experts, strongly disagrees with the Trump Administration’s budget proposal, revealed on March 16, that will slash funding to critical scientific research across government agencies designed to protect Americans’ health and well-being.

Free Webinar Resource: Submitting An Abstract

Posted 16 March 2017

The 2017 Call for Abstracts is now open. See tips and techniques for writing a high-quality abstract to help you present your topic accurately in this webinar from ASTMH recorded March 8. Review the FAQs submitted by attendees.

Washington, DC Update

Posted 15 March 2017

Read the March 2017 Washington, DC update here.

ASTMH Has Continued Concerns About President Trump’s New Executive Order Restricting Travel

Posted 14 March 2017

The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, the largest international scientific organization of experts dedicated to reducing the worldwide burden of tropical infectious diseases and improving global health, remains concerned that President Trump’s Executive Order Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States (March 6, 2017) continues to have negative consequences for the health and welfare of the American people.

Member Q&A: ASTMH Councilor Abdoulaye Djimde, PharmD, PhD

Posted 13 March 2017

Abdoulaye Djimde, PharmD, PhD, was elected to the ASTMH Council in 2016. He is the Society’s first international Councilor. Prof. Djimde has a long association with ASTMH. He is a 20-year member and has missed only two Annual Meetings during that time. He also earned his PhD while working as a graduate student with two ASTMH Past Presidents, Christopher V. Plowe at the University of Maryland and Thomas E. Wellems at the NIH.

Happy 100th Birthday Harry Hoogstraal

Posted 15 February 2017

February 24, 2017, is the century mark for Harry Hoogstraal, one of the most influential medical entomologists of our time. Learn more about Harry and the Hoogstraal Medal awarded each year at the Annual Meeting.

Evidence-Based U.S. Policies on Migration and Global Health are Essential

Posted 14 February 2017

Following the Annual Meeting in Atlanta in November, the Council reflected on the mission of the Society and our responsibility to have the voice of the research community in the national and international dialogue. To that end, the Executive Committee authored the following Perspective, available now in AJTMH.

Steve Higgs Reflects on His 2016 Presidency

Posted 13 February 2017

Past President Stephen Higgs, PhD, FRES, FASTMH, reflected on his year leading the ASTMH Council—the greatest accomplishments, changes seen and things yet to come for the Society.
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