ISNTD 2019

Drug discovery & development, diagnostics and vaccines for tropical diseases

April 24-25th 2019, London, School of Pharmacy

Programme

ISNTD d³ 2019: HEALTHY SYSTEMS, HEALTHY LIVES 

From diagnosis to treatment - from treatment to surveillance, elimination and global goals 

April 24-25th School of Pharmacy London 

Coinciding with celebrations for World Malaria Day 2019, ISNTD d³ addresses the current gaps and collaboration opportunities across malaria, neglected tropical diseases and diseases of poverty to accelerate drug discovery & development, vaccine R&D and uptake, and diagnostics and surveillance opportunities.

 

This year, ISNTD d³ will focus on recent developments, gaps and future needs of drug discovery, treatments and diagnostics in context of global health as well as broader challenges.

 

Registration will take place between 8.30am to 8.50am on April 24th and on April 25th..

 

Presentations & panel discussions will run from 9.00am on both days, and partnership meetings can be arranged throughout the day.

Workshops on focused technologies and skills run concurrently throughout both days.

 

Please contact krafiq@isntd.org for further details including speaking & attending and to become a conference sponsor.

Day 1: 24th April 2019

Drug Discovery & Development

8.30 // Registration and networking breakfast reception

9.00 // Welcome from the ISNTD

 

9.05 // Introduction: challenges in tropical disease control - from pipeline gaps to surveillance needs

9.15 // Session 1 - Pipeline gaps: advancing treatment for diseases of poverty

 

10.30 // Coffee break

11.00 // Session 2 - Platforms and Tools

 

13.00 // Lunch

 

  

14.00 // Session 3 - Open innovation: next steps for open collaboration in neglected disease drug discovery 

 

15.30 // Coffee break

 

16.00 // Session 4 - Clinical trials

 

18.00 // Concluding remarks

Day 2: 25th April 2019

Diagnostics

8.30 // Registration and networking breakfast reception

9.00 // Welcome from the ISNTD

 

9.15 // Keynote presentation

 

9.30 // Session 1: Collaboration in malaria & tropical diseases: developing surveillance & diagnosis to accelerate advocacy, funding & disease control

10.30 // Panel discussion 1

10.50 // Coffee Break

 

11.20 // Session 2: Diagnostics, surveillance and WHO targets: disease focus

Highlights from World Malaria Day

 

12.35 // Panel discussion 2

 

13.00 // Lunch

 

14.00 // Session 3: Connectivity, technology and innovative approaches

 

15.00 // Panel discussion 3

 

15.20 // Coffee break

 

15.50 // Session 4: From control to elimination: the role of diagnostics in the end-game

16.45 // Panel discussion 4

 

17.00 // Concluding remarks

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