The Australian Chlamydia Conference is a meeting that brings together human health, animal, and wildlife researchers with a focus on infections and disease caused by Chlamydia.
The conference aims to facilitate national and international collaborations on research efforts to reduce the disease burden of Chlamydia. In 2017, the conference will feature a series of plenary and invited talks over two days, a student poster session, and two Q and A panels on the hot topics in the Chlamydia field. The conference typically hosts 60 delegates from around Australia; 3-5 international delegates are also invited. The conference is hosted over two days with a ‘human Chlamydia’ theme on the first day and an ‘animal Chlamydia’ theme on the second day. Some delegates attend both days and some delegates who attend just one.