The 13th International Conference on Typhoid & Other Invasive Salmonelloses will take place in Kigali, Rwanda, December 5th-7th, 2023, under the theme Catalyzing Change: The Urgency of Expanding Impact-Driven Solutions.
Every two years, the Coalition against Typhoid, based at the Sabin Vaccine Institute, convenes the International Conference on Typhoid and Other Invasive Salmonelloses. The event brings together researchers, policymakers and advocates to invigorate and coordinate the global response to typhoid and other invasive salmonelloses by:
- Advancing the knowledge base through disseminating new data on typhoid and other invasive salmonelloses epidemiology in endemic countries
- Sharing and promoting best practices and strategies in the implementation of prevention and control methods for typhoid and other invasive salmonelloses
- Catalyzing the uptake and roll-out of the typhoid conjugate vaccine (TCV)
- Equipping participants with tools to contribute to national, regional and global advocacy efforts in the fight against typhoid and other invasive salmonelloses
- Fostering partnerships across sectors and regions to strengthen prevention and control efforts for typhoid and other invasive salmonelloses
Conference registration is now open! Click here to register
For this year’s conference, we have implemented a nominal registration fee that will allow us to predict attendance more accurately. The fee of $50 for participants from high-income countries and $25 for those from low and middle-income countries is payable by credit card at the time of registration and is non-refundable. Please complete registration only when your plans to attend are confirmed. We do not want the fee to be a barrier to attendance. If you are unable to pay the registration fee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possible solutions.
Following the International Conference, University of California, Davis; Sabin Vaccine Institute; and Massachusetts General Hospital will host a workshop for experienced R analysts centered on serocalculation in R, an innovative tool created to generate robust typhoid incidence estimates from cross-sectional serosurveys. If you are interested in participating in this workshop or would like more information, please click here.