Clinical and Epidemiological aspects of Monkeypox by Dr Alfonso J Rodriguez-Morales

Clinical and Epidemiological aspects of Monkeypox by Dr Alfonso J Rodriguez-Morales

Overview

Everything you need to know about Monkeypox. There have been more than 3000 cases of monkeypox globally, most of them are from Europe. For the first time, cases have been reported from non-endemic areas also besides West and Central Africa, which are endemic for monkeypox. Why has this occurred? Join us today at 9.30am IST for an elucidating discussion on clinical and epidemiological aspects of monkeypox with Dr Alfonso J Rodriguez-Morales, a renowned expert in emerging and re-emerging diseases

Speakers

Dr. Alfonso J  Rodriguez-Morales
Dr. Alfonso J Rodriguez-Morales

president of the Travel Medicine Committee and president of the Colombian Association of Infectious Diseases (ACIN)

Dr. Alfonso J. Rodriguez-Morales is a president of the Travel Medicine Committee of the Pan-American Infectious Diseases Association (API), as well as the president of the Colombian Association of Infectious Diseases ACIN. He is a member of the Committee on Tropical Medicine, Zoonoses, and Travel Medicine of ACIN and and a Member of the Council of the International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID). He is a Vice-President of the Latin American Society for Travel Medicine (SLAMVI). He has been Recognized as a Senior Researcher, at the Ministry of Science of Colombia in 2014.


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