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Abstract Submission - Workshop "German-Central Asian Cooperations on Zoonotic Diseases"

 


Central Asia is a melting pot of many zoonotic infectious diseases. In addition, to travel, animal transport or along bird routes, the expansion of the Silk Road on rail and road currently carries a risk of dispersing pathogens over long distances.

Cooperation in the field of zoonotic infectious diseases between Germany and Central Asian countries is currently being funded in individual and often short-term initiatives.

The aim of the workshop is therefore to provide stakeholders, funding organisations and interested scientists with a platform to exchange views on ongoing research or training projects in Central Asia and Mongolia. Furthermore, the workshop will serve to promote the use of existing and initiation of new networks for cooperation of German scientists in the field of zoonotic diseases in Central Asia and Mongolia. Another goal is to create a database on a voluntary basis, which provides German-Central Asian cooperations and will be distributed to the participants.

This workshop is designed for up to 70 participants. The intend is also to encourage partners from Central Asia and Mongolia to join this meeting and to present the collaboration projects with their German or Swiss partners.

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Please note that the abstract submission is separate from the registration and do not forget to register here.

 

All abstracts received by May 1st, 2019 will be included in the review process.

 

Please note acceptance of an abstract does not automatically imply commitment to financial support for the presenter. Limited financial support is available only for invited speakers.

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