Preliminary scientific program

Hour

Theme

Room #1

Room #2

Room #3

Room #4

17:30 – 18:00

Opening session

18:00 – 19:00

Welcome: Inaugural Lecture «Social and demofraphic change of leishmaniasis: from the first WorldLeish to today»

19:00 – 20:30

Reception

Hour

Theme

Room #1

Room #2

Room #3

Room #4

7:00 – 8:30

Registration

8:30 – 9:30

Plenary talk 1: Social and demofraphic change of leishmaniasis: from the first WorldLeish to today

9:30 – 11:00

Satelites symposium (sessions 1 – 4)

Symposium # 1: The human in the transmission of Leishmania spp to sand flies: What’s new?

Symposium # 2: Is the prevention of canine leishmaniasis enough for the control of human zoonotic visceral leishmaniasis?

Symposium # 3: Reverse vaccinology: the hope of a prophylactic vaccine?

Symposium # 4: Leishmaniasis control: what is done and has to be done.

11:00 – 11:30

Cofee Break

11:30 – 13:00

Satelites symposium (sessions 5 – 8)

Symposium # 5: Immunological perspectives of leishmaniasis: beyond the Th1/Th2 paradigm

Symposium # 6: How to achieve mental health and psychosocial well-being in leishmaniasis

Symposium # 7: Strategies for the elimination of barriers to diagnosis

Symposium # 8: Future prospects in the treatment of cutaneous leishmanaisis form

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 15:00

Oral communications (sessions 1 – 4)

Oral communications session # 1

Oral communications session # 2

Oral communications session # 3

Oral communications session # 4

15:00 – 16:30

Oral communications (sessions 5 – 8)

Oral communications session # 5

Oral communications session # 6

Oral communications session # 7

Oral communications session # 8

16: 30 – 17:30

Poster Presentation

17:30 – 18:00

Cofee Break

18:00 – 19:30

Special meetings 1: Leishmaniasis control programme in Asian southeast

Hour

Theme

Room #1

Room #2

Room #3

Room #4

8:30 – 9:30

Plenary talk 2: Impact of the armed conflict, dispalcement and refugees in the ocurrence of leishmaniasis: how big is the problem

9:30 – 11:00

Satelites symposium (sessions 9 – 12)

Symposium # 9: Undestanding Leishmania: From the «»omics»» to the clinic»

Symposium # 10: Health and social information systems in support of local health planning: issues and challenges.

Symposium # 11: Implementation of strategies for increasing access to treatment.

Symposium # 12: Integrated Management of leishmaniasis: Lessons Learned from Existing Practice and Field Research..

11:00 – 11:30

Cofee Break

11:30 – 13:00

Satelites symposium (sessions 13 – 16)

Symposium # 13: New Perspective on Improving Treatment Efficacy in canine leishmaniasis.

Symposium # 14: Geo-climatic factors and emerging of new foci of leishmaniasis

Symposium # 15: Drug discovery: Future directions

Symposium # 16: Leishmaniasis in non-HIV immunosuppressed patients

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 15:00

Oral communications (sessions 9 – 12)

Oral communications session #9

Oral communications session #10

Oral communications session #11

Oral communications session #12

15:00 – 16:30

Oral communications (sessions 13 – 16)

Oral communications session #13

Oral communications session #14

Oral communications session #15

Oral communications session #16

16: 30 – 17:30

Poster Presentation

17:30 – 18:00

Cofee Break

18:00 – 19:30

Special meetings 2:

Hour

Theme

Room #1

Room #2

Room #3

Room #4

8:30 – 9:30

Plenary talk 3: Burden of social stigma in cutaneous leishmaniasis

9:30 – 11:00

Satelites symposium (sessions 17 – 20)

Symposium # 17: Biomarkers for leishmaniasis

Symposium # 18: Clinical management of visceral leishmaniasis patients

Symposium # 19: Existing knowledge gaps in cutaneous and mucosal Leishmaniasis

Symposium # 20: Impact of RNA virus in the epidemiology of leishmaniasis.

11:00 – 11:30

Cofee Break

11:30 – 13:00

Satelites symposium (sessions 21 – 24)

Symposium # 21: Epidemiological Trend of Cutaneous and mucosal Leishmaniasis in Endemic Foci by regions

Symposium # 22: Public awareness and attitudes towards cutaneous leishmaniasis

Symposium # 23: Molecular markers for strain typing of Leishmania species: which are truly useful and in which regions or conditions

Symposium # 24: New trends and challenges in the Diagnosis of Leishmaniasis

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 19:30

City Tour

Hour

Theme

Room #1

Room #2

Room #3

Room #4

8:30 – 9:30

Plenary talk 4:

9:30 – 11:00

Satelites symposium (sessions 25-28)

Symposium # 25: Strategies to unify the Dx and species identification in Leishmaniasis

Symposium # 26: Computational approaches applied in drug discovery

Symposium # 27:

Symposium # 28:

11:00 – 11:30

Cofee Break

11:30 – 13:00

Oral communications (sessions 17 – 20)

Oral communications session # 17

Oral communications session # 18

Oral communications session # 19

Oral communications session # 20

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 15:00

Oral communications (sessions 21 – 24)

Oral communications session #21

Oral communications session #22

Oral communications session #23

Oral communications session #24

15:00 – 16:30

Oral communications (sessions 25 – 28)

Oral communications session #25

Oral communications session #26

Oral communications session #27

Oral communications session #28

16:30 – 17:30

Poster presentation

17:30 – 18:00

Cofee break

18:00 – 19:30

Special meetings #2:

Hour

Theme

Room #1

Room #2

Room #3

Room #4

8:30 – 9:30

Plenary talk 5: current status of leishmaniasis worldwide. Integrated Management of leishmaniasis: Lessons Learned from Existing Practice and Field Research.

9:30 – 11:00

Special symposium

11:00 – 11:30

Cofee Break

11:30 – 12:00

Awards

12:00 – 12:45

Closure lecture

12:45 – 13:30

Closing remarks

May 23 Monday

Opening session

Welcome: Inaugural Lecture «Social and demofraphic change of leishmaniasis: from the first WorldLeish to today»

Reception

May 24 Tuesday

Registration

Plenary talk 1: Social and demofraphic change of leishmaniasis: from the first WorldLeish to today

Room#1

Symposium # 1: The human in the transmission of Leishmania spp to sand flies: What’s new?

Room#2

Symposium # 2: Is the prevention of canine leishmaniasis enough for the control of human zoonotic visceral leishmaniasis?

Room#3

Symposium # 3: Reverse vaccinology: the hope of a prophylactic vaccine?

Room#4

Symposium # 4: Leishmaniasis control: what is done and has to be done.

Cofee Break

Room#1

Symposium # 5: Immunological perspectives of leishmaniasis: beyond the Th1/Th2 paradigm

Room#2

Symposium # 6: How to achieve mental health and psychosocial well-being in leishmaniasis

Room#3

Symposium # 7: Strategies for the elimination of barriers to diagnosis

Room#4

Symposium # 8: Future prospects in the treatment of cutaneous leishmanaisis form

Room#1

Oral communications session # 1

Room#2

Oral communications session # 2

Room#3

Oral communications session # 3

Room#4

Oral communications session # 4

Room#1

Oral communications session # 5

Room#2

Oral communications session # 6

Room#3

Oral communications session # 7

Room#4

Oral communications session # 8

Poster Presentation

Cofee Break

Special meetings 1: Leishmaniasis control programme in Asian southeast

May 25 Wednesday

Plenary talk 2: Impact of the armed conflict, dispalcement and refugees in the ocurrence of leishmaniasis: how big is the problem

Room#1

Symposium # 9: Undestanding Leishmania: From the «»omics»» to the clinic»

Room#2

Symposium # 10: Health and social information systems in support of local health planning: issues and challenges.

Room#3

Symposium # 11: Implementation of strategies for increasing access to treatment.

Room#4

Symposium # 12: Integrated Management of leishmaniasis: Lessons Learned from Existing Practice and Field Research..

Cofee Break

Room#1

Symposium # 13: New Perspective on Improving Treatment Efficacy in canine leishmaniasis.

Room#2

Symposium # 14: Geo-climatic factors and emerging of new foci of leishmaniasis

Room#3

Symposium # 15: Drug discovery: Future directions

Room#4

Symposium # 16: Leishmaniasis in non-HIV immunosuppressed patients

Room#1

Oral communications session #9

Room#2

Oral communications session #10

Room#3

Oral communications session #11

Room#4

Oral communications session #12

Room#1

Oral communications session #13

Room#2

Oral communications session #14

Room#3

Oral communications session #15

Room#4

Oral communications session #16

Poster Presentation

Cofee Break

Special meetings 2:

May 26 Thursday

Plenary talk 3: Burden of social stigma in cutaneous leishmaniasis

Room#1

Symposium # 17: Biomarkers for leishmaniasis

Room#2

Symposium # 18: Clinical management of visceral leishmaniasis patients

Room#3

Symposium # 19: Existing knowledge gaps in cutaneous and mucosal Leishmaniasis

Room#4

Symposium # 20: Impact of RNA virus in the epidemiology of leishmaniasis.

Cofee Break

Room#1

Symposium # 21: Epidemiological Trend of Cutaneous and mucosal Leishmaniasis in Endemic Foci by regions

Room#2

Symposium # 22: Public awareness and attitudes towards cutaneous leishmaniasis

Room#3

Symposium # 23: Molecular markers for strain typing of Leishmania species: which are truly useful and in which regions or conditions

Room#4

Symposium # 24: New trends and challenges in the Diagnosis of Leishmaniasis

City Tour

May 27 Friday

Plenary talk 4:

Room#1

Symposium # 25: Strategies to unify the Dx and species identification in Leishmaniasis

Room#2

Symposium # 26: Computational approaches applied in drug discovery

Room#3

Symposium #27

Room#4

Symposium #28

Cofee Break

Room#1

Oral communications session # 17

Room#2

Oral communications session # 18

Room#3

Oral communications session # 19

Room#4

Oral communications session # 20

Room#1

Oral communications session #21

Room#2

Oral communications session # 22

Room#3

Oral communications session # 23

Room#4

Oral communications session # 24

Room#1

Oral communications session # 25

Room#2

Oral communications session # 26

Room#3

Oral communications session # 27

Room#4

Oral communications session # 28

Poster Presentation

Cofee Break

Special meetings 2:

May 28 Saturday

Plenary talk 5: current status of leishmaniasis worldwide. Integrated Management of leishmaniasis: Lessons Learned from Existing Practice and Field Research.

Special symposium

Cofee Break

Closure lecture

Closing remarks