IDDO attending ASTMH
Come and meet us at this year’s ASTMH 71st Annual Meeting - the first fully in-person meeting since 2019. Thousands of delegates are expected to attend with leading global health researchers from more than 111 countries around the world. During the conference we have several posters, talks, meetings and symposia across malaria, visceral leishmaniasis and medicine quality.
This year IDDO will be at stand #104, as part of Oxford Tropical Medicine. Come and see us to find out about more about our research, data platforms and latest work.
Among our research at ASTMH is:
Monday, October 31, Poster session A, 11.00am – 12.45pm
- Dr Rob Commons – Poster #268, Effect of primaquine dose on the risk of recurrence in patients with uncomplicated Plasmodium vivax: an individual patient data meta-analysis
- Dr Sauman Singh – Poster #476, Post-kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis drug efficacy study landscape: a systematic review of clinical and observational studies to assess the feasibility of establishing an individual participant-level data platform
- Dr Sabina Dahlström Otienoburu – Poster # LB-5117, Poster Spatiotemporal spread of Plasmodium falciparum mutations for resistance to sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine across Africa, 1990 – 2020
- Megha Rajasekhar – Poster #271, Effect of primaquine daily dose on tolerability and safety in patients with uncomplicated Plasmodium vivax: an individual patient data meta-analysis
Tuesday, November 1, Poster session B, 12 - 1:45pm
- Dr Caitlin Naylor and Gemma Buck - Poster #1055, Standardisation of data with annotated Case Report Forms for use in Visceral Leishmaniasis clinical trials in patients with and without HIV co-infection
Thursday, November 4, Oral scientific session #132 Kinetoplastida and Other Opportunistic and Anaerobic Protozoa: Epidemiology, at the Convention Center – Room 605/610 (6th Floor), 8am – 9.45am
- Presented by Professor Philippe Guerin on behalf of Dr Prabin Dahal and Rutuja Chhajed “Estimating the Proportion of Relapse following Treatment of Visceral Leishmaniasis (VL): Meta analysis using Infectious Diseases Data Observatory (IDDO) Living Systematic Review”
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