Trainee
= Adult ID | = Global ID | = HIV-STD-TB | = Investigative ID | = Pediatric ID | = Epidemiology and Infection Control | = Trainee

PW1.  Vincent T. Andriole ID Board Review Course ($)
Premeeting Workshop              
PW4.  Fellows’ Day Premeeting Workshop ($)
Premeeting Workshop    
PW5.  Pediatric Fellows' Day ($)
Premeeting Workshop    
1.  Challenging Cases in Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Interactive Session          
2.  Achy Breaky Hearts: Endocarditis 2015
Symposium          
5.  What's Hot in ID and HIV
Symposium            
9.  Human Milk: Its Role in Infant Infection
Meet-the-Professor Session      
11.  Key Concepts of Antimicrobial Resistance and Susceptibility Testing 2015
Meet-the-Professor Session          
17.  Case-Based Approach to Infectious Diseases Diagnostics
Interactive Session          
20.  Ebola Virus Biology
Symposium            
28.  Challenging HIV Cases
Interactive Session      
31.  PIDS Caroline B. Hall Lectureship
Named Lecture      
80.  Can New Antibiotics Save the Day?
Interactive Session        
82.  Infectious Diseases Diagnostics Update 2015
Symposium          
83.  Management Challenges in Pediatric ID
Symposium        
93.  Maxwell Finland Lecture: Resisting Resistance
Named Lecture              
97.  Communicating about Vaccines
Meet-the-Professor Session        
98.  Healthcare Epidemiology Research
Meet-the-Professor Session      
99.  How to Write a Publishable Manuscript
Meet-the-Professor Session              
101.  My Toughest Cases—and What I Learned from Them
Meet-the-Professor Session    
103.  Red Book Update
Meet-the-Professor Session      
105.  The Future of Diagnostics for Antimicrobial Resistance
Meet-the-Professor Session        
110.  Kawasaki Disease
Symposium        
113.  New Developments in Invasive Fungal Infections
Symposium          
117.  Interactive Cases in Transplant ID
Interactive Session    
121.  Managing Hepatitis C
Symposium      
122.  Nightmare Cases and Hot Mechanisms of Resistance
Symposium          
123.  Outbreak of Enterovirus-D68 in the United States, 2014
Symposium            
123.  Outbreak of Enterovirus-D68 in the United States, 2014
Symposium            
164.  Challenging Cases in Infectious Diseases
Interactive Session    
169.  Tick-Borne Infections
Symposium          
177.  STIs in Persons with HIV: An Interactive Case-Based Approach
Interactive Session          
178.  Hot Topics in Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Symposium          
180.  Combination Therapy: Theory and Practice
Meet-the-Professor Session        
182.  Immunomodulators and Infection Risk
Meet-the-Professor Session      
183.  Incorporating Pathology into the Practice of Infectious Diseases
Meet-the-Professor Session        
185.  Investigating Healthcare Outbreaks
Meet-the-Professor Session      
187.  My Most Difficult HIV Cases
Meet-the-Professor Session      
188.  Travel Medicine
Meet-the-Professor Session        
190.  Difficult Cases in Tropical Medicine
Interactive Session            
191.  Antibiotics and the Microbiome
Symposium          
192.  Big Beasts of Infectious Diseases
Symposium        
196.  Norovirus
Symposium              
202.  Clinical Controversies
Interactive Session              
207.  Outsmarting Neurotropic Infections
Symposium              
210.  Late Breaker Oral Abstract Session
Oral Abstract Session            
263.  Carbapenem Resistance in Enterobacteriaceae
Symposium      
267.  Hot Topics in Sexually Transmitted Infections
Symposium            
268.  Clostridium difficile Infections
Symposium        
270.  Tuberculous and Nontuberculous Mycobacteria
Symposium            
275a..  Featured Oral Abstract
Oral Abstract Session        
276.  Edward H. Kass Lectureship
Named Lecture              
278.  Herpes
Mini-Symposium              
279.  What's New in the World of Foodborne Diseases?
Mini-Symposium          
281.  Influenza: Seasonal Challenges and Pandemic Preparations
Plenary Session              

Findings in the abstracts are embargoed until 12:01 a.m. PDT, Wednesday Oct. 7th with the exception of research findings presented at the IDWeek press conferences.