David W. Kimberlin, MD

David W. Kimberlin, MD

  • Professor of Pediatrics
  • Sergio Stagno Endowed Chair in Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Co-Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • The University of Alabama
  • Birmingham, Alabama

Dear Colleague,

The Infectious Diseases In Children Symposium has been a valuable educational resource to pediatric physicians and nurses for more than 25 years. You're invited to join 800 of your colleagues as you spend the weekend learning the latest advancements as interpreted by the finest pediatric infectious disease specialists.

This meeting has been consistently rated one of the top meetings in pediatrics. In 2014, our distinguished faculty will continue to provide attendees with features they value most, in addition to developing new clinically relevant topics that will help enhance your practice.

Discover why your colleagues attend every year:

  • More CME. Earn up to 14.5 AMA PRA Category 1
    ™ to help your practice stay current.
  • Relevant topics. Gain new information on vaccinations, influenza, group A strep, urinary tract infection management and sexually transmitted infections.
  • Attendee favorites. Challenge your diagnostic skills during popular sessions of What's Your Diagnosis? and Spot the Rash.
  • Expert faculty. Skilled surgeons, researchers and professors from across the country will come together and share their expert perspective.
  • Interactive format. Exchange ideas, research and experiences with renowned faculty and colleagues during interactive sessions scheduled throughout program.
  • Convenient location. Held during a weekend in easily accessible New York City, so that time away from your practice is spent efficiently.

Don't miss your chance to participate in one of the most interactive pediatric meetings of the year. There’s still time to register!

I am excited for what the upcoming symposium has in store and hope you'll join me again in New York City for another successful meeting.


David W. Kimberlin, MD
Program Director

This continuing medical education activity is provided by

The Infectious Diseases in Children Symposium is supported, in part, by educational grants from Alcon Research, LTD and Merck & Co., Inc.