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Advancing TB Research Through Data Science & Informatics for Public Health Impact

This conference is now at capacity.  All new registrations will be wait-listed. If you no longer plan to attend this meeting, we kindly ask that you use your confirmation number (below) to unregister. We will then open up registration to those on the wait-list.

Big data approaches have great potential to advance TB research and generate novel insight for public health impact. Globally, there is a wealth of TB patient and pathogen-associated data from biomedical research, clinical trials, and routine surveillance that can be leveraged for large scale, comprehensive, and interdisciplinary analyses. This symposium will feature perspectives from multiple stakeholders on the technical, logistical, and policy issues associated with this type of work.

The NIAID OCICB TB Portals Program and Critical Path to TB Regimens will co-host this meeting.

Featuring panelist perspectives from:

  • The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

  • Critical Path to TB Regimens

  • The World Health Organization

  • Tuberculosis Network European Trials Group (TBNET)

  • Pediatric TBNET

  • Harvard University

  • Simon Fraser University

  • And others...


  • When

  • Thursday, October 25, 2018
    10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    FLE Time

  • Where

  • The Hague Marriott Hotel, Room: A1 - Ground floor
    Johan de Wittlaan 30, 2517 JR
    Den Haag

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