11th Conference Resources

The 11th International Conference on Typhoid and Other Invasive Salmonelloses was held in Hanoi, Vietnam, on March 26-28, 2019. More than 400 researchers and experts gathered to exchange the latest findings and research on typhoid, paratyphoid and invasive nontyphoidal Salmonella disease.

Program

11th International Conference on Typhoid and Other Invasive Salmonelloses

Press Release

The press release previewed the conference themes and topics of discussion.

Photo Gallery

Photos from all three days of the conference are coming soon!

Social Media

Thanks to everyone who joined in the conversation online, using the hashtags #TakeonTyphoid and #Typhoid2019. See top posts in our Twitter Moments page.

Presentations

MARCH 26, 2019

Plenary: Come Together: Building a Multisector Toolkit

Stephen Baker, University of Oxford

Michael Hoffmann, California Institute of Technology

Om Prasad Gautam, WaterAid

Sushant Sahastrabuddhe, International Vaccine Institute

Abstract Session 1: Carry That Weight: Burden of Disease

Myron (Mike) Levine, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Caitlin Barkume, Sabin Vaccine Institute

Bireshwar Sinha, Society for Applied Studies

Vittal Mogasale, International Vaccine Institute

Saqib Qazi, Aga Khan University Hospital

Andrea Parisi, The Australian National University

Abstract Session 2: We Can Work It Out: Vaccine Development

Marcelo B. Sztein, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Scott Baliban, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Richard (Rick) Malley, Boston Children’s Hospital

Shaun Pennington, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Rezwanul Wahid, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Symposium: Environmental Surveillance for Salmonella and Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Genes

John Scott Meschke, University of Washington

Jennifer Verani & Jennifer Murphy, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Christine L. Moe, Emory University

Jason Andrews, Stanford University

Sidhartha Giri, Christian Medical College, Vellore

Adwoa Bentsi-Enchill, World Health Organization

Abstract Session 3: I Should Have Known Better: Antimicrobial Resistance

Muhammad Tahir Yousafzai, Aga Khan University

Susan Kavai, Kenya Medical Research Institute

Calman MacLennan, University of Oxford

Arif Mohammad Tanmoy, Erasmus University Medical Center

Tin Ohn Myat, University of Medicine 1

Virginia (Ginny) Pitzer, Yale School of Public Health

Abstract Session 4: Here, There, Everywhere: Environmental Surveillance, Disease Modeling, and Geo-Spatial Analysis

Jillian Gauld, Institute for Disease Modeling & Lancaster University

Jonathan Rigby, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Brittany Hagedorn, Institute for Disease Modeling

Yuke Wang, Emory University

Maile Phillips, Yale School of Public Health

Abdul Momin Kazi, Aga Khan University

MARCH 27, 2019

Abstract Session 5: Got to Get You into My Life: Introduction of Typhoid Conjugate Vaccines

Firdausi Qadri, icddr,b

Kashmira Date, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ashley Tate, CDC Foundation

Anayat Baig, Aga Khan University

Sultan Karim, Aga Khan University

Nginache Nampota, Blantyre Malaria Project

Abstract Session 6: Fixing a Hole: iNTS

Se Eun Park, International Vaccine Institute

Annelies Post, Radboudumc Nijmegen & Institute of Tropical Medicine Antwerp

William Still, University of Maryland School of Medicine

Sean Elias, University of Oxford

Alison Winstead, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Blanca Perez Sepulveda, University of Liverpool

Plenary: With a Little Help from My Friends: The Essentials for Using Data for Decision Making and Advocacy

Adam Soble, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

N.A. Gonah, Zimbabwe National Immunisation Technical Advisory Group

Huong Minh Vu, PATH

Samir Saha, Child Health Research Foundation & Dhaka Shishu Hospital

Abstract Session 7: Across the Universe: Enteric Fever Surveillance

Florian Marks, International Vaccine Institute & University of Cambridge

Denise Garrett, Sabin Vaccine Institute

Eric D. Ng’eno, Washington State University

Win Thandar Oo, University of Otago

Krista Vaidya, Dhulikhel Hospital

Abstract Session 8: Tell Me Why: Immunology

Mari Johnson, Oxford Vaccine Group

Marije Verheul, University of Oxford

Elizabeth Jones, Oxford Vaccine Group

MARCH 28, 2019

Symposium: Economic Evaluations of Disease Burden and Vaccination Strategies: New Evidence, Future Methods, and Implications for Vaccination Decision-Making

Enusa Ramani, International Vaccine Institute

Clint Pecenka, PATH

Virginia (Ginny) Pitzer, Yale School of Public Health

Abstract Session 9: Don’t Let Me Down: From Data to Policy

Palpasa Kansakar, Health Insurance Board, Nepal

Alexander Yu, Stanford University

Grace Appiah, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Gianluca Breghi, Fondazione Achille Sclavo

Ashar Malik, Aga Khan University

Senjuti Saha, Child Health Research Foundation

Abstract Session 10: The Long and Winding Road: Genomics

Sadia Isfat Ara Rahman, icddr,b

Amber Barton, University of Oxford

Mohammad Saiful Islam Sajib, Child Health Research Foundation

Zoe Dyson, University of Cambridge, University of Melbourne & Monash University

Abstract Session 11: Magical Mystery Tour: The Late Breakers

Thomas Bentley, Oxford Vaccine Group

Senjuti Saha, Child Health Research Foundation & Stanford University

Jacob John, Christian Medical College, Vellore

Claas Kirchhelle, University of Oxford

Plenary: Imagine: Global Action for Local Impact Toward Elimination

Jeffrey (Jeff) Stanaway, Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation

John A. Crump, University of Otago

Stephen Luby, Stanford University

Phionah Atuhebwe, World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa