Penn State will host the 11th annual Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease Conference and Workshop
"I consider this one of the most enjoyable, friendly and stimulating meetings of the year, and I am thrilled to have it return to Penn State this year since this was where the meeting was held 11 years ago," said Peter Hudson, director of the Huck Institutes, who then added, jokingly, "I also have a special warm feeling for this meeting since it usually falls on my birthday, which accounts for why some people now refer to it as 'The Hudfest'."
The conference includes two days of presentations by leading experts on infectious diseases, as well as poster sessions and hands-on workshops focusing on modeling and analysis of ecological and evolutionary processes affecting infectious disease dynamics.
All registrations must be received by May 14, 2013.
More information is available on the 2013 EEID Conference website.