The International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man

Cancelled for 2017

The numbers of registrants and abstracts was not sufficient to support the costs or scientific program for a meeting

See you next year in Saskatoon!

Welcome to the Scientific Study of Zoonoses!

The annual International Conference on Diseases in Nature Communicable to Man seeks to increase knowledge and awareness of zoonotic disease within the medical and public health communities.
INCDNCM conferences have been held annual since 1946 and are multidisciplinary, including presentations on viral, rickettsial, bacterial, parasitic, and prion-related diseases acquired from natural sources, including animals (wild or domestic), contaminated water or food supplies, arthropod vectors and other sources.

Submitted presentations are typically 10-15 minutes in length and can describe epidemiological, genetic, clinical, ecological, diagnostic or laboratory-related aspects of the above diseases. Student presentations are encouraged.

The R.R. Parker Memorial Lecture features an invited specialist in an aspect of zoonotic disease.

Please join us for updates on some very intriguing diseases. It is always a memorable scientific event.

For information on the 71st (2016) Conference in Guelph, ON, click on 2016 Conference on the sidebar

For information on the 70th (2015) Conference in Hamilton, MT, click on 2015 Conference on the sidebar

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