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In Memoriam: Michael Gottlieb, PhD

Posted 7 May 2021

The Society mourns the loss of Michael Gottlieb, PhD, a Councilor from 1996 to 2000, researcher, teacher, study section member, and program leader at NIAID and the Foundation for NIH. 

In Memoriam: Pauline Huntington Peralta, PhD

Posted 3 May 2021

The Society mourns the loss of microbiologist, virologist and mentor Pauline Huntington Peralta, PhD.

In Memoriam: Major General (Ret) Philip King Russell, MD, FASTMH

Posted 14 April 2021

The Society mourns the loss of our President in 1983, an active and beloved member who received many of the Society’s highest awards

Washington, DC Update

Posted 14 April 2021

Read the April 2021 Washington, DC update here.

Find COVID-19 Resources Here

Posted 7 April 2021

Find a list of COVID-19 resources here, including links to U.S and global health resources, scientific publications, academic institutions, other science societies and the private sector.

ASTMH at Work in COVID-19

Posted 5 April 2021

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.

Work for ASTMH

Posted 3 April 2021

The Society is seeking a Program Coordinator to support the increasing size and complexity of the Scientific Program and work of the Scientific Program Committee.

Diversity Will Always Be Our Strength

Posted 2 April 2021

The growing number of violent acts against Asians and people of Asian descent seen most recently in Atlanta (USA), as well as other countries, must be recognized as horrific and xenophobic, and must not be tolerated. 
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