Antibiotics and Infectious Diseases

Most microbiologists differentiate two groups of antimicrobial agents used in the treatment of infectious disease: antibiotics, which are natural substances produced by certain groups of microorganisms, and chemotherapeutic agents, which are chemically synthesize. Today's major challenges are the rising tide of antimicrobial resistance. Medical microbiology 2017 is the best place to find relevant information about novel antimicrobial drug discovery, preclinical investigations of new antimicrobials in the pipeline, and more.

  • Transplantation infectious diseases
  • Vaccines and immunization science
  • Virology (non-HIV), including hepatitis
  • Neglected tropical diseases, parasitic helminthic and protozoan infections, malaria, global health, and travel medicine
  • Novel antimicrobial agents and new research technologies.
  • Antimicrobial pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and general pharmacology
  • Antimicrobial stewardship and quality of care
  • Community-acquired infections in adults, including clinical trials

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