The International Society for Infectious Diseases brings together a network of over 90,000 individuals from around the world who share a collective belief that infectious diseases cross all national and regional boundaries and that long-term effective solutions require international scientific exchange and cooperation.

ISID and its members are dedicated to developing partnerships and programs that facilitate the development of innovative solutions to infectious disease challenges around the globe, enabled by an effective and inclusive governance model.

  • Governance

    ISID is governed by a council, elected by its membership. The Council is organized by geographical region to ensure representation from all the areas of the world. The membership, upon the recommendation of the Council, also approves the composition of the Executive Committee and its officers who are charged with overall responsibility of the Society’s activities and the appointment of an executive director who has day-to-day responsibility for all society business.

    Executive Director

    Appointed by the Executive Committee and reponsible for the day-to-day running of the Society.

    Executive Committee

    Responsible for appointing the Executive Director and overseeing all of ISID’s activities, the Executive Committee is composed of:

    • Five officers of the Society: President, President-Elect, Past-President, Treasurer and General Secretary, each serving a four year term.
    • Four members-at-large, each serving a six year term.
    • One representative of the region hosting the next International Congress on Infectious Diseases, serving a two year term.

    Executive Committee members are elected by Council Members at biennial General Meetings of the Society held in conjunction with the Society’s International Congress on Infectious Diseases.

    Any Council member interested in serving on ISID’s Executive Committee may submit their name, CV and Statement of Interest to the Nominations Committee for consideration. The Nominations Committee draws up a short list of candidates based on nominees’ professional excellence; past and proposed future contributions to the work of the society; and ensuring balanced geographical representation.

    The Council of the International Society of Infectious Diseases

    Responsible for governing ISID, the Council consists of not more than sixty members each serving a six year term with one-third of Council membership being replaced every two years. Membership is distributed by WHO region to ensure that all regions of the world are represented in the Society’s governing structure.

    Council members are elected by Society members at biennial General Meetings of the Society held in conjunction with the Society’s International Congress on Infectious Diseases.

    Any member in good standing may submit his or her name to the Nominations Committee for consideration for Council membership. 

    The Nominations Committee proposes candidates to fill vacancies on the Council based on a nominee’s professional excellence; past and proposed future contributions to the work of the society; and ensuring balanced geographical representation.

    The Council serves as both the legislative body of the Society and consulting body for the Executive Committee. Individual members are responsible for:

    • Promoting membership of the Society.
    • Supporting the implementation of the Society’s goals through the dissemination of information about the Society and distributing Society materials at local and regional meetings.
    • Leading local and regional infectious diseases societies, and working closely and collaboratively with these groups to promote the Society and its programs.
    • Maintaining the Society’s worldwide representation.
    • Representing the Society at scientific meetings.
    • Reviewing applications for ISID grant and fellowship programs and/or abstracts submitted for presentation at ISID meetings (two-six hours per annum).
    • Participating in the Society’s various sub-committees including Research, Education and Publications; External Affairs, ProMED, Finance, Nominations, or Programs. Sub-committee meetings are usually held “virtually” by Skype/teleconference three times a year. The role of the subcommittees is evolving, and members may be invited to take on additional activities, as determined by the subcommittee chair.
    • Establishing and maintaining contact with possible sources of funding for the work of the Society and its meetings such as foundations, government agencies, and the pharmaceutical industry.

    Note: Any fundraising activity on behalf of the Society must be coordinated through the ISID office in Brookline, MA, USA.

    Council members are also encouraged to:

    • Attend the International Congress on Infectious Diseases and to submit abstracts to the Congress. The Society will waive the registration fee of Council members but cannot guarantee any financial help to assist with participation.
    • Contribute and solicit articles and other information (including scheduled events) suitable for publication in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases.

    Note: Council members receive no compensation for their efforts on behalf of the Society.

  • Executive Committee Members

    Marc Mendelson, South Africa

    Jonathan Cohen, UK

    Secretary and President-elect
    Rana Hajjeh, Egypt

    Sally Roberts, New Zealand

    Lindsay Grayson,Australia
    Alison Holmes, UK
    Gagandeep Kang, India
    Miguel O’Ryan, Chile
    Paul Tambyah, Singapore
    Ursula Theuretzbacher, Austria
    Zamberi Sekawi, (Malaysia)

  • Council Members

    African Region

    Tayo BABALOBI (Nigeria)
    Epizootiologist (veterinary epidemiologist and economist) and lecturer/researcher in animal disease reporting and investigation, University of Ibadan
    Focus: Animal diseases, prevention and control

    Athanase BADOLO (Burkina Faso)
    Associate Professor of Medical Entomology at Ouaga University
    Focus: Malaria and dengue

    Teshome GEBRE (Ethiopia)
    • ISID Nominations Committee
    Regional Representative for Africa, The Task Force for Global Health Inc.
    Focus: Health care management, malaria and neglected tropical diseases

    Shabir A. MADHI (South Africa)
    National Institute of Communicable Diseases
    Focus: Pediatric infectious diseases, vaccinology against respiratory pathogens and HIV-infected children

    Boubacar MAIGA (Mali)
    Professor of Immunology at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Bamako
    Focus: Immunology and malaria

    Shaheen MEHTAR (South Africa)
    • ISID Education and Publications Committee
    Stellenbosch University, Cape Town and chair of Infection Control Africa Network
    Focus: Infection prevention and control and antimicrobial stewardship

    Papa SALIF-SOW (Senegal)
    Professor of Infectious Diseases, University of Dakar
    Focus: HIV/AIDS and antiretroviral therapies and management strategies in LMIC

    Zegeye TESSEMA (Ethiopia)
    Federal Ministry of Health, Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute
    Focus: Public health, surveillance and outbreak investigation

    Chinyere UKAGA (Nigeria)
    Professor Public Health Parasitology, Ima State University
    Focus: Public health and parasitology

    Eastern Mediterranean Region

    Rashad ABDUL-GHANI (Yemen)
    Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Sana’a University
    Focus: Arboviral diseases, parasitology and medical entomology

    Laith ABU-RADDAD (Qatar)
    Weill Cornell, Medicine Qatar, Doha
    Focus: Biostatistics, epidemiology and healthcare policy

    Mohannad A.A. AL-NSOUR (Jordan)
    Jordan Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network
    Focus: Public health

    Jaffar AL-TAWFIQ (Saudi Arabia)
    Specialty Medicine Department Johns Hopkins and Aramco Healthcare, Dhahran
    Focus: Healthcare epidemiology, and infection prevention and control

    Fatma AMER (Egypt)
    Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, Zagazig
    Focus: Microbiology and immunology

    Ramy Karam AZIZ (Egypt)
    • ISID ProMED Committee
    Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Pharmacy, Cairo University
    Focus: Genomics of infectious diseases and systems biology of microbial pathogens

    Mohamed RHAJAOUI (Morocco)
    Director of National Institute of Hygiene, Rabat
    Focus: Microbiology, parasitology, and infectious and communicable diseases

    Roula SAMAHA (Lebanon)
    Chief of Infectious Diseases, Head of Infection Control Lebanese Order of Physicians, Beirut
    Focus: Antimicrobial resistance

    European Region

    Aleksandra BARAC (Serbia)
    Clinic for Infectious and Tropical Diseases, Clinical Centre of Serbia
    Focus: Infectious diseases

    Paolo CALISTRI (Italy)
    Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale
    Focus: Infectious disease epidemiology

    Robert COLEBUNDERS (Belgium)
    Professor Infectious Diseases, Global Health Institute, University of Antwerp
    Focus: Global health, HIV/AIDS and tropical diseases

    Onder ERGONUL (Turkey)
    Koç University School of Medicine
    Focus: Clinical epidemiology and infectious diseases

    Robert HEYDERMAN (UK)
    University College, London
    Focus: Microbial pathogenesis, immunity to mucosal pathogens, bacterial meningitis and vaccines

    Monica JUNIE (Romania)
    Professor and Head of the Microbiology Department, University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Iuliu Hatieganu”
    Focus: Microbiology

    Hanna NOHYNEK (Finland)
    Chief Physician, Deputy Head, Unit Infectious Diseases Control and Vaccine Programme, Dept Health Security
    National Institute for Health and Welfare THL, Helsinki
    Focus: Vaccine preventable diseases and microbiology

    Helena MALTEZOU (Greece)
    Hellenic Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Athens
    Focus: Pediatrics, infectious diseases and public health

    Nicola PETROSILLO (Italy)
    Head, Clinical and Research Department on Infectious Diseases, National Institute for Infectious Diseases
    Focus: Infectious diseases

    Patricia SCHLAGENHAUF (Switzerland)
    Professor at the University of Zürich and Zürich GeoSentinel Site Director
    Focus: Travellers’ malaria, epidemiology of travel associated disease and travellers’ vaccines

    Region of the Americas

    Patricio ACOSTA (Argentina)
    Professor at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council, CONICET (Argentina) and at the School of Medicine, University of Buenos Aires
    Focus: Pathogenesis of respiratory viruses (RSV, Rhinovirus & Influenza)

    Celia Mercedes ALPUCHE (Mexico)
    Mexico National Institute of Public Health
    Focus: Microbiology and infectious diseases

    Maria Luisa AVILA (Costa Rica)
    • ISID ProMED Committee
    National Hospital for Children, San Jose
    Focus: Pediatric infectious diseases

    Gonzalo BEARMAN (USA)
    Virginia Commonwealth University
    Focus: Infection prevention and hospital epidemiology

    Paul BROWN (Jamaica)
    • ISID Research Committee
    Jamaica University of the West Indies at Mona
    Focus: Molecular microbiology

    Ana Paulina CELI (Ecuador)
    Hospital de los Valles, Quito
    Focus: Infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS

    Carmen DESEDA (Puerto Rico)
    University Hospital Bayamon 
    Focus: Pediatric infectious diseases

    David HAMER (USA)
    Professor of Global Health and Medicine, Boston University School of Public Health
    Focus: Global health, infectious diseases and tropical infectious diseases

    Claudio LANATA (Peru)
    • ISID Education and Publications Committee
    Institute of Nutrition, Lima
    Focus: Child health and nutrition, diarrheal diseases and vaccine development

    Founder and Director, Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP)
    Focus: Antimicrobial resistance

    William POWDERLY (USA)
    Institute of Public Health, Saint Louis
    Focus: Infectious diseases

    Guillermo RUIZ-PALACIOS (Mexico)
    National Institute of Health, Mexico City
    Focus: Molecular biology, immunology and virology

    Anita SHET (USA)
    Associate Scientist, International Vaccine Access Center, Dept. of International Health
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore
    Focus: Pediatric infectious diseases, public health and immunology

    South-East Asia Region

    Elizabeth Ashley (Myanmar)
    Director of Clinical Research, Myanmar Oxford Clinical Research Unit (MOCRU)
    Honorary Consultant in Infectious Diseases & Medical Microbiology, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    Focus: Malaria treatment and drug resistance, bacteriology in the tropics, clinical trials, antimicrobial resistance

    Sitara AJJAMPUR (India)
    Professor of Microbiology, Wellcome Trust Research Laboratory
    Focus: Microbiology and antimicrobial resistance

    Anil Kumar BHOLA (India)
    Consultant for WHO South-East Asia Regional Office, WHO Health Emergencies Programme
    Focus: Infectious diseases epidemiology and outbreak investigation

    Aamer IKRAM (Pakistan)
    Professor & Consultant Microbiologist, Rawalpindi
    Focus: Clinical microbiology, infectious diseases, hospital infection control, biosafety and biosecurity

    Sasisopin KIERTIBURANAKUL (Thailand)
    Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Bangkok
    Focus: Epidemiology of infectious diseases, clinical disease trials and emerging infections

    Neelika MALAVIGUE (Sri Lanka)
    Department of Microbiology, University of Sri Jayawardenapura, Sir Lanka and Academic Visitor, Nuffield 
    Focus: Viral immunology and dengue

    Samir SAHA (Bangladesh)
    Head of the Department of Diagnostic Division of Microbiology at the Dhaka Shishu Hospital for Children and executive director of The Child Health Research Foundation at the Bangladesh Institute of Child Health
    Focus: Pediatric infectious diseases specializing in pneumonia, meningitis and enteric fever

    Guy THWAITES (Vietnam)
    Professor of Infectious Diseases. Director of Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU)
    Focus: Tropical medicine, infectious diseases and severe bacterial infections

    Western Pacific Region

    Philippe BUCHY (Singapore)
    • ISID Education and Publications Committee 
    Focus: Virology, rabies and dengue

    Doo Ryeon CHUNG (South Korea)
    Samsung Medical Center, Seoul
    Focus: Infectious Diseases and HIV/AIDS

    Carta GUNAWAN (Indonesia)
    Infectious Disease Consultant
    Focus: Infectious and tropical diseases

    SS LEE (Hong Kong)
    • ISID Education and Publications Committee
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Focus: HIV/AIDS and infectious disease epidemiology

    Poh Lian LIM (Singapore)
    • ISID ProMED Committee
    Department of Infectious Diseases, Institute of Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology, Tan Tock Seng Hospital
    Focus: Emerging infections, travel medicine, HIV and general infectious diseases

    David LYE (Singapore)
    Senior consultant, Tan Tock Seng Hospital
    Focus: Infectious diseases

    Zamberi SEKAWI (Malaysia)
    Professor of Medical Microbiology and Senior Consultant Clinical Microbiologist, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University Putra
    Focus: Microbiology

  • Emerging Leaders

    In recognition of their past contributions to the field of international infectious diseases and in anticipation of their future impact on the discipline, these individuals are recognized as ISID Emerging Leaders in International Infectious Diseases.

    African Region

    Andre Bulabula (South Africa)
    Dr. Andre N.H. Bulabula, from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), graduated as a medical doctor at the Catholic University of Bukavu in DRC (2012) and holds a master’s degree in clinical epidemiology from Stellenbosch University in South Africa (2015). As a researcher, he is interested in infectious disease epidemiology (HIV, TB, Ebola, malaria, and cryptosporidiosis); as well as infection prevention and control, including the modelling of infectious diseases (RSA 2014, USA 2015); and antimicrobial resistance. He is also an active member of international research organisations: ICAN, ATS, and ERS.

    Sean Wasserman (South Africa)
    Dr. Sean Wasserman, an infectious diseases physician, is currently in a full time research position undertaking a PhD on the pharmacology of linezolid for drug-resistant tuberculosis. He is a lecturer in the Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine at the University of Cape Town where he teaches internal medicine and infectious diseases to undergraduate medical students. Dr. Wasserman is a member of the National Antimicrobial Stewardship Working Group within the South African Antimicrobial Stewardship Programme and has recently co-authored a national antibiotic prescribing guideline. His research interests broadly include infectious diseases of public health importance in sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus on HIV-associated tuberculosis and pneumocystis pneumonia, and antimicrobial stewardship.

    Eastern Mediterranean Region

    Seif Al-Abri (Oman)
    Dr. Seif Salem Al-Abri studied medicine at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman, qualifying in 1993. He completed his training in infectious diseases at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK. He became a fellow of Royal College of Physicians in 2008.

    Dr. Al-Abri is a practising consultant in infectious diseases at the Royal Hospital, Oman where he was head of infectious diseases department from 2006 until 2014. He was appointed as Director General for Disease Surveillance and Control at the Ministry of Health of Oman in September 2014.

    Dr. Al-Abri has an interest in medical education and is an accredited Royal College of Physicians educator; an international advisor for the Royal College of Physicians of London; Lead Examiner for the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) Examination in Oman; a member of the governing council of Oman Medical College; and chairman of the national task force for establishing consultants’ appraisal in Oman. He is also an associate editor of the  Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal; the Journal of Infection and Public Health; and Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials.

    European Region

    Enrique Castro-Sanchez (UK)
    Dr. Enrique Castro-Sanchez is currently combining an Early Career Research Fellowship exploring increased participation of nurses in antimicrobial stewardship decision-making and a position as Lead Research Nurse at the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Healthcare Associated Infection and Antimicrobial Resistance at Imperial College London. He was awarded a PhD in Nursing at the University of Alicante (Spain) in 2015. He trained in nursing and management of nursing services in Spain, followed by an MSc in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 2003.

    Region of the Americas

    Juan Pablo Torres (Chile)
    Juan Pablo Torres, MD, PhD, is a pediatric infectious diseases specialist at the University of Chile. His research is in the field of respiratory viral infection in immunocompromised and immunocompetent children and he has more than 40 ISI publications. Dr. Torres is Director of the Research Unit at Hospital Luis Calvo Mackenna and Academic Director of Clínica Las Condes, in Santiago, Chile.

    Theresa J. Ochoa (Peru)
    Dr. Ochoa is a pediatric infectious diseases specialist working in Peru as Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Cayetano Heredia University and Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Dr. Ochoa is currently the Director of the Tropical Medicine Institute Alexander von Humboldt at Cayetano University in Lima.  Her main area of research are (1) Lactoferrin: basic research and clinical trials; (2) Enteric pathogens and diarrhea in children; (3) Neonatal infections (sepsis, herpes, Zika); (4) Pneumonia and pneumococcal infections in children; and (5) Pediatric malnutrition. Her long-term objectives are to find cost-effective interventions to decrease the burden of infectious disease, and to improve outcomes in pediatric populations in developing countries.

    Ruanne Barnabas (USA)
    Dr. Ruanne Barnabas is an assistant professor at the Department of Global Health, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, University of Washington; an infectious disease physician-scientist at the University of Washington; and affiliate at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Her research focuses on innovative approaches to community-based HIV treatment and prevention in Africa. The ultimate aim of her work is to estimate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of HIV treatment and prevention interventions to inform public health policy.

    South-East Asia Region

    Ira Praharaj (India)
    Dr. Ira Praharaj is an assistant professor at the Wellcome Trust Research Laboratory, Christian Medical College, Vellore. As a medical professional, she is now transitioning from individual patient care and diagnosis to problems of public health importance. Dr. Praharaj currently works on factors affecting the immunogenicity of oral vaccines in developing country settings such as India. Her major focus is on evaluating the role of asymptomatic carriage of enteropathogens on oral vaccine response in settings, using molecular diagnostic tools.

    Rajiv Sarkar (India)
    Dr. Rajiv Sarkar is a Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance Early Career Fellow at Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. He is an epidemiologist and obtained his Ph.D. for studies on cryptosporidiosis in urban infants. Dr. Sarkar’s current research focuses on the epidemiology and control of soil transmitted helminths infection in an endemic southern Indian tribal community.

    Western Pacific Region

    Veasna Duong (Cambodia)
    Dr. Duong Veasna, MD, PhD is a medical virologist and is working in Virology Unit at Institut Pasteur du Cambodge since 2005. His current research activities focus on arboviruses (virus and vector interaction) and emerging zoonoses (detection and characterization).

    Ada Lin (Hong Kong)
    Dr. Ada Lin is a dual specialist in infectious diseases and public health medicine in Hong Kong. Her current main scope of work is on HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis. She also serves as the office bearer of the Hong Kong Society for Infectious Diseases.

  • Committees

    • Research Committee

    Oversight of research grants, awards and fellowship programs

    Chair: Gagandeep Kang

    Council members:
    Chinyere Akuga
    Sitara Ajjampur
    Elizabeth Ashley
    Anil Bhola
    Paul Brown
    Robert Colebunders
    Carta Gunawan
    Neelika Malavige
    Helena Maltezou
    Nicola Petrosillo
    Laith Abu-Raddad

    Emerging Leader:
    Veasna Duong

    Executive Committee member: Rana Hajjeh
    ISID Program Director: Britta Lassmann
    ProMED Editor: Larry Madoff

    • Education Committee 

    Oversight of educational programs

    Chair: SS Lee

    Council members:
    Jaffar Al-Tawfiq
    Tayo Babalobi
    Anita Shet

    Emerging Leaders:
    Enrique Castro-Sanchez

    • Policy & Advocacy Committee

    Chair: Marc Mendelson

    Council members:
    Paolo Castri
    Carmen Deseda
    Ramanan Laxminarayan
    David Lye
    Boubacar Maiga
    Helena Maltezou
    Samir Saha
    Papa Salif Sow
    Zegeye Hailemariam Tessema

    ISID Program Director: Britta Lassmann
    ISID Program and Membership Manager: Amy Galblum
    ISID Program Manager: Taryn Lorthe

    • Publication Committee

    Oversight of the International Journal of Infectious Diseases (IJID) and A Guide to Infection Control in the Healthcare Setting

    Chair: Paul Tambyah

    Council members:
    Rashad Abdul-Ghani
    Fatma Amer
    Philippe Buchy
    Doo Ryeon Chung
    David Hamer
    Claudio Lanata
    Zamberi Sekavi

    Emerging Leader:
    Ira Praharaj

    Gonzalo Bearman (Editor, A Guide to Infection Control in the Hospital, 5th and 6th Editions)
    Shaheen Mehtar

    ProMED Moderator Subject Expert: Larry Lutwick
    ISID Program Director: Britta Lassmann
    ISID Program Manager: Amy Galblum
    IJID Editor-in-Chief: Eskild Petersen

    • Emerging Leaders Program

    Chair: Alison Holmes

    Council members:
    Athanase Badolo
    Aleksandra Barac
    Aamer Ikram

    Emerging Leaders:
    Andre Bulabula
    Sean Wasserman
    Seif Al-Abri
    Enrique Castro-Sanchez
    Juan Pablo Torres
    Theresa J. Ochoa
    Ruanne Barnabas
    Ira Praharaj
    Rajiv Sarkar
    Veasna Duong
    Ada Lin

    • External Affairs Committee

    Development of regional meetings and engagement; press and public relations; and collaborations with other societies

    Chair: Miguel O’Ryan

    Council members:
    Hanna Nohynek
    Rob Heyderman

    Executive Committee members: Lindsay Grayson and Ursula Theuretzbacher
    ISID Executive Director: Joshua Caulfield

    • ProMED Committee

    Oversight and development of ProMED

    Chair: Larry Madoff

    Executive Committee member: Ursula Theuretzbacher
    ProMED Assistant Director: Linda MacKinnon

    Finance Committee

    Oversight of ISID’s finances

    Chair: Sally Roberts, ISID Treasurer

    ISID President: Marc Mendelson
    President Elect: Rana Hajjeh
    ISID Executive Director:  Joshua Caulfield

    • Nomination & Remuneration Committee

    Oversight of Council and Executive Committee member nominations

    Chair: Marc Mendelson, ISID President

    Past-President: Jon Cohen
    President-Elect: Rana Hajjeh

    Council members:
    Patricio Acosta
    Teshome Gebre

    ISID Executive Director: Joshua Caulfield

    ISID Working Groups

    • Guide to Infection Control Working Group
      Chairs: Gonzalo Bearman and Shaheen Mehtar 

      Council member:
      Ada Lin

      ISID Program and Marketing Manager: Laurence Mialot

    • Cross Society Link Working Group
      Chair: Lindsay Grayson

      ISID Executive Director: Joshua Caulfield

    ICID Program Committee

    • Congress Organization and Scientific Program Development
      Chair: Marc Mendelson, ISID President
      Executive Committee members: Jon Cohen, Rana Hajjeh, Alison Holmes, Lindsay Grayson, Alison Holmes, Gagandeep Kang, Miguel O’Ryan, Sally Roberts, Zamberi Sekavi, Paul Tambyah and Ursula Theuretzbacher.
      ISID Program Director: Britta Lassmann
  • ISID Staff

    Executive Director: Joshua Caulfield

    Program Director: Britta Lassmann

    Interim Director of Emerging Disease Surveillance: Linda MacKinnon

    ProMED Editor: Larry Madoff

    Interim Director of Marketing & Communications: Taryn Silver Lorthe

    Program and Membership Manager: Amy Galblum

    Program and Marketing Manager: Laurence Mialot 

    Development Director: Andrew Sideman

    Conference Manager: Doris Steinbach

    Information and Technology Manager: Drew Tenenholz

    Finance Manager: Angela Tsopelas

    Research Fellow: Angel Desai