TBnet webinar October 2021




Dear collegues,


another interesting, free webinar is coming up in october 2021.

As every month, the TBnet webinar will take place on the last Thursday of the month and thus this time on 10/28/2021 at 4p.m. (CET).




As usual, no registration is required. You can join the meeting using he following link:

https://bbb.fz-borstel.de/b/cor-sdg-xis-k4k


This time, TB and comorbities is the overal topic and we are happy to announce the following speakers and experts to discuss this topic with you




Speakers:



Ilaria Motta-MSF UK

Ilaria is an infectious diseases physician with experience in managing HIV and TB infections in resource-limited settings. She works as Medical Monitor for TB-Practecal Clinical Trial and as Cinical Advisor for EndTB Clinical Trial. She has completed her PhD project focusing on the pharmacokinetics of TB drugs and currently undertaking MSc in Public Health.


Maddalena Cerrone-Chelsea and Westminster Hospital,London (UK)

Maddalena is an infectious Diseases specialist currently undertaking a PhD in Tuberculosis Immunology between Imperial College London, The Francis Crick Institute and the University of Cape Town. She is a physician in the HIV Department at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.


Ffion Carlin-Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool (UK)

Ffion is an infectious Diseases specialist trainee in Liverpool, UK and honorary clinical research fellow at UCL Institute for Global Health, London. She is currently undertaking a Masters degree in epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and previously spent 18 months working as a trial doctor and activity manager for the MSF-lead international clinical trial TBPRACTECAL' in Uzbekistan.


Expert:



Sean Wasserman- University of Cape Town

Sean is an Infectious Diseases Physician and Associate Professor at University of Cape Town. In 2019 he was awarded of Stephen Lawn TB-HIV Research Leadership Prize, for his extensive work and experience in HIV and TB in South Africa.





Looking forward to see you there!




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