Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health
May 29-June 16, 2023
Returning for its eighth year the Summer Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health is offering 10 engaging courses in 2023!
Our offerings attract students looking for a deeper understanding of key infectious disease topics and attract working researchers and clinicians looking for professional development courses taught by leaders in the field. The schedule of courses for 2023 is below. Links to each course page provide more details of what will be taught and exact dates, times, and format of the courses.
The 2023 edition of the Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health features 10 diverse courses that offer a range of learning on topics from research methods to the latest about diagnostics. This year we welcome two new courses “Engaging all health providers to End TB: Public-Private Mix (PPM)” and “Pandemic Preparedness, Alert, and Response”. Our popular hands-on laboratory course “Malaria and Parasitic Zoonoses” returns this year and complements the “Clinical Tropical and Geographic Medicine” course as a great biannual update for clinicians. Many courses are offering in-person options this year and we encourage you to join us in Montreal!
Courses are taught by leaders in the field of infectious diseases at McGill University and the McGill University Health Centre. Topics include TB, HIV, AIDS, tropical diseases, and COVID-19. In addition, we bring a wide variety of guest faculty from all over the world to give their unique perspective. Learn more about who is teaching the courses.
Participants are encouraged to take as many courses as fit in their schedule. A certificate of participation will be issued for each course.
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List of courses by week
Select any of the courses below to learn more about course content, faculty and the target audience.
Week 2: May 29-June 3
- Advanced TB Diagnostics (Hybrid, May 29-June 2)
Week 3: June 4-9
- Laboratory: Malaria and Parasitic Zoonoses (In-person only, June 4)
- Clinical Tropical and Geographic Medicine (Hybrid, June 5-7)
- TB Research Methods (Hybrid, June 5-9)
- Antimicrobial Resistance (Hybrid, June 8-10)
Week 4: June 12-16
- Qualitative Methods in Global Infectious Diseases Research (Online only, June 12-16)
- Engaging all health providers to End TB: Public-Private Mix (PPM) (Online only, June 12-16)
- Pandemic Preparedness, Alert, and Response (Online only, June 12-14)