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DC/Global Policy Update

Posted 14 May 2024

Read the May 2024 DC/Global Policy update here.

Malaria Front and Center in Washington, DC

Posted 13 May 2024

April-May 2024 were busy months for ASTMH in Washington, DC, with the Society engaged in several policy-related meetings and events focused on a range of topics, from neglected tropical disease to pandemic preparedness and response. 

Nominate A Colleague for an ASTMH Medal

Posted 8 May 2024

The 2024 Walter Reed Medal, Bailey K. Ashford Medal, Clara Southmayd Ludlow Medal and Joseph Augustin LePrince Medal are open. Submit a nomination by May 29. Only ASTMH members may submit a nomination; however, non-members are eligible to receive a nomination for a medal.

New Members, April 2024

Posted 7 May 2024

More than 300 people from 50 different countries registered to become ASTMH members in April.

2024 Invitation Letters

Posted 25 April 2024

Thinking about attending the 2024 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA, in November? Invitation letters for travel approval assistance are now available.

In Memoriam: 2020 President Joel Breman

Posted 18 April 2024

The Society mourns the loss of 2020 President Joel G. Breman, MD, DTPH, FIDSA, FASTMH,  a dedicated leader in the smallpox eradication program, a pioneer in the discovery of the Ebola virus, and part of the global fight to control and eliminate malaria, among many other scourges.

Young Investigator Awards

Posted 17 April 2024

Deadline: April 24. Each year, ASTMH recognizes the outstanding  work of upcoming researchers through the  presentation of the Young Investigator  Award, a yearly competition held during the first day of the Annual Meeting. This award encourages young scientists to pursue careers  in various aspects of tropical disease research.

Non-CDC Options for Molecular and Serologic Testing for Parasitic Diseases

Posted 16 April 2024

This list of resources should not be considered as any endorsement by ASTMH, CDC/Division of Parasitic Disease and Malaria, CLIA, any accrediting body, nor should it be considered comprehensive.
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