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  • Make Attending GHS Conference 2019 Your New Year’s Resolution Today!

    10th Jan 2019

    Registrations are open for the Conference which will be packed with innovation, research and ideas. Make your New Year’s resolution happen today and commit before the Early Bird Rate ends on 18 March 2019! Read More

  • GHS 2019 Abstract Submission Extension

    12th Nov 2018

    The Executive Committee would like to announce that registration for the first Global Health Security Conference 2019 is officially open! Please read the registration information on the website carefully before beginning the online registration process. Read More

  • Applications for Travel Bursaries now open!

    18th Oct 2018

    With the support of our Conference Partners and Sponsors, a series of travel bursaries are available to attend the Global Health Security Conference 2019. Participants from low-income countries are encouraged to apply. Read More

  • Take advantage of the Registration Payment Plan for GHS 2019!

    15th Aug 2018

    A payment plan of 2 equal instalments is offered to those registering at the Early Bird Registration Rate. The Early Bird Registration rate is only $660 AUD until March 2019. Delegates have the opportunity to pay this amount off between the time they register and the Early Bird Instalment 1 deadline of 19 November 2018. Read More

  • Don’t Leave It Until Next Year, Register For GHS 2019 Today!

    27th July 2018

    The Executive Committee would like to announce that registration for the first Global Health Security Conference 2019 is officially open! Please read the registration information on the website carefully before beginning the online registration process. Read More

  • Secure Your Place On The Program – Call For Abstracts Now Open

    26th April 2018

    The Program Committee will invite authors to submit abstracts for presentation within the program of GHS 2019. Submissions are sought for oral and poster presentations. Read More

  • Call for Abstracts Opens 27 April 2018

    20th March 2018

    In the wake of the 2014 West African Ebola outbreak, the international spread of Zika, the ongoing transmission of antimicrobial resistance, and the ever-present threat of another influenza pandemic, global health security has taken on a new level of importance. Read More