Join the Infectious Disease ListServ
Did you know there is an Infectious Disease ListServ? Join the conversation. To learn more, click here.
'Infectious Disease in the Immunocompromised Host' Symposium
Fred Hutch’s 2nd Symposium on Infectious Disease in the Immunocompromised Host took place June 19-20, 2017 in Seattle, WA and featured internationally renowned scholars discussing a broad range of topics including: vaccines, immunotherapy, fungal infections, the microbiome, respiratory viruses, and CMV. Please go to the symposium website to view the program.
The steering committee provides leadership for the TID-SIG and linkage with the ASBMT leadership, and will nominate representatives to serve on appropriate ASBMT committees. The steering committee is made up of health care professionals, in the early to advanced stages of their careers, with an interest in transplant infectious diseases.
The steering committee includes the founding members of the TID-SIG:
Roy F. Chemaly, M.D., MPH, Chair (MD Anderson Cancer Center), email@example.com
Michael Boeckh, M.D., Ph.D., Vice Chair (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center), firstname.lastname@example.org
Aliyah Baluch, M.D., MSc (Moffitt Cancer Center)
Kieren Marr, M.D. (Johns Hopkins Hospital)
Janet Englund, M.D. (University of Washington)
Ella J. Ariza-Heredia, M.D. (MD Anderson Cancer Center)
Sherif B. Mossad, M.D. (The Cleveland Clinic Foundation)
Join the Transplant Infectious Diseases Special Interest Group
Candidates who join the TID-SIG have greater visibility within ASBMT, promoting collaboration between physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other related specialties that have interest in infectious diseases and HCT. This SIG provides a forum for discussion of transplant infectious disease-related issues in the context of HCT and encourages research collaboration in this area.
In addition, members have opportunities to be involved in the annual meeting through plenary sessions, oral abstract sessions and poster presentations, and to serve on different ASBMT committees.
How You Can Join
Membership is open to any ASBMT member; those most likely to join include national and international health care professionals with interest in infectious diseases in HCT recipients. This includes:
- Physician assistants
- Nurse practitioners
- Study coordinators
- Other related health care professionals
If you would like to join the SIG, you must first be a member of the ASBMT. If you are already a member of ASBMT, send an email to email@example.com to join this SIG.
Read the Transplant Infectious Diseases SIG charter for more information on the SIG's purpose, membership and committees, including committee composition, selection and responsibilities.
Access the 2009 "Guidelines for Preventing Infectious Complications among Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation Recipients: A Global Perspective"