Abstract Topics

There are 4 ways to present at ESPID:

  1. In a parallel symposium
  2. As an oral presentation
  3. Bring an e-Poster (including chance to present it)
  4. A case for a Meet the Expert session

Find out the ESPID 2020 abstract topics below and start planning your abstract:

Symposium Topics

  • Maternal vaccination
  • Pathogenesis of PED viral infections
  • Pharmacokinetics studies in Paediatric infectious diseases
  • Non-specific effects of vaccination
  • Medical interactions on vaccination
  • One health and climate change
  • Influenza and RSV
  • Neonatal sepsis
  • Kawasaki disease
  • Global epidemics
  • Invasive fungal infections
  • Microbiology
  • Infections in the immune compromised

MTE Topics

  • TB in Europe
  • HIV and HIV exposed
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases in refugee children
  • Meningitis/encephalitis
  • Tropical infectious diseases
  • Tick borne diseases
  • Congenital CMV
  • Microbiology meets pulmonology
  • Transmission in relation to how you get nosocomial infections
  • Novel diagnostics
  • Periodic Fever syndromes
  • Group B strep.
  • Measles
  • Group A strep.
  • Infection and immune compromise
  • Infection control

General Topics

  • Antimicrobials, diagnostics and infection control
    • Antimicrobials: resistance and pharmacology
    • Microbiological diagnostic tools
    • Healthcare-associated and surgical infections
  • Public health and epidemiology
    • Population studies and surveillance
    • Modelling studies
  • Vaccines
    • Vaccine development (phase 1-2) –  viral
    • Vaccine development (phase 1-2)  – bacterial and all non-viral
    • Vaccine efficacy (phase 3) and effectiveness – viral
    • Vaccine efficacy (phase 3) and effectiveness – bacterial and all non-viral
    • Vaccine safety (post licensure)
  • Immunology & compromised host
    • Host-pathogen interaction
    • Host response diagnostics and imaging
    • Severe/systemic fungal infections
    • Infections in immunocompromised patients
  • Global health
    • Zoonosis, vector-borne and emerging infections
    • Tropical/parasite infections & travel medicine
    • Refugees and migrants
  • Infections in early life
    • Congenital and perinatal infections
  • Respiratory infections
    • Upper respiratory infections and carriage studies
    • Lower respiratory infections and pneumonia
  • Non-respiratory infections
    • Gastrointestinal infections
    • Urogenital infections
    • CNS infections
    • Systemic and multi-organ infections
  • Mycobacteria and retroviruses
    •  Tuberculosis and other mycobacterial infections
    • HIV/AIDS
  •  Others