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New Horizons in Pediatrics
28 Apr 2018 - 29 Apr 2018 • Atlanta, United States
Abstract:
The purpose of this conference is to update pediatric primary care and family practitioners about the latest information regarding medical conditions that affect pediatric and adolescent patients, and recommended treatment options.
Contact:
Kalen Parks;     Phone: [404-785-7624];     Email: kalen.parks@choa.org
Topics:
pediatrics, CME, pain management, opioid, prescribing, dermatology, infectious disease, adolescent medicine, medicine, research, pediatric research, Red Book, pediatric updates, PANS/PANDAS
Event listing ID:
1019698
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Infectious Diseases in Adults 2018
30 Apr 2018 - 04 May 2018 • Boston, MA, United States
Abstract:
State-of-the-art approaches to prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of infectious diseases --This comprehensive Harvard Medical School CME program, one of the highest-rated HMS CME courses, ensures attendees are current with state-of-the-art approaches to prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. Updates, best practices and new guidelines are presented by nationally recognized ID experts and master clinicians. This course also offers ABIM MOC Points. Education is practical and results driven. Highlights include: State-of-the-art approaches to common infections--New strategies for treating highly resistant bacterial infections--Clinical approaches to complex, rare, "don't-miss" infections--New and emerging infectious diseases--Update on antifungal diagnostics and therapy--Optimal management of Staph aureus--Infections in persons with substance use disorders--What’s new in HIV management--Hep C treatment workshop --Live New England Journal of Medicine Clinicopathologic Conference (CPC)--Musculoskeletal infectious diseases --Strategies for optimal decision-making in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases--As revised treatment strategies, new diagnostic tests, and guidelines are presented, they are coupled with specific recommendations for incorporating these updates into your day-to-day work.
Contact:
Harvard Medical School Global and Continuing Education;     Phone: [617-384-8600];     Email: CEPrograms@hms.harvard.edu
Topics:
Harvard, CME, Infectious diseases, HIV, Hepatitis C, Resistant infections, immunocompromised host, hospital medicine, staph aureus, evidence-based, treatment, diagnosis, STDs, Zika, MERS, antimicrobial stewardship, best practices, patient care, critical care, emergency medicine, internal medicine, antifungal, skin infections, soft tissue infections, MOC Points
Event listing ID:
968629
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HIV and Hepatitis Management: THE NEW YORK COURSE 2018
10 May 2018 - 11 May 2018 • New York , New York, United States
Event listing ID:
995669
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2018 NTM & Bronchiectasis Physician/Patient Conference
17 May 2018 • La Jolla, United States
Abstract:
This course will provide an overview and update on the epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, management, and treatment of nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) lung disease and bronchiectasis. It will provide a forum to increase awareness of these conditions and advances in treatment options in order to improve patient care.
Contact:
Email: ntmmail@ntminfo.org
Topics:
nontuberculous mycobacteria, bronchiectasis
Event listing ID:
1031710
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FASEB SRC: Biological Methylation: Fundamental Mechanisms in Human Health and Disease
17 Jun 2018 - 22 Jun 2018 • Florence, Italy, United States
Abstract:
This FASEB SRC focuses on recent advances in our understanding of the role of dynamic methylation of proteins, DNA, and RNA in diverse nuclear and cytoplasmic biological processes and how this modification impacts epigenetic cellular identity, tissue homeostasis, development, and the pathogenesis of human diseases. Since methylation has become a major therapeutic target in recent years, the development of epigenetic-based medicines that target methyltransferase, demethylase, and methylation readers for the treatment of cancer and other diseases will be a topic covered in the program.
Contact:
Phone: [301.634.7010];     Email: src@faseb.org
Topics:
Methylation, Health, Disease, RNA, Anti-Virus, Autoimmunity, Biochemistry, Cell Signaling, Cell Biology, Cell Cycle, Cell Division, Cell Growth/Regulation, Cell Signaling, Cellular Regulation, Chromosome Dynamics, Chromosome Metabolism, Computational Biology, Development, Diabetes, Genetics, Glycobiology, Microbiology, Microbiome, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Mrna, Muscle Homeostasis, Neurology, Nutrition, Nutrition Biochemistry, Obesity, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pathobiology, Pathology, Protein Aggregation, Protein Folding, Protein Physphorylation, Protein Structure, Pulmonology, RNA Decay, Signaling, Stem Cells, Structural Biology
Event listing ID:
1036796
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FASEB SRC: Functional Disulfide Bonds in Health and Disease
17 Jun 2018 - 22 Jun 2018 • Leesburg, VA, United States
Abstract:
Most proteins are chemically modified after they are made to control how, when, and where they function. It was thought that only the amino acid side chains and the peptide bonds of proteins were chemically modified. It has become clear in recent years that the disulfide bonds of proteins are also modified. Some disulfide bonds are cleaved in the mature protein to control function. From a few examples a decade ago, there are now about thirty well-defined examples of control of protein function by functional disulfides and dozens more examples that are under investigation. Cleavage of a functional disulfide in a protein changes the bioactivity of the protein. Changes in ligand binding, substrate hydrolysis, proteolysis, or oligomer formation have been described. The functional disulfides are cleaved by reductases or by thiol–disulfide exchange. Viral, bacterial, plant and mammalian proteins are regulated by functional disulfides, so this mechanism of protein control operates in all life forms. The early indications are that cleavage of disulfide bonds may rival proteolysis of peptide bonds as a means of protein control.
Contact:
Phone: [301.634.7010];     Email: src@faseb.org
Topics:
Anti-Virus, Autoimmunity, Biochemistry, Cell Signaling, Cell Biology, Cell Cycle, Cell Division, Cell Growth/Regulation, Cell Signaling, Cellular Regulation, Chromosome Dynamics, Chromosome Metabolism, Computational Biology, Development, Diabetes, Genetics, Glycobiology, Microbiology, Microbiome, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Mrna, Muscle Homeostasis, Neurology, Nutrition, Nutrition Biochemistry, Obesity, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pathobiology, Pathology, Protein Aggregation, Protein Folding, Protein Physphorylation, Protein Structure, Pulmonology, RNA Decay, Signaling, Stem Cells, Structural Biology, disulfide, health, disease
Event listing ID:
1036858
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FASEB SRC: Microbial Glycobiology
17 Jun 2018 - 22 Jun 2018 • Scottsdale, AZ, United States
Abstract:
This FASEB SRC will provide focus on the diverse topics such as: Cell Surface Exposed Glycans of Bacteria and Archaea, host-pathogen interactions, Microbial Symbiosis and Dysbiosis, polysaccharide-based vaccines and therapeutics, industrial applications including biofilms and glycoengineering. The common element of glycosciences in this diverse group fuels the collaborative projects and the cross-fertilization of ideas that make this field exciting for many researchers in academia and industry. The organizers and chairs will invite persons to speak on a wide variety of subject matter (model systems, diseases, macromolecules, etc) and technologies (genetics, mass spectroscopy, X-ray, NMR, etc ). Some short talks in various sessions will be selected from submitted abstracts. The poster sessions will provide opportunities to learn and network. The dessert oasis ambient offers venues to more informal events.
Contact:
Phone: [301.634.7010];     Email: src@faseb.org
Topics:
Anti-Virus, Autoimmunity, Biochemistry, Cell Signaling, Cell Biology, Cell Cycle, Cell Division, Cell Growth/Regulation, Cell Signaling, Cellular Regulation, Chromosome Dynamics, Chromosome Metabolism, Computational Biology, Development, Diabetes, Genetics, Glycobiology, Microbiology, Microbiome, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Mrna, Muscle Homeostasis, Neurology, Nutrition, Nutrition Biochemistry, Obesity, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pathobiology, Pathology, Protein Aggregation, Protein Folding, Protein Physphorylation, Protein Structure, Pulmonology, RNA Decay, Signaling, Stem Cells, Structural Biology, GLYCOBIOLOGY, glycoscience, glyco-engineering
Event listing ID:
1036855
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Infectious Diseases Summit 2018
28 Jun 2018 - 29 Jun 2018 • Baltimore, United States
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FASEB SRC: Translational Neuroimmunology
08 Jul 2018 - 13 Jul 2018 • Snowmass Village, CO, United States
Abstract:
This SRC is focused on defining the contributions of neuroimmune interactions in CNS health and disease and explores the opportunities and challenges for harnessing neuroimmune interactions as therapies for classic neurologic and neurodegenerative diseases including neurodevelopmental disorders, TBI, spinal cord injury, stroke, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. This conference explores recent cutting edge discoveries on the molecular mechanisms of neuro-immune interactions involved in maintaining or disrupting CNS health as well as the influences of the microbiome, environmental toxicants and genotype on tipping the balance between health and disease. Aspects of this SRC conference that have been ranked highly by past attendees include, ample presentation and discussion time for oral presentations, selection of abstracts from junior scientists and graduate trainees for short platform presentations, well attended poster sessions, time for free and open discussions between speakers and attendees aimed at fostering new and ongoing collaborations. New this year are addition of two workshops discussing pragmatic issues and careers aimed at bridging the well known “valley of death” between seminal research discoveries and development of therapies. Altogether, attendees of this SRC will enjoy a multidisciplinary group of researchers not usually found together at specialized conferences and will benefit from the focus on the opportunities and challenges for translating basic research discoveries to therapies.
Contact:
Phone: [301.634.7010];     Email: src@faseb.org
Topics:
Anti-Virus, Autoimmunity, Biochemistry, Cell Signaling, Cell Biology, Cell Cycle, Cell Division, Cell Growth/Regulation, Cell Signaling, Cellular Regulation, Chromosome Dynamics, Chromosome Metabolism, Computational Biology, Development, Diabetes, Genetics, Glycobiology, Microbiology, Microbiome, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Mrna, Muscle Homeostasis, Neurology, Nutrition, Nutrition Biochemistry, Obesity, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pathobiology, Pathology, Protein Aggregation, Protein Folding, Protein Physphorylation, Protein Structure, Pulmonology, RNA Decay, Signaling, Stem Cells, Structural Biology
Event listing ID:
1039125
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FASEB SRC: The Lung Epithelium in Health and Disease
29 Jul 2018 - 03 Aug 2018 • Olean, NY, United States
Abstract:
This FASEB SRC will bring together scientists in academia and industry for live discussions on the most recent progresses in the field of lung epithelium biology. The epithelium of the lung allows airway flow and provides an essential barrier against infection and other detrimental exposures, which is made possible through highly orchestrated processes during development, homeostasis and repair. The goal of this meeting is to advance our understanding of these fundamental processes by providing a highly interactive platform for senior and junior scientists with expertises in biology, disease models and techniques. Topics of special interest in this FASEB meeting include airway development, stem cells and regeneration, cell-cell interactions that orchestrate injury responses and repair, and the impact of newest tools on lung biology research. Together, we believe we will gain insights into mechanisms of airway diseases that involve single gene, complex genetic interactions, and environmental impact. The knowledge will lay the foundation for the identification of new drug targets and the improvement of treatment strategies for devastating lung diseases, such as asthma, COPD, and cystic fibrosis.
Contact:
Phone: [301.634.7010];     Email: src@faseb.org
Topics:
Anti-Virus, Autoimmunity, Biochemistry, Cell Signaling, Cell Biology, Cell Cycle, Cell Division, Cell Growth/Regulation, Cell Signaling, Cellular Regulation, Chromosome Dynamics, Chromosome Metabolism, Computational Biology, Development, Diabetes, Genetics, Glycobiology, Microbiology, Microbiome, Molecular Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Mrna, Muscle Homeostasis, Neurology, Nutrition, Nutrition Biochemistry, Obesity, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pathobiology, Pathology, Protein Aggregation, Protein Folding, Protein Physphorylation, Protein Structure, Pulmonology, RNA Decay, Signaling, Stem Cells, Structural Biology, lung, disease
Event listing ID:
1039249
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9th International Workshop on HIV & Aging 2018
13 Sep 2018 - 14 Sep 2018 • New York, United States
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IDWeek 2018
03 Oct 2018 - 07 Oct 2018 • San Francisco, United States
Event listing ID:
1040120
Event website:
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Gordon Research Seminar — Tropical Infectious Diseases
23 Mar 2019 - 24 Mar 2019 • Galveston, TX, United States
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Gordon Research Conference — Tropical Infectious Diseases
24 Mar 2019 - 29 Mar 2019 • Galveston, TX, United States

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