The IDASTP (Infectious Disease Across Scales Training Program) will present the virtual IDASTP Career Panel scheduled for March 30, 2021 from 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM (Eastern Time, US).
This new event will follow the IDAS Symposium scheduled on the same day (see link below for IDAS Symposium details). Both IDAS Symposium keynotes speakers, Vincent Bond from Morehouse School of Medicine and Erin Mordecai from Stanford University, will join IDASTP Trainee Elizabeth Sajewski and IDASTP Award of Distinction awardee Sandra Mendiola for a one hour question and answer session designed for undergraduate and graduate students. Jacobus de Roode IDASTP Director will moderate the panel as we explore the career pathway in the field of infectious disease across scales approach.
If you would like to register for the IDAS Symposium which is open to everyone (faculty, students and staff), follow the link below.
You can also join the IDAS Listserv by registering at the link below.
The IDASTP (Infectious Disease Across Scales Training Program) at Emory University is a NIH T32 grant funded by the NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases) in 2019. This training program supports pre-doctoral students in the area of infectious disease across scale research approach.
The objective of the IDASTP is to produce broadly trained and competitive scientists who use interdisciplinary cross-scale approaches to better study and control infectious disease.