our great pleasure and honor to announce that our
new place for Eurasia Congress of Infectious
Diseases (EACID) is Tbilisi, Georgia. It has been
scheduled between September 30 and October 3, 2015.
The congress is organized by the Black Sea Society of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology (BSCMID), National Center for Disease Control and Public Health (NCDC) Georgia,
Infectious Disease, AIDS and Clinical Immunology
Research Center, Georgia and Tbilisi State Medical University (TSMU) Georgia.
The Congress focuses on trends in infectious
diseases besides new events in diagnosis and
treatments of them. The scientists from all around
the world will discuss these issues in light of
current information for three days.
The Black Sea Society of Clinical Microbiology and
Infectious Diseases (BSCMID) started scientific
collaboration among Eurasian Countries in order to
improve international collaboration on scientific
research and combating infectious diseases. As
known, the EACID started as an international
scientific meeting in Central Asia, aiming to
introduce local researchers to foreigner attendants
from other parts of the world. More than seven years
ago, the First International Congress of Central
Asia Infectious Diseases (ICCAID) was held in
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan in 2006. The second congress was
held in Almaty, Kazakhstan in 2008, the third in
Baku, Azerbaijan in 2009, the fourth in Sarajevo,
Bosnia & Herzegovina in 2011, the fifth in Tirana,
Albania 2013 and the sixth was in Belgrade, Serbia.
All of these congresses were very successful events
in terms of the collaboration and exchange of
experience and expertise among scientists from
different nationalities. Organizing this event, we
are hoping to make a high-level scientific congress
with more participation from around the world.
We are looking forward to meeting you at this
congress. Please mark your calendars for the 7th
EACID between September 30 and– October 3, 2015
Tbilisi, Georgia. We hope that you will be able to
Prof. Hakan Leblebicioğlu, MD
Prof. Tengiz Tsertsvadze, MD