Meegid XIII

Speakers

  • Timothy J. C. Anderson, Texas Biomedical Research Institute, USA
    Talk Title: Schistosomiasis: from devastating parasitic disease  to tractable model system
  • Kevin Ariën, Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde, Antwerp, Belgium
    Talk Title: Molecular epidemiology and evolution of Ebola – new insights from the West African outbreak
  • Francisco J. Ayala, UC, Irvine, USA
    Talk Title: Species and Subspecies Concepts in the Animal Kingdom
  • Bouke de Jong, Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde, Antwerp, Belgium
    Talk Title: Use of mycobacterial genomes to measure the impact of man-made problems and solutions for TB control
  • Jean-Claude Dujardin, Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde, Antwerp, Belgium
    Talk Title: Evolution and revolution in Trypanosomatids: a phylogenomic approach
  • Jean-Pierre Dujardin, UMR 177, INTERTRYP, CIRAD-IRD, France
  • Fernando González Candelas, Universitat de València, Spain
    Talk Title: A population genetics view of virus evolutionRalph Huits, Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde, Antwerp, Belgium
    Talk Title: Zikavirus 2016: Public Enemy No. 1?
  • Serge Morand, Université Montpellier 2, France
    Talk Title: Wildlife-borne diseases and habitats in Southeast Asian changing environments
  • Martine Peeters, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), France
    Talk Title: Recent advances on HIV molecular epidemiology and evolution
  • Manuela Sironi, Bioinformatics - Scientific Institute IRCCS E.MEDEA, Italy
    Talk Title: Pathogens as a main driving evolutionary force in human evolution (will be focused on human variability
  • Steve M. Taylor, Duke University School of Medicine, USA
    Talk Title: When a house is not a home: red cell variants that neutralize malaria parasites
  • Alex Van Belkum, bioMérieux Inc, France
    Talk Title: Academic versus industrial approaches to tracking of infectious diseases using Big Data
  • Thierry Wirth, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, France
    Talk Title: Origin, spread and demography of major human bacterial diseases in a globalizing world