Advanced TB Research Training Course 2022

September 12-16, 2022 from 7:30-11:00am US Pacific Time

Visit the course webpage to access the video presentations and slides from the 2022 Advanced TB Research Training Course.

The TRTC/SEATRAC will hold our annual Advanced TB Research Training Course virtually. This seminar is geared toward students, trainees, as well as experienced investigators who are new to the TB field. The latest progress and research findings in the TB/HIV fields will be summarized and discussed with the majority of talks focused on clinical epidemiology and implementation science. Topics included: TB Local to Global Epidemiology, Frontiers of TB Immunology and Biomarkers, TB Diagnostics Pipeline and Landscape, Promise of Novel Vaccines and Clinical Trial Considerations, Major Challenges of TB in Low & Middle Income Countries, TB Research Unmet Needs and Priorities for the Next Decade, TB Treatment Discovery of New Drugs and Regimens, TB Pathogenesis, New Directions for TB Prevention, Salient Research Topics for TB/HIV Co-infection, TB Research Unmet Needs and Priorities for the Next Decade, Introduction to TB Disease Modeling, and more…

Registration is required, but a waiver will be issued if you are from an LMIC.

Sponsored by: UW TRTC, SEATRAC in conjunction with the Department of Medicine & Department of Global Health and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Contact Paul Drain, seatrac@uw.edu with any questions 

Download the Advanced TB Research Training 2022 Course Flyer.

Download the Advanced TB Research Training Course Agenda. 

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To find information on 2019 and 2018 Global TB/HIV Research Seminar, please see below

Agenda from the 2019 program PDF iconGlobal TB.HIV Seminar Agenda 2019.pdf

Presenters slides from the 2018 program can be found next to their name below. Some of the presentations are too large so have been posted a google drive which can be accessed here.

8:00     Continental breakfast

8:45      Welcome and Introduction, Paul Drain (UW)

9:00      TB Local to Global Epidemiology: the Big Picture,

            Paul Drain (UW)

9:30      Frontier of TB Immunology and Biomarkers, Javeed Shah (UW)

10:00    Coffee break

10:30    TB Diagnostics Pipeline and Landscape, David Boyle (PATH)PDF iconBoyle UW TB.pdf

11:00    New Directions for TB Prevention, David Horne (UW)PDF icon4 Horne ....pdf

11:30    Panel Discussion: Major Challenges of TB in LMICs

            Moderator: Paul Drain (UW)

12:00    Lunch

1:00      Promise of Novel Vaccines and Clinical Trial Considerations, Chetan Seshadri (UW)PDF icon5 Seshadri TBHIV_Seminar_.pdf

1:30      Salient Research Topics of TB/HIV Co-infection, Adrienne Shapiro (UW)PDF icon6 Shapiro TBHIV research TRTC 2018.pdf

2:00      Panel Discussion: TB Research: Unmet Needs and Priorities for the Next Decade

            Moderator: Chetan Seshadri (UW)

2:30     Coffee break

3:00      Researching TB for Maternal and Child Health, Sylvia LaCourse (UW)

3:30      Introduction to TB Disease Modeling, Bradley Wagner (IDM)PDF icon8 Wagner IntroTBmodeling_BradleyGWagner_Final.pdf

4:00      Panel Discussion: TB Among Vulnerable and Neglected Populations

            Moderator: Sylvia La Course (UW)

4:30     Program Concludes

 

 


                                                                 
 

 

 

 

 

 

June 11, 2021

Advanced TB Research Training Course 2021

Advanced TB Research Training Course 2021

Archive videos from the 2021 course can be found here by clicking the daily course schedule: https://courses.washington.edu/tbresearchcourse/curriculum-schedule/#

September 13-17, 2021 from 7:30-11:00am pacific time, the TRTC will hold our annual Advanced TB Research Training Course virtually. This seminar is geared toward students, trainees, as well as experienced investigators who are new to the TB field. The latest progress and research findings in the TB/HIV fields will be summarized and discussed with the majority of talks focused on clinical epidemiology and implementation science. Topics included: TB Local to Global Epidemiology, Frontiers of TB Immunology and Biomarkers, TB Diagnostics Pipeline and Landscape, Promise of Novel Vaccines and Clinical Trial Considerations, Major Challenges of TB in Low & Middle Income Countries, TB Research Unmet Needs and Priorities for the Next Decade, TB Treatment Discovery of New Drugs and Regimens, TB Pathogenesis, New Directions for TB Prevention, Salient Research Topics for TB/HIV Co-infection, TB Research Unmet Needs and Priorities for the Next Decade, Introduction to TB Disease Modeling, and more…

Details on the program as well as registration can be found here: https://courses.washington.edu/tbresearchcourse/ 

Registration is required, but a waiver will be issued if you are from a LMIC.

The flyer can be downloaded here: PDF iconAdvanced TB Research Training Course Flyer - speakers.pdf