Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease (EEID) Conference
Issued: Fri, 09 Mar 2018 12:03:00 GMT
This year's Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease (EEID) conference will be held in the University of Glasgow and span four core thematic areas:
- Genomics and big data in disease ecology and evolution
- Disease control interventions and real-world applications of disease ecology and evolution
- Host shifts and disease emergence
- Within-host dynamics: co-infection to wild immunology
The meeting starts with an opening reception on the 29th May at 6pm at the Glasgow Botanic Gardens. Talks and poster sessions will run from the morning of the 30th May until the evening of the 31st May.
There will be a banquet dinner and ceilidh on the evening of the 31st May at the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery. Also to note - the EEID hike has been organised to leave on the morning of the 1st of June to return that afternoon.
Registration fees are £180/person for faculty, staff and professionals and £100/person for registered students. This includes all meeting sessions, the banquet and transportation for the hike. Please register early as attendance may need to be capped due to space limitations. To register, point your browser to http://eeidconference.org/2018/registration/ and follow the link to the online registration page.
We are accepting abstracts for a limited number of oral presentations (15 minutes) and for two poster sessions.
Poster presenters may have the opportunity to give a 30 second poster teaser talk to the EEID audience. Two poster prizes will be awarded for ‘Best Poster in Disease Ecology and Evolution’ and ‘Best Poster in Disease Ecology and Evolution for Policy Change’
Please register before submitting an abstract. Abstract submission will remain open until 31 March 2018 Abstracts should be submitted via the EEID website: http://eeidconference.org/2018/submissions/
The EEID 2018 Organizing Committee