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  • Posted in: IDea Exchange

    Dear Colleagues: We're excited to be holding our second annual IDSA Medical Education Community of Practice meeting at IDWeek on Wednesday night, October 3 rd , from 6:30-8 pm in room 23 of the convention center!  Please mark your calendars and share ...

  • Dear Colleagues: We're excited to be holding our second annual IDSA Medical Education Community of Practice meeting at IDWeek on Wednesday night, October 3 rd , from 6:30-8 pm in room 23 of the convention center!  Please mark your calendars and share ...

  • Posted in: IDea Exchange

    STANFORD UNIVERSITY The Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine offers twp fully funded, one-year fellowships in the expanding field of Immunocompromised Host Infectious Diseases (Transplant ...

New Guidelines Update

IDSA, ASTMH Neurocysticercosis Guideline

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Practice Guidelines

Member Spotlight

Kim Hanson, MD

IDSA Diagnostics Committee Chair Kim Hanson, MD, has been appointed to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Advisory Panel on Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory Tests following a nomination from IDSA. The Panel advises the CMS Administrator and the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services on issues related to clinical diagnostic laboratory tests, including the establishment of payment rates and the factors used in determining coverage and payment processes for new tests.

Dr. Hanson is the head of Immunocompromised Host Infectious Diseases Services and Director of the Medical Microbiology Fellowship Program at the University of Utah, as well as Director of Clinical Microbiology at ARUP Laboratories. She is an associate professor of medicine and pathology, splitting her time between patient care, laboratory administration, research, and teaching.

News

  • Ebola vaccinations could start Wednesday in Congo outbreak

    The deadly Ebola virus has killed at least nine people in Congo’s latest outbreak in North Kivu province, the country’s health ministry said ...
  • 1 in 7 babies exposed to Zika in U.S. territories have birth defects, nervous system problems

    The first look at how children exposed to Zika virus in the womb are faring at age 1 and older is out, and the report is sobering.

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Upcoming Events


  • Wednesday
    3
    October

    IDWeek 2018

    Wednesday, October 3 - Sunday, October 7, 2018
    Registration will open for members on March 6, and to everyone on April 3.
    San Francisco, CA, United States

IDSA has been important in my career in infectious disease. IDSA also plays a big role in advocacy and drawing attention to key issues. It's exciting to be a part of that and feel that I have an avenue for my voice to be heard.
Ingrid Bassett, MD, MPH, FIDSA
The idea that I could link epidemiology with my fundamental knowledge of how microorganisms work, along with diagnostic microbiology...this is an amazing way to put the pieces of the puzzles together about how infectious diseases work in human beings.
Lucy Tompkins, MD, PhD, FIDSA
I always like mystery stories growing up and you have to be very astute...You have to look at the symptoms, the geography, the home and social situation to solve the mystery of their problem.
Susan Bleasdale, MD
You can take a patient in front of you, and within a short amount of time with your clinical care, have an enormous impact.
John Lynch, MD, MPH
Understanding the pathogenesis of infectious diseases requires a knowledge of pathology, immunology, especially microbiology. The discipline allows practitioners to combine all of those, and there's never a dull moment.
Philip Polgreen, MD, MPH
I just became a member of IDSA this year, and I find it amazing how supportive IDSA has been to me so far.
Noah Kojima, MD