Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences , Italy
Biography :

Prof. Carlo Torti graduated in Medicine from the University of Pavia in 1994. He obtained his specialty in Infectious Diseases in 2000 from the University of Brescia where he worked as Consultant Physician and Assistant Professor in Infectious Diseases from 2001 to 2012. He was appointed Director of the Infectious and Tropical Diseases Unit at the University “Magna Graecia” in Catanzaro in 2012. He is Associate Professor in the same University. He also served as Honorary Lecturer at the University of Makerere (Uganda). His main areas of interests are: general Infectious Diseases, viro-immunological and clinical outcomes of antiretroviral treatment, HIV drug resistance, and co-infection of HIV with hepatitis viruses. He recently expanded his research interests to include HCV epidemiology and management. He has published more than 200 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, participated in many international clinical trials, and he is member of the Steering Committee of several cohort studies (including COHERE). Prof. Carlo Torti is a Section Editor for BMC Infection Diseases and served as Editor and Peer Reviewer for several International Journals including The Lancet, Hepatology, Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy and others.

OCM Member
Medical University Innsbruck , Austria
Biography :

Prof. Erich Schmutzhard graduated from University Innsbruck in 1974, he was trained in Tropical Medicine in Liverpool, UK. After 4 years of field work in Tanzania he specialized in Neurology and Critical Care Medicine at the Universities of Innsbruck, Austria and Bangkok (Mahidol University), Thailand. Since the late eighties he was lecturer in Tropical Neurology and Critrical Care Neurology at the University Innsbruck, Austria. In 2000 he was appointed Professor for Neurocritical Care Medicine in Innsbruck, in 2002 Guest Professor in Ossijek, Croatia, in 2006 Honorary Professor in Tripoli, Lybia. He is Head of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Task Force: „Neurology in Africa“, Austria's delegate to the World Federation of Neurology (WFN) and Coordinator for the Innsbruck Medical University to ASEA Uninet and Eurasia-Pacific University networks. His major research interests are „Tropical Neurology and Neuroepidemiology“ and „Clinical and Experimental Critical Care Neurology“. Major research fields combining these two fields of interest are „Cerebral Malaria, longterm sequelae“ and „experimental murine Cerebral Malaria“, as well as „Epilepsy in Africa“, in particular „Nodding syndrome in Tanzania and Uganda“. He has published more than 300 papers in peer-reviewed international journals and participated in many international clinical trials.

Research Interest :

Tropical Neurology and Neuroepidemiology,Clinical and Experimental Critical Care Neurology,Cerebral Malaria, longterm sequelae,experimental murine Cerebral Malaria.

OCM Member
Director, Tropical Medicine
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute , Switzerland
Biography :

Marcel Tanner obtained a PhD on medical biology from the University of Basel and a MPH from the University of London. He is Director of the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute and Professor of Epidemiology and Medical Parasitology at the University of Basel and at the Federal Institute of Technology.Since 1977 his research has ranged from basic research on the cell biology and immunology of malaria, schistosomiasis, trypanosomiasis and filariasis to epidemiological and public health research on risk assessment, vulnerability, health impact and district health planning. His research, teaching, and health planning expertise are based on substantial long term experience from working in rural and urban areas in Africa (mainly the United Republic of Tanzania, Chad, Burkina Faso and Côte d’Ivoire) and Asia (China, Thailand, Laos). He was co-investigator and coordinator of the first African malaria vaccine trial in 1992 and participated as co-principal investigator in several major intervention trials on malaria (iron supplementation, intermittent preventive treatment) and schistosomiasis. Besides research, capacity building and North-South partnerships are a main interest as reflected in the development of the Ifakara Health Institute in the United Republic of Tanzania.

Research Interest :

Research in Infectious diseases

OCM Member
Mahidol University , Thailand
Biography :

Srivicha Krudsood is the Deputy Director, WHO CC for Clinical Management of Malaria and Professor of Mahidol University.Her field of expertise are Clinical trial of anti-malarial drugs and Clinical management of malaria.She have many publication in different journals.She also wrote many books like Atlas of Medical Parasitology,Text book of Travel Medicine etc.

Research Interest :

Research in Infectious diseases

OCM Member
Director, Centre of Biomedicine and Infectious Diseases
Qinghai Academy for Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine and Qinghai Medical College , China
Biography :

A resourceful and dedicated professor with an outstanding academic background, excellent publication record and significant teaching experiences in the fields of Parasitology, Tropical Diseases and human Anatomy. Possesses worldwide excellent interpersonal and liaison skills with the ability to build and maintain positive working relationships. Enjoys worldwide collaborating in a productive and successful team and thrives in challenging environments.

Research Interest :

OCM Member
Director
National Center for Global Health and Medicine , Japan
Biography :

Professor Shigeyuki Kano, MD, PhD is Director of the Department of Tropical Medicine and Malaria, Research Institute, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan. He is President of Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine, and currently, Board Member of Japan Association for International Health, Japanese Society of Travel and Health, Japanese Society of Clinical Parasitology, the Japanese Society of Parasitology, member of ASTMH, Fellow of RSTMH, and Expanded Board member of International Federation for Tropical Medicine (IFTM). He has been serving as an advisor of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for the malaria control project under Japanese ODA or Global Fund. He also belongs to Institut Pasteur du Laos (IPL) as Head of Lao-Japan Parasitology Laboratory under SATREPS (JICA/AMED) Project, in Vientiane, Lao PDR.

Research Interest :

Research in Infectious diseases

OCM Member
Professor, Master of Health Science
West Paulista University , Brazil
Biography :

Luiz Euribel Prestes Carneiro. Graduated in medicine and Medical specialization in Infectious Diseases; master's degree in Biological Sciences (Cellular and Molecular Biology) and Ph.D. in Immunology at University of Sao Paulo. He is currently a professor of Medicine, coordinator of the Master in Health Sciences (Medicine II) and a professor of the Environment and Regional Developing master course, West Paulista University, Presidente Prudente, Sao Paulo. He works as a physician in the Emergency Department of the Regional Hospital of Presidente Prudente and as an Infectologist at the State Maternity of Presidente Prudente. Has 23 articles published in PubMed, belongs to the editorial board of 2 Brazilian journals, 5 international scientific journals and acts as reviewer for 27 international journals. He has experience in the area of Immunology and Infectious Diseases, with emphasis on Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Viral Hepatitis, Visceral leishmaniasis and Primary Immunodeficiencies.

OCM Member
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu , Romania
Biography :

Victoria Birlutiu, Medical Department, Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Faculty of Medicine, Sibiu, Romania Assoc. prof. Victoria Birlutiu MD PhD, graduated in Medicine from the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Craiova, Romania, in 1986. She obtained her specialty in Infectious Diseases in 1995 from the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj Napoca, Romania. She works in the Academic Emergeny Hospital Sibiu since 1999 and in Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Faculty of Medicine since 1996. She is the Chief of the Infectious Diseases Clinic from her hospital. She is the director of the residency department from her university. Her main areas of interests are: general Infectious Diseases, Tropical Diseases, Lyme Disease, Neuroinfections, West Nile Infection, Viral Hepatitis, Sepsis, and Clostridium difficile infection. She published more than 180 articles/papers in national and international journals. She participated in many international clinical trials. She is member of The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, and The European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases. Also she is an associate editor for Current Pediatric Research, and International Journal of Pediatrics, and a reviewer for BMC Infectious Diseases, Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, British Microbiology Research Journal, International Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, and others.

Research Interest :

Research in Infectious diseases

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