12 July 2011

Call for Abstracts for the ISDS 10th Annual Conference

Submissions of original work are now being requested for peer review and presentation at the ISDS 10th Annual Conference, to be held in Atlanta, Georgia from December 7-8 2011.

The ISDS Annual Conference is the premier annual scientific gathering for researchers and practitioners in public health, epidemiology, health policy, biostatistics and mathematical modeling, informatics, computer science, and related fields focused on disease surveillance and emerging challenges to public health practice.  The conference will feature internationally renowned speakers from health departments, leading universities, government agencies, and top industrial organizations.

This year's conference will focus on the theme "Building the Future of Public Health Surveillance."  The conference seeks to present scientific work at the juncture of innovative analytical techniques, progressive public health practice, and cutting edge informatics to support a timely, accurate and informed response to emerging outbreaks of disease and other health threats.  Authors may wish to draw from the tracks but are in no way limited to those topics.  Abstract submission will be performed online and all selected abstracts will be published online in a special supplement of the Emerging Health Threats Journal

Please visit the 2011 Annual Conference page for details on how to register and submit an abstract.  Questions regarding the Call for Abstracts may be sent to the 2011 Scientific Program Chairs, Daniel Neill and Karl Soetebier

We look forward to receiving your submissions and to seeing you at the Annual Conference in December.

Best regards,
The International Society for Disease Surveillance

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