2019 Annual Conference in Sunny San Diego
The International Society for Disease Surveillance (ISDS) conference is the premier event dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of biosurveillance. Every year, the ISDS conference draws approximately 400 professionals from a broad range of disciplines to learn the latest achievements, analytic methods, best practices, conceptual frameworks, and technical innovations in the rapidly evolving field of disease surveillance.
Save the Dates January 29th to February 1st
We'll be returning to one of our most popular destinations for the 2019 Annual Conference. When the snow is flying in the northern states, plan to join us in Southern California at the Marriott Mission Valley in San Diego.
Our conference will begin with the One Health Symposium on January 29th and followed by the ISDS Annual Conference from January 30th to February 1st.
The Marriott San Diego Mission Valley will be the host hotel for the annual conference. A special rate of just $159 per night is available to all conference attendees. And it's not too early to reserve your room. In the past two years, we've sold out our hotel, so book your room today, and look for the conference call for abstracts and registration in the coming weeks.
The ISDS conferences provide fertile ground for cultivating new ideas and partnerships by bringing together local, state, and federal public health practitioners, academic researchers, clinicians, policymakers, and decision makers from governmental and nongovernmental entities.
The three-day conference also includes classroom style workshops for practitioners at all levels of experience, from persons entering the surveillance field to those working at the highest levels. Workshops provide an opportunity to acquire or perfect skills necessary for health surveillance.
Thank You to Our 2018 Conference Sponsors
ISDS gratefully acknowledges the support of organizations who support the conference through sponsorship and allows the Society to keep registration costs as low as possible, particularly for students and persons traveling from low-income countries around the world