International Conference on Parasitology, Infectious Diseases, STDs and STIS (PGR)

International Conference on Parasitology, Infectious Diseases, STDs and STIS (PGR)
Event on 2017-09-21 09:00:00
About Conference Parasitology infectious diseases ,STDs and STIs accentuates modern approaches to parasitology, covering the latest advances in the subject. Parasitology meeting covers all aspects of parasitology and host-parasite relationships, including the latest sighting in parasite biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics, ecology and epidemiology in the context of the biological, medical and veterinary sciences. With the same objective Pulsus meetings invites all the participants from all over the world to attend International Conference on Parasitology, Infectious Diseases, STDs and STIs during September 21 and 22 San Antonio, USA The parasitology congress is an exciting opportunity for attendees in the field of parasitology & sexually transmitted diseases to network and share knowledge in the areas of tropical parasitology, infectious diseases, medicine, malaria, zoonosis, veterinary health, travel medicine and many more. The conference will include international plenary speakers, Special sessions, Symposium, oral presentations, exhibition, poster session and the young scientist award. Why to attend??  This is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the parasitology community live  events—conferences, workshops, lunch & learns–provide unique learning and career building opportunities that you just can’t find anywhere else. We always return from a conference with new ideas and approaches that make us more effective and efficient at work   Target Audience: Specialists in Parasitology Academicians Parasitology Educators Disease Specialists Parasitology research groups Veterinary parasitologists Medical doctors Parasitology Societies & Organisations Health professionals Biomedical Researchers Research scholars Students     Sessions and Tracks Track 1: Introduction to Parasitology and Stds: Parasitic infections/worms can be studied from different angles: we can focus on the parasites, their hosts, the environments they share and the ways in which they interact. Societies working in this field come from numerous backgrounds, including zoology, ecology, biochemistry, immunology, molecular biology, pharmacology, ecology, economics, anthropology, sociology, engineering, agriculture, education,  and, of course, human and veterinary medicine; marine biology Specific disciplines focus on specific aspects, thus parasitological knowledge may be fragmented Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), or sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are usually no inheritable by sexual contact. The organisms that cause sexually transmitted diseases might pass from person to person in blood, semen, or channel and alternative bodily fluids. Sometimes these infections may be transmitted no sexually, like from mother to baby throughout maternity or vaginal birth, or through blood transfusions or shared needles Track 2: Protozoology of parasitology Protozoology of  parasitology generally has incorporated the investigation of three noteworthy groups of creatures: parasitic protozoa, parasitic helmets (worms), and those arthropods that specifically cause ailment or go about as vectors of multiple pathogens. A parasite is a pathogen that all the while harms and gets sustenance from its host. Particular creatures called parasites are really commensals, in that they neither advantage nor offended their host. Despite the fact that parasitology had its sources in the zoologic sciences, it is today an interdisciplinary field, significantly impacted by microbiology, immunology, marine biology, zoology and other life sciences. A misguided judgment about parasitic worms is that they happen just in tropical ranges. Albeit most parasitic pollutions are more predominant in the tropics, numerous individuals in calm and subtropical regions additionally get to be tainted, and guests to tropical nations may come back with a parasite disease. Track 3: Aqua culture parasites and risk of human health. Most of the fish parasites which cause disease in fish are protozoal parasites. Regularly, these parasites are available in huge numbers either on the surface of the fish, inside the gills, or both. When they are available in the gills, they cause issues with breathing and demise will normally happen when extra stressors are available in the sea-going environment. Protozoal parasites on the skin, blades or scales just, (i.e., not influencing the gills) ordinarily don't bring about death, unless they are joined by an auxiliary bacterial disease. These incorporate species found on outside surfaces and species found in particular organs. Most protozoa have coordinate life cycles, however the myxosporidia require an invertebrate middle of the road have. Track 4: Agriculture and veterinary parasitology. Veterinary parasitology is the study of being parasites, particularly connections amongst parasites and creature has. Parasites of residential creatures, (domesticated animals and pet creatures), and also untamed life creatures are considered. Animal parasites and their effect on agriculture. A parasite is an organism that lives in or on another and takes its nourishment from that other organism Veterinary parasitologists study about the beginning and improvement of parasitizes in creature has, and additionally the scientific classification and systematics of parasites, with the morphology, life cycles, and living needs of parasites in nature and in creature has. Utilizing an assortment of research techniques, they analyse, treat, and counteract creature parasitizes. Information acquired from parasitological investigates in creatures helps in veterinary practice and enhances creature rearing. The significant impartial of veterinary parasitology is to ensure creatures and enhance their wellbeing, but since various creature parasites are transmitted to people, veterinary parasitology is additionally vital for overall health Track 5: Molecular biology of parasites and sexually transmitted infections Molecular parasitology is the study of structures of parasitic proteins. Among protozoan parasites, the phylum of Apicomplexa incorporates life forms in charge of jungle fever, toxoplasmosis and cryptosporidiosis. Trypanosoma and Leishmania parasites, having a place with the phylum of Kinetoplastida, cause Chagas ailment, African Sleeping Disease and instinctive leishmaniasis. For some of these ailments, for example, intestinal sickness, existing medications confront the risk of resistance. For others, example, cryptosporidiosis, there is no compelling chemotherapy. Atomic Parasitology includes sub-atomic science and organic chemistry of parasitic worms and helminths and their communications with both the authoritative and middle of the road have. The primary branches of knowledge secured are the structure, biosynthesis, corruption, properties and capacity of DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, sugars and little atomic weight substances, medicate target portrayal and the method of activity of antiparasitic operators. Sexually transmitted infections (STI), additionally cited as sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and genital diseases (VD), and are infections that are usually unfold by sex, particularly channel intercourse, sexual perversion or sexual perversion. STIs no inheritable before or throughout birth might end in poor outcomes for the baby. Some STIs might cause issues with the power to urge pregnant More than thirty completely different bacterium, viruses, and parasites will cause STIs.microorganism STIs embrace chlamydia, gonorrhoea, and social disease among others. Infective agent STIs embraces Venus's curse, HIV/AIDS, and venereal warts among others. Parasitic STIs embrace protozoal infection among others. Whereas sometimes unfold by sex, some STIs can even be unfold by non-sexual contact with contaminated blood and tissues, breastfeeding, or throughout giving birth. Track 6: Helminthology of parasites.  Helminthology is the field of medicine that pertains to helmets (worms) capable of disease in people. The health of the public impact of medical helminths is appreciable.apporix three billion people are infected by soil-transmitted helminths such as Trichuris trichiura; Ascaris, hookworms, and by schistosomes. Earlier lot of childhood infections by soil-transmitted helminths delays physical and reasoning development. Other widespread helminthic infections include filariasis, dracunculiasis onchocerciasis, lymphatic (Guinea worm disease), and food-borne nematodes; tramatodes and tapeworm infections. All of these infections cause chronic disease and debilitation Track 7: Medical parasitology and parasitic infections. Medical parasitology is the study of three major groups of animals: parasitic protozoa, helminths (worms), and arthropods that they cause disease or they act as vectors of various pathogens. A parasite is a pathogen that simultaneously damages and derives sustenance from its host. Some organisms called parasites are actually commensals, in that they neither benefit nor harm their host. Although parasitology had its origins in the zoological sciences, medical it is an interdisciplinary field, greatly influenced by microbiology, immunology, biochemistry, and marine biology other life sciences. A delusion about parasitic worms is that they occur only in tropical areas. Though most parasitic infections are more prevalent in the tropics, many people in moderate and subtropical areas also develop infected, and visitors to tropical countries may return with a parasite infection. Track 8: Medical entomology and fisheries biology. Medical entomology is engaged upon Insects and arthropods that effect human wellbeing. Fisheries biology is the academic discipline of managing and understanding fisheries science is the academic discipline of managing and understanding fisheries Medicinal entomology likewise incorporates logical research on the conduct, biology, and the study of disease transmission of arthropod ailment vectors, and includes a colossal effort to people in general, including district and state establishments and other partners in light of a legitimate concern for open security, at long last in drive circumstance identified with one wellbeing approach for the most part comfort strategy producers prescribes to broadly materialness of healing entomology for malady control effective and best fit on achieving improvement objective and to handle the recently maturing zoonotic sicknesses. Track 9: Experimental Immunoparasitology: Immunoparasitology is "the study of the immunology of host-parasite relationships". Parasites are pathogens that simultaneously harm and derive nutrition from its host. They are expert evaders of host immunity of host pathogen interactions. Parasites are the organisms that whole part or all of their life cycle inside a host organism. Infections of humans produced by parasites number in billions and range from relatively inoffensive to fatal. The diseases caused by these parasites establish major human health problems through the world. The frequency of many parasitic infections (eg. schistosomiasis, malaria) has increased moderately than decreased in recent years. Other parasitic illnesses have increased in position as a result of the AIDS epidemic.Like other pathogens, parasites must survive in the face of a highly effective immune system. Over millions of years of evolution, they prosper in this through a great diversity of approaches for avoiding immune detection, conquering cellular immunity and deflecting immune attack mechanisms. Similarly hosts have evolved resistance in various ways to overcome their entry and being. Host- parasite interactions provide interesting examples of evolutionary 'arms-races' in which the immune system plays a key role. Track 10: Structural and marine parasitology. Structural parasitology is the study of assemblies of parasitic proteins.  Among protozoan parasites, the phylum of Apicomplexa includes organisms responsible for malaria, toxoplasmosis and cryptosporidiosis. Leishmania and Trypanosoma parasites, belonging to the phylum of Kinetoplastida, cause Chagas disease, Marine Parasitology is an important field in aquatic science. Because of its close connection to other fields in marine sciences such as fisheries, Mari culture, fish ecology and environmental monitoring, marine parasitology should be seen in the context of other marine science corrections African Sleeping Disease and visceral leishmaniasis.  For some of these diseases, such as malaria, existing drugs face the threat of resistance.  For others, such as cryptosporidiosis, there is no effective chemotherapy. Track 11: Vector-borne Diseases – rapid diagnosis of Ebola & zika virus: Vector-borne diseases are parasitic infections transmitted by the mouthful bite of infected arthropod species, such as mosquitoes, ticks; sandflies, and blackflies; triatomine bugs. Arthropod vectors are cold-blooded (ectothermic) and thus particularly sensitive to climatic factors. Weather influences existence and reproduction rates of vectors, in turn influencing habitat unsuitability, spreading and abundance; intensity and temporal pattern of vector activity (particularly biting rates) during the year; and rates of development, survival and reproduction of pathogens inside vectors. However, climate is only one of many factors influencing vector delivery, such as habitat destruction, land use, insecticide application, and host density. It includes: Mosquito-borne Diseases Sand-fly-borne Diseases Tick-borne Diseases Sand-fly-borne Diseases Possible non-specific laboratory indicators of EVD embody an occasional living substance count; AN at the start cut white corpuscle count followed by AN accrued white corpuscle count; elevated levels of the liver enzymes amino acid transferees (ALT) and aspartate transferase (AST); and abnormalities in activity curdling clotting coagulation typically according to disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) like a chronic factor II time, partial factor III time, and hurt time.Filovirions, like EBOV, is also known by their distinctive filiform shapes in cell cultures examined with microscopy, however this methodology cannot distinguish the varied filo viruses The vertebrate hosts of the virus were primarily monkeys in an exceedingly questionable endemically mosquito-monkey-mosquito cycle, with solely occasional transmission to humans. Before the present pandemic began in 2007, Zika "rarely caused recognized 'spill over' infections in humans, even in extremely endemically areas". just like the black vomit virus and also the dengue virus  and also the Chikungunya virus though the explanation for the pandemic is unknown, dengue, a connected  that infects a similar species of dipteran vectors, is thought particularly to be intense by urbanization and economic process. Zika is primarily unfold by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, and may even be transmitted through sexual contact or blood transfusions.   Track 12: Plant microbe symbiosis:  Symbiosis is a close and often long-term interaction between two dissimilar biological species. In 1877 Albert Bernhard Frank used the word symbiosis to describe the mutualistic relationship in lichens Symbiosis can result in a relationship in which both organisms advantage. Nitrogen fixation by legumes is a significance of microbes that fix nitrogen and plants that supply simple __carbons. Plants and fungi have established a cooperation in which the plant provides nutrients and 'the fungi provide alkaloids to deter predation and allow for greater drought tolerance. More genera, plants and herbivores have basically co-evolved such that the action of herbivores on plants can lead to greater diversity and dispersion of seed. Complex cellulose degradation of plant material by herbivores is talented by specialized bacteria in gastrointestinal compartments that are optimally maintained by each host animal for bacterial growth. Within the mammalian digestive region, commensal microorganisms can provide energy, amino acids, and vitamins for the host, and provide protection against parasitic microorganisms. Track 13: Parasitic diseases and plant pathogens: Plant pathogens that are caused by pathogenic microorganisms. These organisms include fungi, bacteria, and viruses. About 85% of all plant diseases are caused by fungi. At once fungi were considered to be types of plants. Indeed, mycology, the scientific study of fungi, is still done today in botany departments. However, in modern biology, fungi are not considered plants. They are placed in their own Kingdom with equivalent status to the conversant Animal and Plant Kingdoms.                                                                                                       Most phytopathogenic fungi belong to the Ascomycetes and the Basidiomycetes The fungi reproduce both sexually and asexually via the production of spores and other structures. Spores may be feast long distances by air or water, or they may be soil borne. Many soil living fungi are capable of living saprotrophic ally, carrying out the part of their life cycle in the soil. These are known as facultative saprotrophs Track 14: Approaches to control parasitic diseases, STD and hiv: The control of parasitic diseases of humans has been started since the aetiology and natural history of the infections was recognized and the deleterious effects on human health and well-being respected by policy makers, medical practitioners and public health specialists. However, while some parasitic infections such as malaria have proved difficult to control, as defined by a continued reduction in incidence, others, particularly helminth infections can be effectively controlled. The different approaches to control from diagnosis, to treatment and cure of the clinically sick patient, to control the transmission within the community by pre-emptive chemotherapy and vector control are outlined. Firstly, a number of newer serology-based assays that are highly specific and sensitive have arose, such as the Falcon assay screening test ELISA (FAST-ELISA) , Dot-ELISA , rapid antigen detection system (RDTS) , and luciferase immunoprecipitation system (LIPS) . Secondly, molecular-based methods such as loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) , real-time polymerase chain reaction , and Luminex  have shown a high possible for use in parasite analysis with increased specificity and sensitivity. Thirdly, proteomic technology has also been introduced for the detection of biomarkers using tissues or biological fluids from the infected host. Track 15: Immunoparasitology: The study of the immunology of host-parasite relationships–can post some notable research successes over the past decade. Progress towards prophylactic molecularly-defined vaccines in contradiction of human parasitic diseases such as falciparum malaria, schistosomiasis mansoni and cutaneous leishmaniasis, though, new vaccines are not coming as easily as might be hoped mainly because of several absences in knowledge on the immunology of host-parasite relationships and the unknown significance of well-characterized model systems to real-life parasitic diseases. One important shove in parasite research today is the development of vaccines against parasites of man and livestock. The benefits of experiencing life-long immunity among individuals and the goal of communicating complete protection to entire populations is an important heavy force in the effort to discover vaccines against parasites. The existence of effective vaccines against viruses and bacteria provides motivation to immunoparasitologists to develop analogous protection approaches against protests and helminths. However, the understanding that these eukaryotic organisms are much more immunologically complex has led to an appreciation that much more basic research in parasite immunology is obligatory in order to assurance success in the widespread use of vaccines to control protozoan and metazoan parasites. Track 16: Vaccines; drugs development and control measures: Presently disease control and treatment of parasitic infections focuses on chemotherapy, but re-infection often happens without continued treatment, creation vaccination a far desirable option as a simple, one-step procedure to interrupt transmission. Many improvements are under way in parasite genomics, as well as new vaccine delivery systems. Malaria is a revolutionary, ignored, however common cause of death throughout the world. It causes over one million deaths per year, making it one of the greatest silent killers of humans. However, there are certain steps that can be occupied to control its.endemicity Unlike some infectious diseases whose frequency are declining, due to prevention exertions and scientific advances in treatment and vaccines, malaria occurrence continues to rise due to wide-spread resistance to many of the present drugs. There are no successful malaria vaccines. Hence, there is an emerging need for scientific research in these grounds for the well-being of mankind Antiparasitic drugs have been used successfully to control parasitic diseases in animals for many years, as they are safe, cheap and effective against a broad spectrum of parasites Track 17: Protozoan Parasites: The name ‘proto-zoo’ literally means ‘first animals’ and early classification systems grouped the protozoa as basal members of the animal kingdom. However, they were recognized as a discrete assemblage on the basis of their unicellularlity and were assigned to the taxon Protozoa.  More recently, the protozoa have been classified together with several algal and fungal groups in the kingdom Protista. Irrespective of contemporary classification systems, most parasitological texts continue to use the name protozoa for historical reasons. Protozoa are eukaryotic organisms which exist as structurally and functionally independent individual cells. None have adopted multicellular somatic organisation characteristic of metazoan organisms. Instead, protozoa have developed relatively complex subcellular feature which enable them to survive the rigours of their environments Track 18: Ecological and Systematic Parasitology: These moving areas of parasitology are rooted in the study of the evolution of parasites and their interactions with the environment providing by their hosts. These basic areas of review often lead to breakthroughs in functional areas of parasitology with direct or indirect benefits to man. With our increasing cognizance that human activities cause significant environmental destruction and extinction of species, biodiversity studies have recently expected a new importance. Major efforts are underway globally to behaviour floristic and faunistic surveys and document the spreading of species. Because the number of species of parasites exceeds the number of species of free-living plants and animals, it is clear that biodiversity research will involve the talents and efforts of parasitologists. Methods developed by molecular biologists have been useful to questions regarding relationships among taxonomic groups of parasites and are providing controlling new insights. The study of ecological aspects of host/parasite relationships has promoted greatly from the use of computer technology to vastly increase the ability of parasitologists to quantify and investigate the dynamics of parasite populations. The tools of molecular biology are also being assimilated into the field of ecological parasitology and the promise of new detections regarding parasite life cycles, detection and identification of parasites, patterns of parasite transmission, and colonization are extremely exciting Track 19: Significance of parasitology: The scientific study of parasites and of parasitism. Parasitism is a part of symbiosis and is defined as an intimate link between an organism (parasite) and another, larger species of organism upon which the parasite is metabolically dependent. Implied in this definition is the concept that the host is injured, while the parasite benefits from the association. Though theoretically parasites, pathogenic bacteria and viruses and nematode, fungal, and insect parasites of plants are usually outside the field of parasitology. The ecological and physiological relationships between parasites and their hosts constitute some of the most exciting examples of biological edition known. Much of classical parasitology has been devoted to the explanation of one of the most important aspects of host-parasite ecological relationships, namely, the spreading and the transmission of parasites to new hosts Track 20: Sexually transmitted parasites: The common of parasitic sexually transmitted diseases involve protozoan pathogens; however, nematode and arthropod illnesses are also included in this group.  The primary mode of transmission is nonsexual in nature, but sexual activity that results in faecal-oral contact can lead to transmission of these agents. Two parasitic diseases commonly transmitted by sexual contact are amebiasis and giardiasis. Parasitic STDs are caused by parasites passed from person-to-person and depending on the STD, can be transmitted during sexual activity; during non-sexual contact with another specific; from mother to infant during birth, or breastfeeding; and in some instances, from towels, or other objects that come in contact with an infected individual. Track 21: parasite ecology and population genetics: The study of parasites can expose information about their relationship with the host (eg. influences on mortality rate) and relationships between diverse populations of host species. This technique is commonly useful in fisheries biology where parasites are used to recognize different populations of the same fish. This forms an interesting application of the red queen hypothesis Track 22: Plant parasitic nematodes: Root-knot nematodes are plant-parasitic nematodes from the genus Meloidogyne. They occur in soil in parts with hot climates or short winters. Associates of the phylum Nematodes (round worms) have been in existence for an assessed one billion years, making them one of the most early and varied types of animals on earth (Wang et al. 1999). About 2000 plants international are susceptible to infection by root-knot nematodes and them because approximately 5% of global crop loss.   Parasitology Market Analysis The science deals with parasites and parasitism. Parasite is an organism that lives on host. Throughout history, people have coped with over 100 types of parasites affecting humans. Parasites have not, however, been thoroughly studied until the last few centuries. With his invention of the microscope in the late 1600s, the Dutch scientist Anton von Leeuwenhoek (1632–1723) was perhaps the first person to observe microscopic parasites. Parasitic diseases are caused by virus; bacteria; fungal; nematodes and protozoans. Some parasitic diseases are caused by plant parasitic not include are ectoparasites like insects, mites, vertebrate, or other pests that affect plant health by consumption of plant tissues. Why parasites are important?? The parasitic mode of life is the most common on the planet with congresses from all major taxa. Parasites have evolved highly focused adaptations that allow them to exploit host resources and to find a niche in every living organism. Negative significances of parasitic infection result in the gathering of diseases affecting animals and humans including trypanosomiasis, schistosomiasis, toxoplasmosis, leishmaniasis; elephantiasis and ascariasis to name a few. These diseases are caused by a broad variety of parasites from simple single celled forms to multi-cellular organisms such as lung, tapeworms and gut flukes, liver and roundworms. Hence, parasitology has broad presentations to human an, agriculture, fisheries, marine; veterinary medicine; nutrition and biodiversity. Research on parasitology and members associated: All most all the universities are carried out a research on parasitology and infectious diseases in USA. The major research areas are including medical parasitology and immunoparasitology which a large group of faculty focused on understanding the immune regulation of host with several parasitic diseases. cell and molecular; biochemical  parasitology in which investigators study a range of topics including drug resistance in toxoplasmosis, gene expression in malaria, and the molecular biology and neurobiology of infective nematode larvae, evolutionary biology with projects which focus on the contact trematodes with their snail hosts and the population dynamics of parasites of farmed animals Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite. People with malaria often understanding fever, chills, and flu-like illness. Left untouched, they may develop severe complications and die. In 2015 an estimated 214 million cases of malaria caused worldwide and 438,000 people died, mostly children in the African Region. About 1,500 cases of malaria are identified in the United States each year. The majority of cases in the United States are in travellers and immigrants returning from countries where malaria transmission caused, many from sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Worldwide deaths caused by parasites:  The end of 2014 saw the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013 (GBD 2013), in which 240 causes of death were studied through a methodical analysis.  Among the important findings were that worldwide, parasitic diseases caused more than one million deaths in the year 2013. To no one’s surprise, malaria was by far the major parasitic disease killer in 2013, producing over 850,000 deaths, with many of those deaths in African people under the age of five infected with Plasmodium falciparum.  Though, kinetoplastid infections – leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, and African trypanosomiasis – caused the deaths of over 80,000 people, while intestinal protozoan infections – cryptosporidiosis and amoebiasis – resulted in over 50,000 deaths.                         Deaths caused by parasitic diseases in 2015 Parasitic Disease worldwide Deaths in 2015 Malaria 854,954 Leishmaniasis (Kala-azar) 62,600 Cryptosporidiosis 42,900 Amoebiasis 12,300 Chagas disease 11,600 African Trypanosomiasis   7,900 Schistosomiasis   6,500 Ascariasis   5,500 Cystic Echinococcosis   3,200 Cysticercosis      900 Total Deaths from Parasitic Infections 1,008,354   Major Parasitology Associations in USA: ·         American Society of Parasitology ·         American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene ·         American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists ·         World Federation of Parasitologists ·         World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology ·         No More Malaria ·         Southwestern Association of Parasitology ·         Amercian Society of Animal Science ·         American Public Health Association (APHA) ·         American Board of Pathologists ·         Infectious Diseases Society of America RENOWNED SPEAKERS – PARASITOLOGY CONGRESS 2017 Atiq Khan Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam Pakistan Marjorie Jones Illinois State University USA Josephine Ngunjiri University of Nairobi Kenya Peter Keiyoro University of Nairobi Kenya Agenda Please contact the event manager Marilyn below for the following: – Discounts for registering 5 or more participants.- If you company requires a price quotation.Event Manager Contact: marilyn.b.turner(at)nyeventslist.comYou can also contact us if you require a visa invitation letter, after ticket purchase. 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