This is an announcement of a public symposium from the Japan Association for African Studies .
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The 59th Annual Meeting of the Japan Association for African Studies Public Symposium
Looking back on Africa's neglected tropical diseases during the Corona era
Tackling Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) in Africa in the COVID era
The 59th Annual Meeting of the Japan Association for African Studies will be held online on May 21st (Sat) and 22nd (Sun), 2022 (only the public symposium on the 22nd will be held at the venue and online high flex).
You can participate in the symposium even if you are not a member of the university, so we are looking forward to your application.
〇 Participation in public symposium
Those who participate in the public symposium need to apply in advance. Please apply from the following site by Friday, May 13 (no entry fee).
(Those who apply for participation in the competition will be automatically registered for the public symposium. Anyone can participate.)
Date and time: Sunday , May 22, 2022 13: 30-16: 00
Venue: Online distribution + Nagasaki University Sakamoto Campus (Global Health Research Building)
Participation application form: https://bit.ly/36lFQNh (If you wish to participate online, we will inform you of the URL at a later date.)
Is it the fate of African researchers to deal with illness?
Ken Masuda (Nagasaki University)
What is a neglected tropical disease?
Taeko Moriyasu (Nagasaki University)
Buruli ulcer that gradually erodes: From the case of the patient's desire for treatment in Benin
Tomomi Inokari (JICA Senegal Office)
Nodding Syndrome in Northern Uganda: Epileptic Encephalopathy Outbreak in Post-Conflict Environment
Shinyo Nishi (Hiroshima University)
The Road to WITHOUT Infectious Diseases: The Forefront of the Smallpox Eradication Project 50 Years Ago
Eisaku Kimura (Nagasaki University) + Ken Masuda, Tomomi Inokari, Shinyo Nishi, Taeko Moriyasu
Comment Kiyoshi Kita (Dean, Graduate School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health, Nagasaki University)