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Select coverage from First International Zika Conference is included below:

A Brief History of Zika
Jean-Paul Gonzalez, MD, PhD, Deputy Director, Center of Excellence for Emerging and Zoonotic Animal Diseases (CEEZAD), Kansas State University, Adjunct Professor, Kansas State University, discusses the Zika virus from a historical perspective.
Women Facing Stigma: The Parallel Between Zika and HIV
Carmen Zorrilla, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, University of Puerto Rico, School of Medicine, discusses the social stigma surrounding Zika- and HIV-positive women.
How Has the Zika Virus Pandemic Changed How Researchers Share Data?
David A. Schwartz, MD, MS Hyg, FCAP, clinical professor of pathology at Medical College of Georgia, explains how the Zika virus pandemic has brought about a new form of research sharing.
Repurposing Licensed Drugs for Use Against the Zika Virus
Robert W. Malone, MD, MS, has identified several already-licensed drugs that would be successful in blocking Zika virus replication in human tissues.
Mapping the Evolution of the Zika Virus
Adriano Schneider, MS, PhD Candidate, Bioinformatics and Genomics, UNC Charlotte, maps the evolution of the Zika virus.
Modifying Prenatal Care for Pregnant Women with Antenatal Microcephaly
Prenatal care for pregnant women with antenatal Zika-related microcephaly needs to be modified to include conversations that include pregnancy options as well as neonatal specialty consultations that will address infant special care needs, economic burden, and other factors.
Zika Infection Late in Pregnancy May Impact Fetal Neurologic Development
Carmen D. Zorrilla, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, University of Puerto Rico, School of Medicine, shared her research which aimed to evaluate the growth patterns of fetuses whose mothers acquired Zika virus during pregnancy “and showed no prenatally detectable structural anomalies or maternal conditions that could affect fetal growth.”
A Detailed Look at the Zika Virus Epidemic in Brazil
Pedro Fernando de Costa Vasconcelos, MD, PhD, director of the WHO Collaborating Center for Arbovirus and Research, Evandro Chagas Institute, took a closer look at the Zika virus in Brazil during his presentation at The First International Zika Conference.
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