The IDRN has hosted a variety of events, including multi-disciplinary research strategy days, and training events on current research issues.
|Upcoming IDRN events|
An introduction to infectious disease genomics
Date: Thursday 18 June 2015
An introduction to infectious disease modelling (event full and now operating a waiting list)
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You can also see our training bulletin for a comprehensive list of non-IDRN events, postgraduate training, and relevant short courses.
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A selection of previous IDRN events include -
The EU Directive on Clinical Trials
Antibiotic Resistance and Public Health
Antibiotic Resistance: food & resistance and novel interventions to combat resistance
Epidemiological and programmatic research in tuberculosis
New vaccines & childhood tuberculosis, latent infection diagnosis, rapid diagnostic tests and TB/HIV
HBV, HCV and HCV/HIV co-infection
Bioterrorism - Early Detection & Response
Health research needs of prisoners both in and outside prisons
Methods in Molecular Microbiology (2005, 2006 and 2007)
Food Safety Research Strategy Workshop
Sexual Health Research Strategy workshop
Human Tissue Act training event
UK CRC Challenge workshop (research priorities in HCAIs and AMR)
Health Protection Interventions event
Behavioural Sciences workshop
Research during outbreaks and incidents workshop
Lymphocyte kinetics in health and disease - an international workshop
Invasive human mycoses
Evolution and adaptation of foodborne pathogens
Scabies as a healthcare-associated infection
Mucosal Perspectives in Pneumococcal Disease
The use of mapping software & systems in health and academic research
Next generation sequencing workshop
Lessons learned from Swine Flu for Behavioural and Social Scientists: How should we study the next pandemic?
Training workshop on the ORION statement
Applications of Point of Care tests to infectious disease detection and diagnosis
T lymphocyte dynamics in acute and chronic viral infection
Funding for infectious disease researchers
Primary Care Databases Symposium