21 November 2022
Bacterial genomics in clinical practice
Professor Matthew Holden
What can virus genomics tell us about vaccine responses and schedules?
Professor Emma Thomson
Monkeypox - a new STI?
Dr Michael Marks
Universal paediatric immunology - how do the vaccines work and what impacts should we be aiming for?
Professor Adam Finn
What evidence-based changes have informed current infection control policy?
Infectious Diseases 2021 - 'Tackling old and new foes in the global fight against infectious diseases'
03 June 2021
Prevention and management of congenital infection - remember the congenital “STI’s”
Dr Hermione Lyall
Climate change and global expansion of viral haemorrhagic fevers
Professor Neelika Malavige
Hepatitis C in Scotland: recently arrived but soon to depart?
Professor John Dillon
Addressing pandemics old and new: current challenges and opportunities in control of tuberculosis and Covid-19
Dr Soumya Swaminathan
The unequal pandemic: COVID-19 and health inequalities
Professor Clare Bambra
Human trafficking and health: a global health concern
Professor Cathy Zimmerman
09 December 2020
Modification of the microbiome using faecal microbiota transplantation
Dr Christopher Green
Emerging concepts in sepsis management
Dr Andrew Conway Morris
The Covid-19 response in Africa: leaving no one behind
Professor Francisca Mutapi
Outbreak of novel respiratory viruses
Dr Jake Dunning
Controlled human infection models as tools in vaccine development
Professor Andrew Pollard
14 June 2019
More rational treatment of sepsis
Professor Martin Llewelyn
Update on CMV: What's new in diagnosis, treatment and prevention
Professor Paul Griffiths
Professor Gerry Davies
Cellulitis: How can we do better?
Dr Rebecca Sutherland
Dengue: current challenges and opportunities
Professor Bridget Wills