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Washington, DC Update

Posted 12 May 2022

Read the May 2022 Washington, DC update here.

2020-21 Kean Fellows Adapt to COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted 11 May 2022

Kean Fellows have needed to be adaptive and tenacious the last couple of years.Restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic and other unforeseen challenges, have forced some fellows to alter their original plans.

In Memoriam: Thomas R. Klei, PhD

Posted 4 May 2022

The Society mourns the loss of longtime member Thomas R. Klei, PhD, a member of The Onchocerciasis Vaccine for Africa (TOVA) Consortium and one of the world's leading experts in the development and testing of experimental models of human and animal filarial infections.

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

Posted 27 April 2022

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.

World Malaria Day 2022

Posted 20 April 2022

In observance of World Malaria Day, we asked a sampling of our malaria expert members the following question: What motivates you to keep going in your malaria work during the recent setbacks from COVID-19?

ASTMH at Work in COVID-19

Posted 20 April 2022

ASTMH is actively represented in just about every aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic. See a sample of where members have appeared in the public spotlight during the last few months.

CDC Responds to ASTMH About the Pause in Its Parasitic Diseases Laboratory

Posted 18 April 2022

ASTMH’s Clinical Group members recently submitted questions to CDC inquiring about the pause in testing services by CDC’s Parasitic Diseases Laboratory in the Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria (DPDM). In CDC’s ongoing commitment to sharing information with the ASTMH community, CDC provided the following responses April 11, 2022. Updates will be provided as they become available.

Statement: War in Ukraine a Massive Humanitarian Crisis That Could Widen Into Even Greater Tragedy

Posted 17 April 2022

The escalating war in Ukraine has resulted in a massive humanitarian crisis with the potential for even greater—and widening—tragedy in the upcoming months. 
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