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Tularemia is a rapidly progressive and potentially fatal zoonosis of humans caused by the intracellular bacterial pathogen, Francisella tularensis. Because of its low infectious dose and lethality when inhaled, F. tularensis was developed as a bioweapon by three countries, and remains a potential bioterroist agent. Research and understanding of tularemia pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention have been significantly advanced by the International Conferences on Tularemia, the first of which was held in Umea, Sweden in 1995. Attendance and impact of this triennial series of meetings has grown steadily in subsequent years. At present, this conference is a unique venue that brings together scientists and interested parties from the U.S., Canada, Scandinavia, Europe, Russia, and Japan.

10th International Conference on Tularemia, October 12-15, 2021, Grenoble Alps, France

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  • $75 Discount on Academic/Government Registration Fee for Tularemia 2021 in Grenoble, France

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Any professional who is involved in research, teaching and/or public service and whose activities are related to the study of tularemia is eligible for membership provided that he/she supports the goals and objectives of the Society as set forth in the Terms of Reference and By-Laws.

Statistics from 9th International Conference on Tularemia, Montreal, Canada
140
Number of Participants
79
Number of Poster Presentations
40
Number of Oral Presentations
96
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