Translational research

Translational Science and Capacity Building

Translational sciences and capacity building addressing communicable and non-communicable diseases at the interface using the One Health approach is critical to our planet.

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Zoonotic Diseases: Humans, Animals, and the Environment

More than two third of emerging diseases in humans today are of animal origin.

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Emerging and Reemerging Pathogens

Doha, Qatar ICOPHAI 2017 Host City

At the heart of Eastern Mediterranean region, Qatar is a leader in scientific capacity building; a key global connector with a major airline industry; a tourism and logistics hub. Join ICOPHAI congress in Doha.

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  1. Information for Travelers (NEW)

    Jul 26 2017 - 12:31pm

    If you are planning to attend ICOPHAI 2017 in November, please note: The deadline for a visa application is September 30th, for information on travel and entry policies, procedures, and required documentation upon arrival please click on this link: Qatar has a visa exemption policy that encompasses more than 30 countries, for more information and to determine your eligibility please visit:
  2. New Abstract Submission Deadline & Venue Confirmation

    May 7 2017 - 9:28pm

      The abstract submission deadline for ICOPHAI 2017 has been extended to July 31st .  All abstract submissions should be made online, please click on the link below to submit an abstract:   Registration now open for ICOPHAI, registration and costs available at:
  3. Invited Speakers (NEW)

    Apr 11 2017 - 1:35pm

    In keeping with the  theme of this year's 4th International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Pathogen Interface (ICOPHAI),  and the stated goals of the "One Health Concept", we have assembled multidisciplinary experts all of whom are highly regarded in their chosen professions.