With the great success from our 1st Global Webinar on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Pediatric Infections in association with "The Canadian Academy of Sciences (CAS) Education Agency Inc", which was held on January 9, 2021, our planning commitee would like to invite Infectious Diseases Researchers, Scientists, Faculties, Healthcare Specialists, Infectious Disease Education Specialists, Young Investigators, Students, Laboratory Technicians, Pharmaceutical Industries, Medical Instruments Manufacturing Companies and experts across the World to 2nd Global Webinar on Emerging Infectious Diseases and Pediatric Infections which is going to be held on March 13 2021. The Emerging Infectious Diseases and Pediatric Infections conference mixes the discussion of emerging infectious disease topics, with time to enjoy the destination and socialize with colleagues and their families.
Previous participants Testimonials !!
"Well organized with rapid response to communications.The Global Webinar on Emerging Infectious Diseases held on January 9, 2021 was well organized with rapid response to communications. The Webinar gave me opportunity to present my research to a global audience and I enjoyed the scientific interaction."
C. J. Wright, PhD FRMS, Reader Bioprocess Engineering
Portfolio Director Medical Engineering
Head of Chemical and Biological Engineering Research Group
Biomaterials, Biofouling and Biofilms Engineering Laboratory (B3EL)
The Systems and Process Engineering Centre (SPEC)
College of Engineering | Y Coleg Peirianneg, Swansea University | Prifysgol Abertawe
Fabian Way | Ffordd Fabian, Crymlyn Burrows, Swansea | Abertawe, Wales | Cymru, SA1 8EN
Director, ProColl Ltd, UK and Membranology, UK
"Global Webinar on Emerging Infectious Diseases, was held on January 9, 2021. The conference was attended by scientists and specialists from many countries. The topic of the Сonference was about a dangerous disease like coronavirus and other Infectious Diseases. The conference was held in English. In the context of the pandemic, the Conference Organizer chose the only correct solution - the correspondence form of communication. A lot of reports in the form of Lectures-Presentations were listened to. This will help you choose new ways to diagnose, prevent and treat coronavirus. The Conference reports will be published in specialized journals."
Elena Germanovna Dmitrieva
Cand.Biol.Science’s for Clinical Pharmacology, Russia
"This Global Webinar on Emerging Infectious Disease provided a platform to present scientific works at this crucial time of need when the contact meeting is very difficult. It was a great opportunity to present my short piece of work at this forum where great scientist and researcher around the globe were present. Similarly, I was delighted to hear and learn many new ideas and knowledge on infectious diseases including COVID-19. However due to internet connectivity issues, I couldn’t some grab some lectures.
Nevertheless, I am overwhelmed as the webinar was well timed and very informative. Therefore, I will be glad to join on the upcoming webinars in the future conducted by Excel Group''.
Sr. Laboratory Officer.
Dept of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (Microbiology)
Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital
Lecturer, Khesar Gyelpo University of Medical Sciences of Bhutan, Bhutan
" What a pleasure it was to attend the global webinar on emerging infectious diseases that was held on January 9, 2021. Many specialists, researchers, scientists, and professors around the world were attended. I have not stopped talking about it with my Head and colleagues, as it was different and dealing with newly interesting infectious disease topics and all in all were useful, and helpful especially in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of novel Corona virus symptoms. I felt happy to share my presentation entitled “Measure to avoid remission of covid-19 infection” in this event, and hoping to share again in this precious networking".
Dr. Marwa M. Elmaghrabi, Consultant in medical analysis
Permanent researcher of stem cells and tissue culture labs
Alexandria Faculty of Medicine, Egypt.
"Global Webinar on Emerging Infectious Diseases, was held on January 9, 2021. The conference was attended by many professionals from different parts of the world. There were many interesting lectures, all presented in English. The themes of the presentations were all related to infectious disease (COVID-19, bacteria resistance, etc…)
The organization was excellent and they gave the opportunity of all presenters publishing their studies in open access journal without costs. I attest that all information that is related in this feedback is real."
Huang Wei Ling MD
Acupuncture and Pain Management Specialist
Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic,
Franca, São Paulo, Brazil.
The last week Webinar (Global webinar on emerging infectious diseases) was good and we had a great interction with people.
We will stay in touch !
Dr. Sivakumar Gowder
Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam
The conference was well organized with world class speakers and delegates. The scientific program and Pannel discussions are executed very well. I Would like to attend the future conferences organized by Excel Global Conferences and exhibitions in the upcoming years too. Congratulations to Excel Group for organizing such a pure scientific service oriented and non profitable event. All the best for your future events and Exhibitions. I would recommend my colleagues across the World to join the conferences organized by Excel Group.
All the Best !
Dr Yacob Mathai,
Marma Health Centre, Kerala. India
Greetings from PGIMER, Chandigarh, India!
I was pleased to attend the Global Webinar on Emerging Infectious Diseases, which was held on January 9, 2021. I had the pleasure of interacting with many esteemed scientists from different countries. The lectures were thought-provoking and gave us all an interesting insight into the subject of infectious diseases, which is especially relevant in these current times, and also how this current pandemic is giving rise to an increase in the incidence of infectious diseases. Furthermore, I would like to appreciate the effort of the organizers in organizing this interactive and informative webinar.
Dr. Anuradha Chakraborti,
Professor & Head, Department of Experimental Medicine & Biotechnology,
Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh, India