Call for Abstract

5th International congress on Infectious Diseases, will be organized around the theme “Emergence, Insight of New Techniques in Infectious Diseases & Prevention, Control”

Infection Congress 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Infection Congress 2018

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Parasite immunology
  • Track 1-2Immune system studies
  • Track 1-3Immune reaction against infections
  • Track 1-4Virulence factors
  • Track 1-5Cellular microbiology
  • Track 1-6Parasitic Pathogens
  • Track 1-7Fungal Pathogens
  • Track 1-8Viral Pathogens
  • Track 1-9Bacterial Pathogens
  • Track 1-10Infection mechanisms
  • Track 1-11Molecular pathology
  • Track 1-12Molecular Genomics
  • Track 1-13Host Response and inflammatory actions
  • Track 1-14Multispecies
  • Track 2-1Bacterial Genetics
  • Track 2-2Host immune response
  • Track 2-3Emerging Pathogens
  • Track 2-4Genomic Epidemiology
  • Track 2-5Applications of microbial genetics
  • Track 2-6Virulence Factors
  • Track 2-7Genetic Exchange
  • Track 2-8Microbial Genome
  • Track 2-9Host Genome
  • Track 2-10Gene Transfer Systems
  • Track 2-11Recombinant techniques
  • Track 3-1Food & Water borne pathogens
  • Track 3-2Epidemiology
  • Track 3-3Recent Outbreaks
  • Track 3-4New and Evolving pathogens
  • Track 3-5Environmental aspects and Safety
  • Track 3-6Illness demographics
  • Track 3-7Developing Techniques
  • Track 9-1Acute & Chronic inflammation
  • Track 9-2Risk factors
  • Track 9-3Abscess
  • Track 9-4AIDS
  • Track 9-5Congenital
  • Track 9-6Encephalitis
  • Track 9-7Meningitis
  • Track 9-8Autoimmune disorders and inflammation
  • Track 9-9Antimicrobial factors
  • Track 9-10Inflammatory response
  • Track 9-11Pathogenesis
  • Track 9-12Host response vs Microbial pathogens
  • Track 10-1Resurgence and Emergence of Vector-Borne Diseases
  • Track 10-2Vector borne emergence
  • Track 10-3Epidemics
  • Track 10-4Surveillance and Detection
  • Track 10-5Outbreak Prediction
  • Track 10-6Prevention and Control
  • Track 10-7Mosquito borne
  • Track 10-8Tick Borne
  • Track 10-9Flea borne
  • Track 11-1Epidemiology
  • Track 11-2Blastomycosis
  • Track 11-3Psittacosis
  • Track 11-4Ebola virus
  • Track 11-5Brucellosis
  • Track 11-6Q fever
  • Track 11-7Leptospirosis
  • Track 11-8Trichinosis
  • Track 11-9Tularemia
  • Track 11-10Yellow fever
  • Track 11-11Plague
  • Track 11-12Pathogenesis
  • Track 11-13Multispecies
  • Track 11-14Multipathogen Dynamics
  • Track 11-15Pathogen virulence
  • Track 11-16Filovirus
  • Track 11-17Corona virus
  • Track 11-18Zoonosis
  • Track 11-19Rabies
  • Track 11-20Dengue
  • Track 12-1Cholera
  • Track 12-2Leishmaniasis
  • Track 12-3River blindness
  • Track 12-4Dracunculiasis
  • Track 12-5Schistosomiasis
  • Track 12-6African sleeping sickness
  • Track 12-7West Nile virus
  • Track 12-8Toxocariasis
  • Track 12-9Echinococcus
  • Track 12-10Cysticercosis
  • Track 12-11Malaria
  • Track 12-12Chagas disease
  • Track 12-13Trachoma
  • Track 17-1Direct and Indirect methods
  • Track 17-2Sequencing techniques
  • Track 17-3Rapid tests
  • Track 17-4Molecular methods
  • Track 17-5Innovative laboratory methods
  • Track 17-6Microscopic and Serological techniques
  • Track 17-7Traditional methods
  • Track 17-8Advanced diagnosis methods