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PLEASE NOTE: REDI Center officially ended opperations on July 12, 2012. This website is for archival purposes only. Some links may be inactive.

The Regional Emerging Diseases Intervention (REDI) Center is a research and training organization founded by the Singapore and United States to enhance the region’s capability and capacity to deal with emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases such as avian influenza and SARS. REDI Center is chartered in Singapore as an Intergovernmental Organization.

COMING UP

Date: 7-11 May 2012

Venue: Mandalay, Myanmar

 

RECENT EVENTS

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1

Escherichia coli O104:H4: the outbreak experience from Germany 2011

Prof. Reinhard Burger
(President, Robert Koch Institute)

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2

Microbiology and Diagnosis of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli

Prof. Ulrich Dobrindt
(German National Consultant Laboratory for HUS)

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3

Clinical Management of Enterohaemorrhagic Disease (EHD) and Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome (HUS) during the 2011 outbreak

Prof. Rolf Stahl
(University Medical Centre Hamburg‐ Eppendorf)

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4

Research Priorities for addressing the threat of pathogenic E. coli

Prof. Joerg Hacker
(President, National Academy of Sciences, Leopoldina)

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HIV Program Monitoring and Data Analysis, 5-9 Sep 2011

As part of a series of regional training courses directed towards strengthening local disease surveillance capacity, the REDI Centre together with Family Health International/Prasit, organized a five-day trianing course on HIV specific training for health staff. Held in Siem Reap, the primary focus of this course was training on best practices for the utilization of both Excel and Stata in HIV program monitoring. 24 participants from around the region took part, including Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar and the Philippines.

Please click HERE for the full workshop report

 

 

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