This series provides a unique, up to date, and authoritative overview of Neglected Tropical Diseases in both the individual diseases and the cross cutting issues, such as Water and Sanitation and community roles, for the teaching and benefit of researchers, students, and staff in pharmaceutical companies, research institutions, and development organisations.
The main emphasis in this series is on viruses of medical importance and interest. The mechanisms of replication and pathogenesis of viruses will be discussed, as well as new approaches for immunization, antiviral therapy, diagnostics and public health measures.
This series of lectures addresses the history, epidemiology, transmission and current research efforts to contain the more serious and widespread vector-borne threats to the health of humans and their domestic animals.
The purpose of this series of lectures is to provide a comprehensive overview of the major topics related to antibiotic resistance. This will be achieved by addressing the basic science of the evolution of resistance followed by examples of the epidemiology and clinical impact of the resistant pathogens that represent important clinical problems or illustrate key issues related to pathogen groups. This will be complemented by description of the methods to make a diagnosis of resistance and to perform effective surveillance in the hospital, local community or at a national level. The series is concluded by lectures that explore mechanisms of controlling resistance and that describe methods to overcome resistance.
Infectious Diseases Journals
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