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Washington, DC Update

Posted 12 July 2019

Read the July 2019 Washington, DC update here.

Meet Your ASTMH Staff

Posted 11 July 2019

In February, ASTMH became a self-managed Society. We are using this occasion to introduce the Society's staff, like Rebecca Hamel, Development Manager.

U.S. Must Ensure Resources to Adequately Address the Healthcare Issues of Migrants

Posted 1 July 2019

As a society of scientists and clinicians that understand firsthand the health conditions impoverished and desperate people around the world face, ASTMH implores Congress and the Administration to ensure that the resources are available to adequately address the healthcare issues of migrants. It’s the right thing to do and the smart thing to do. 

Registration is Open

Posted 17 June 2019

Register now for the 2019 Annual Meeting, November 20-24 in National Harbor, Maryland USA (adjacent to Washington, DC) for world-class research findings, clinical updates, and topical discussions from the world’s brightest scientific experts and thought leaders. 

This Year's Keynotes Transformed Women’s and Children’s Health in India

Posted 14 June 2019

Abhay and Rani Bang, founders of the Society for Education, Action and Research in Community Health (SEARCH) in India, to open the 2019 Annual Meeting

Washington, DC Update

Posted 13 June 2019

Read the April 2019 Washington, DC update here.

Meet Your ASTMH Staff

Posted 13 June 2019

In February, ASTMH became a self-managed Society. We are using this occasion to introduce the Society's staff, like Brenda Howe, Meeting Manager.

Ebola in the DRC: When One of Us Is at Risk, All Are at Risk

Posted 20 May 2019

The Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a crisis of international magnitude in the making. ASTMH is alarmed at the lack of attention and funding this outbreak has received. We are eager to work with decision-makers, government leaders, researchers, NGOs and community health workers in a worldwide collaborative program to bring this terrible outbreak to an end.
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