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[Parasitology] Epidemiology & Control of Infectious Diseases

Kowalewska, Marta A via parasite%40net.bio.net (by m.kowalewska from imperial.ac.uk)
Tue Apr 29 04:57:24 EST 2008

Dear Sir or Madam , 
Imperial College London is running a 2 week programme on Epidemiology
and Control of Infectious Diseases (please see details below).   We feel
this programme will be of interest to members of BIOSCI/Bionet Forum and
wonder if it is possible for you to help us announce this course on your
website?  In return, we will be happy to create a link to your site from
our programme webpage www.imperial.ac.uk/cpd/epidemiology
<http://www.imperial.ac.uk/cpd/epidemiology> . 
I look forward to your reply. 
Best wishes, 



	Introduction to mathematical models of gobal and emerging

	 1  -  12  September 2008  at Imperial College London

	An interactive short course for public health professionals,
policy-makers, clinicians, researchers and health economists.
Understand key concepts to critically evaluate research and policy
options.  How to choose appropriate control measures for different
diseases.  Latest developments, taught by world-leaders who advise
public health professionals and government on controlling pandemic
influenza, SARS, HIV, TB, foot-and-mouth disease and others.

	Lecturers include: Prof Sir Roy Anderson FRS, Prof Christl
Donnelly, Prof Alan Fenwick OBE, Prof Neil Ferguson OBE, Prof Geoff
Garnett, Prof Brian Spratt FRS, Prof Joanne Webster from the Department
of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London

	This course has been approved by the Royal College of Physicians
for 59 CPD credits.

	Directed by: Dr Christophe Fraser and Dr Peter White Department
of Infectious Disease Epidemiology,  Imperial College London

	Organised by Centre for Professional Development at Imperial
College London

	For full programme details, please contact Ulrika Wernmark on:
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7594 6886    Email: cpd from imperial.ac.uk
<mailto:cpd from imperial.ac.uk> 




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