Prof. Lior Nesher is the Director of the Infectious Disease Institute at Soroka University Medical Center (SUMC) a 1,100-bed referral hospital providing medical care for over 1,000,000 people in the southern part of Israel. He specializes in Infections of the Immunocompromised patients, especially cancer and transplant recipients as well as antibiotic stewardship systemic interventions and leads the COVID-19 response at SUMC. Prof. Nesher is a tenured faculty member of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, a member of the European Society Clinical Microbiology, Infectious Disease (ESCMID) as well as a board member of the ESCMID study group on respiratory viruses (ESGREV). He currently focuses on translational research in respiratory viral infections, bacterial infections with both local researchers and worldwide collaborators as well as research on antibiotics stewardship system wide interventions.
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Da prevenção ao tratamento: Por que o SARS-cov2 é tão único?
Sala Terreiro de Jesus
mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine: a new era in immunization that changed the Pandemic and the future in vaccinology's 🎧
Point-of-view: Difficult to manage TID (Transplant Infectious Diseases) – candidates, recipients, and donors’ perspective 🎧
Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs in the Transplant scenario (both BMT and SOT)