Limited accommodation is still available at the selected beach front hotels. Please note free transport will only be provided between the ICC conference venue and the hotels advertised on the MIM website. A transport schedule will be available in the foyers of these hotels.
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A free shuttle service for all conference delegates will be available. These will include airport transfers between King Shaka Airport and the beach front hotels on the 5th, 6th, 11th and 12th October 2013 and daily transfers between the beach front hotels and the ICC conference venue mornings and evenings. Please complete the on-line transport booking form by the 27th September 2013. A transport schedule will be published on the conference website by the 2nd October 2013 and will also be available at the selected beach front hotel foyers.
There are still a few spaces available for the conference gala dinner. If you would like to attend the gala dinner, please register online by 27th September 2013.
On-line registrations will close on 27th September 2013. Limited on-site registrations at the conference venue will be accommodated. If you have not received confirmation of payment, please forward proof of payment to Ms Merlin Osborne at email@example.com as soon as possible. Delegates who have not registered or paid their registration fees will not be granted access to any of the conference venues.
Finalised Symposia and Plenary Speaker Programmes are already available on the conference website. A finalised Parallel Session Schedule will be published on the conference website by 26 September 2013.
It is hard to believe that in less than 3 weeks we will be welcoming you to the 6th MIM conference in sunny Durban. Final preparations for what promises to be a very exciting and enriching experience are being put in place. In this out final newsletter to you we bring you the latest conference updates and reminders. We wish you trouble free travel to South Africa and look forward to connecting with each of you during the conference.
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6-11 October 2013
World’s Largest Gathering of Malaria Experts to Convene in Durban, South Africa
Scientists to present the latest groundbreaking research on preventing, controlling and eliminating killer disease; emerging resistance to drugs, insecticides, among agenda items
Arjen Dondorp trained as an infectious diseases and intensive care physician in the Netherlands. He is a Professor of Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford, U.K., and a visiting Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine at Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand.
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Prof Nick White trained in medicine at Guy’s Hospital, London. He is Professor of Tropical Medicine at the Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Thailand and at Oxford University, UK, and is also Consultant Physician (Internal Medicine) at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. He is a Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow and chairs the Wellcome Trust Tropical Medicine Research Programmes in South East Asia. He has lived and worked in Thailand since 1980.
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