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Plenary speakers / Roundtable chairs

Matthew Baylis

University of Liverpool, UK

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Felicia Keesing

Bard College, USA

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Rachel Lowe

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

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David Taylor

National University of Singapore, Singapore

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Xiaoxu Wu

Beijing Normal University, China

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Invited speakers

Roman Carrasco

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Session: Biodiversity and infectious diseases

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Wang Yi-Chen

National university of Singapore, Singapore

Session: Water-borne diseases/aquatic hazards & environmental change

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Ng Lee Ching

NEA – Environmental Health Institute, Singapore

Session: Climate change & infectious diseases (including vector borne diseases)

Assoc Prof Ng Lee Ching is the Director of Environmental Health Institute (EHI), a national environmental health facility in Singapore.

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Guéladio Cissé

Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland

Session: Food-borne diseases

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Claudia Codeco

Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz), Brazil

Session: Land use change, food security and infectious diseases

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Alex Cook

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Session: Neglected and emerging diseases & environmental change

Dr Alex Cook is an Associate Professor in the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health (SSHSPH) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) where he is also the Vice Dean (Research).

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Angel Hsu

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Session: New innovations in citizens’ involvement in mitigating/avoiding infectious disease outbreaks in a rapidly changing world

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Cadhla Firth

James Cook University, Australia

Session: Urbanisation

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Mark Stevenson

University of Melbourne, Australia

Session: New environments and new biosecurity risks

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Adrian Tompkins

ICTP, Italy

Session: Weekly to seasonal prediction and early warning of climate-sensitive disease risk

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Indra Vythilingam

University of Malaya, Malaysia

Session: Environmental change, zoonoses and co-infection

Indra Vythilingam (PhD) is currently a Professor in the Department of Parasitology, University of Malaya (UM), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Speaker to be announced

Session: Extreme events/disaster preparedness (including heat waves, storms, floods)

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To contribute to the programme please visit the submit abstract page: the deadline for submission of abstracts is
17 January 2020.