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ASTICON 2014
th National Conference of
38
Indian Association for the
Study of Sexually Transmitted
Diseases & AIDS (IASSTD & AIDS)
Theme : Diagnostic and Therapeutic Advances in STI's and HIV
Organized by :
Deptt of Medical Microbiology
PGIMER, Chandigarh
10 Credit Points
by Punjab Medical
Council
st
nd
31 October to 2 November 2014
Venue :
Bhargava Auditorium, PGIMER,
Chandigarh
E- mail : [email protected]
Website : www.asticon2014.com
Invitation
Organizing Committee
Chairman
Dr. A. Chakrabarti
Co-Chairman
Dr. Sanjeev Handa
Organizing Secretary
Dr. Sunil Sethi
Office bearers of
IASSTD & AIDS 2013 -2014
Executive Committee
Founder Patron
Dr. C. N. Sowmini
President
Dr. B. Loganathan
President Elect
Dr. R. N. Dutta
Vice Presidents
Dr. K. Venkateswaran
Dr. S. Gunasekaran
Secretary
Dr. P. Elangovan
Joint Secretaries
Dr. J. Sridhar
Dr. Mohanlal Gupta
Treasurer
Dr. G. Chandrasekhara Rao
Members
Dr. Lt. Col. Nitin S Walia
Dr. Dinesh C Govil
Dr. V. S. Dorairaj
Dr. Somesh Gupta
Dr. Jayadev Betkerur
Dr. S. Murugan
Dr. K. Mahadevan
Dr. R. Selvi
Dr. Sunil Sethi
Dr. Maj. Genl. A. K. Jaiswal
Dr. Rajesh Verma
Dr. N. Usman
Zonal Representatives
Dr. D.G. Saple
Dr. Sumathi Muralidharan
Dr. A. D. Dharmaratnam
Dr. G. C. Saha
Dr. K. H. Basavaraj
Chief Editor - IJSTD
Dr. Y. S. Marfatia
Associate Editor
Dr. S. Arun Kumar
Confirmed Speakers &
Their Topics
1. Angelika Stary, Austria
What's new in STI
2. Arun Kumar, Chennai
Balanitis and Balanoposthitis
3. Aruna Mittal, New Delhi
Laboratory diagnosis of Chlamydia trachomatis in India
4. A.H.Bandivdekar, Mumbai
Association of host and pathogenic variation with transmission and pathogenesis of HIV
5. Bhushan Kumar, Chandigarh
Genital papulo necrotic tuberculids: Is it a sexually transmitted disease?
6. Daman Saluja, New Delhi
The syndromic versus Laboratory Diagnosis of STI Pathogens in Resource-Limited
Settings: Urgent need for strengthening diagnostic capabilities
7. D. G. Saple, Mumbai
Challenges of highly ART experienced patients
8. D. M. Thappa, Pondicherry
Non venereal genital dermatoses
9. Janak Maniar, Mumbai
Fifteen years of HAART(combination antiretroviral therapy)- Gain vs Loss
10. Jandhyala Sridhar, Kochi
Vaccines for STI's: where are we?
11. Kaushal Verma, New Delhi
Recent management strategies of Herpes simplex
12. Magnus Unemo, Sweden
Gonococcal resistance
13. Manju Bala, New Delhi
Challenges in diagnosing, treating and reporting of syphilis in pregnancy and congenital
syphilis
14. N. Usman, Chennai
STI and HIV; Lethal Synergy
15. Priya Sen, Singapore
HIV-HSV Co-infection: Challenges in Management
16. Purnima Madhivanan, USA
Management of STIs in the Post-antibiotic Era
Confirmed Speakers &
Their Topics
17. P. Elangovan, Chennai
Legalisation of Prostitution in India
18. Ragini Malhotra, Bhopal
STI's and Pregnancy
19. Rashmi Bagga, Chandigarh
Trichomoniasis; An Emerging STI
20. Rathindra Nath Dutta, Kolkata
White Discharge and how to combat the problem
21. Roy Chen, Singapore
HIV and MSM in Asia
22. Seema Sood, New Delhi
Newer technologies in Gonorrhoea Diagnostics
23. Somesh Gupta, New Delhi
Managing anogenital warts in 2014: Are we better off?
24. Sumiti Murlidharan, New Delhi
Laboratory Diagnosis of Genital Ulcer Diseases- What's new?
25. Sunil Kharpade, New Delhi
Elimination of congenital syphilis in India
26. Sunil Sethi, Chandigarh
Mycoplasma genitalium; Are clinicians aware about it ?
27. S. Murugan
Epididymo-orchitis- Present status
28. T.L.N. Prasad, Chennai
Elimination of congenital syphilis its feasibility and relevance
29. Veerakathy Harindra, UK
The Challenges of managing the aging HIV infected patients
30. V. K. Sharma, New Delhi
Is Chlamydia trachomatis Screening important in India?
31. Yogesh Marfatia, Ahmedabad
Condoms (his and her) Role in STI prevention
32. Yogender Bansal, Chandigarh
Sexual Assault and STIs
Payment Details
Upto Sept. 30
October 1st to
October 30th
Spot registration
IASSTD Member
5000.00
6000.00
6500
Non Members
5500.00
6500.00
7000
Post Graduates
4000.00
4500.00
5000
Accompanying
Persons
3000.00
3500.00
4000
th
Category
Payment Details
DD in favour of ASTICON 2014
Payable at Chandigarh
Electronic money transfer
Bank
Name of account
A/C No.
IFSC code
:
:
:
:
State Bank of India
ASTICON 2014
33502893534
SBIN0001524
Abstract Submission
Guidelines
Presenter should be a registered delegate of ASTICON 2014.
All scientiпЂЃc communications and process of abstract submission are to be done online through:
[email protected]
Guidelines for abstract:
Word limit: 250
Underline the name of presenting author.
Guidelines for paper presentation
Time allotted Free paper - 6 minutes
Award paper - 7 minutes (All can participate)
The paper presentation should be as per the following format: Introduction, material methods, results
and discussion.
For award presentation, only the name of the presenting author should be mentioned and not of the coauthors and institution.
H.C.Mohanty- Quiz competition
A team of 2 participants from each college is allowed.
Preliminary written selection will be held on 31st October 2014.
Prior intimation regarding the participants of the quiz should be given to the conducting team.
Dr.C.N.Sowmini- Poster presentation
The poster size should be 4 feet height by 3 feet width.
Font size should be readable at a distance of 1.5 metre.
IUSTI-IASSTD & AIDS SCHOLARSHIP
Three papers will be selected and the scholarship amount is Rs 20,000 for each paper.
Both award papers as well as free papers will be considered for the scholarship selection.
Presenter has to mention in the abstract form if he/she is willing to be considered for the scholarship.
If the selection committee feels that no paper has met the required standard, scholarship will not be
awarded for that year.
The presenter selected must be present for the oral presentation. No proxy will be allowed.
Inclusion criteria
Presenter can either be a member or non-member of IASSTD & AIDS
Must be a registered delegate of the conference
Age-No bar
Exclusion Criteria
The following are not eligible for the scholarship:
OfпЂЃce bearers of IASSTD & AIDS
Conference committee members of that year
A person who has already received the scholarship once.
Hill Stations in Himalayas - Distance from Chandigarh
Morni Hills, Haryana
- 41 km
Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh
- 62 km
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
- 115 km
Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh - 234 km
Manali, Himachal Pradesh
- 291 km
Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir
Contact Us :
Dr. Sunil Sethi,
Organizing Secretary
ASTICON 2014
Addl. Professor
Deptt. of Med Microbiology,
PGIMER, Chandigarh
Phone No. +91-172-2755161, 98728-82609
Email id : [email protected]
- 415 km
For accommodation and transport :
Contact - Dr. Malkit Singh, Deptt. of Med
Microbiology, PGIMER, Chandigarh
Phone No. +91-98555-03098
Email : [email protected]
Travel agent- Virender Thakur
Mob. - +919501460745, Phone- +91 172 2631164
Email- [email protected]
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