The ESPID Podcast

The ESPID Podcast

Conversations on Paediatric Infectious Diseases

As part of our new 4-part podcast series, ESPID brings you leaders in paediatric infectious diseases, discussing their experiences, viewpoints and more.

EP 1: ADAM FINN AND JAMES CHERRY

 

Prof. Adam Finn (UK) asks Prof. James Cherry (USA) about the birth of PID as a discipline, his experience in vaccine implementation, and the risks from measles.

Release date: August 27, 2019 

EP 2: FERNANDA RODRIGUES AND SHELDON KAPLAN

Prof. Fernanda Rodrigues talks to Prof. Sheldon Kaplan on the most important PID developments, challenges for the future and how to tackle them. Plus a few career tips for young PID doctors.

Release date: September 9, 2019

EP 3: CHRISSIE JONES AND ADILIA WARRIS

Dr. Chrissie Jones talks with Prof. Adilia Warris. In this podcast, Prof. Warris speaks about her fungal infection research, the future of anti-microbial stewardship, and the need for greater medical education on fungal infection. Plus a few career tips for young PID doctors.

Release date: September 23, 2019

EP 4: MANISH SADARANGANI AND RON DAGAN

Dr. Manish Sadarangani talks to Prof. Ron Dagan about his experiences in PID across his career (including only getting one vaccine when he was a child), the greatest achievements from the field, the pneumococcal vaccines, and the ongoing paradigm shift in intervention.

Release date: October 7, 2019