About Us

Infectious Diseases Hub aims to provide up-to-date, essential research and information on all aspects of microbiology, virology, mycology and parasitology – from bench to bedside.

Microbiology is a diverse and exciting area, and with the emergence of new technologies giving researchers the ability to study complex communities and rapidly sequence whole genomes, there has been something of a ‘revolution’. Keeping on top of such technological advances and the latest emerging diseases is at the heart of ID Hub, both through expert opinion and resources such as the disease tracker.

ID Hub aims to deliver the news, peer-reviewed articles, interviews and exclusive comment from KOLs on the areas that interest you, as well as providing easily-digestible multi-media content and a disease tracker to allow you to follow the latest disease outbreaks and related research.

Looking forwards, the hope is to identify and follow future trends via our exciting platform and as part of this engage the next generation of microbiologists, epidemiologists and public health officials.

Join our free online knowledge hub to be the first to know what’s impacting in your area of interest.

The Team

Martha Powell

Editor

Email: m.powell@id-hub.com

 

Lauren Pulling

Publisher

Email: l.pulling@futuremedicine.com

LeelaLeela Ripton

Head of Marketing

Email: l.ripton@futuremedicine.com

Regular Contributors

Julie Kaiser

Postgraduate Student, University of Western Ontario (Canada)

Alice Greenway

Commisioning Editor, Future Science Group (London, UK)

 

Who we work with

The International Society for Neglected Tropical Diseases

The International Society for Neglected Tropical Diseases (ISNTD) is a multidisciplinary and independent collborative network working to raise awareness and to tackle tropical and neglected diseases. The ISNTD works with partners from diagnostics, drug discovery, vaccines all the way through to water & sanitation, vector control, mental health and stigma, science communication and more!

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Schistosomiasis Control Initiative

The Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) at Imperial College London, is a non-profit initiative that works with Ministries of Health and Education in sub-Saharan African countries and Yemen.

It supports and evaluates treatment programmes against schistosomiasis (shis-toe-so-my-a-sis) and soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH).

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