In recognition of the importance of inclusion, diversity, access and equity as long-term priorities and core values for IDSA, the Society’s Board of Directors recently approved the creation of a permanent IDA&E Committee.
The grant funds, which were awarded through the Foundation’s Microbial Pathogenesis in Alzheimer’s Disease Grant program, were dispersed among 11 researchers representing a wide range of research fields and institutions across the U.S.
The Omicron SARS-CoV-2 variant is more transmissible than earlier variants, which means that wearing the right mask is even more important.
Many hospitals and health departments are experiencing the greatest strain on their systems and workforce since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared nearly two years ago.
IDSA is pleased to announce that Cynthia L. Sears, MD, FIDSA, has been selected as the next editor-in-chief of The Journal of Infectious Diseases. Dr. Sears will succeed Martin S. Hirsch, MD, FIDSA, at the end of 2022, following his distinguished two decades of service to JID.
As scientists and clinicians learn more about the Omicron variant, IDSA highlights four things we know right now that can help reduce transmission and the risk of disease.
IDSA and the SHEA support the updated interim guidance from the CDC and Prevention for Managing Healthcare Personnel with SARS-CoV-2 Infection or Exposure to SARS-CoV-2 and Mitigating Healthcare Personnel Staffing Shortages.
IDSA supports the FDA’s emergency use authorization for Paxlovid, an oral anti-viral for the treatment of mild-to-moderate COVID-19. This authorization comes at a key moment as the nation and the world face climbing case counts and increased stress on health care systems.
On this World AIDS Day, HIVMA welcomes the release of the Biden-Harris Administration’s 2022 National HIV/AIDS Strategy, which will provide an important road map for ending HIV as an epidemic in the United States.
Discovery of the omicron variant in more than 14 countries to date is the latest evidence that the global COVID-19 pandemic is far from over.
The 14 awarded institutions have created stewardship programs led by infectious diseases-trained physicians and pharmacists that advance science in antimicrobial resistance.
New guidance from the IDSA for treating three of the most common drug-resistant pathogens was published today on the IDSA website.