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TBnet: Moving to a better world.

„Before – After“
"Tuberculosis Awareness Program at Jagdol Village" Development Committee on World TB Day"
"Tuberculosis Awareness Program at Sindupalchowk, Nepal on World TB Day"
"Face of TB"
"XDR-Hostel in Kathmandu"
"TB child in Benin"
"Imagine the first day"
"La principessa prigioniera - The ivory tower’s princess"
"Carbol fuchsin application to sputum smear for diagnosis of tuberculosis, Socios En Salud-Sucursal Perú Microbiology Laboratory, Lima, Peru."
"Child with MDR-TB examining her films"
"Infected cell clumps within the bronchial lumen"
"TB can make patient and doctor smile"
"Sonia in Isolamento"
"Pasta, meat, juice and mycobacterias from your neighbors"

is a network to promote clinically oriented research in the field of tuberculosis in Europe by sharing and developing ideas and research protocols

Latest News

Here you find TBnet related news and general news from clinical tuber-culosis to basic tuberculosis research - usually the paper of the month. You can provide informations on news that should be listed by contacting contact@tb-net.org.

Meetings & Events

Informations on meetings related to tuberculosis or nontuberculous mycobacterial infections and on our TBnet meetings are provided under this link. If you wish meetings to be listed, please contact the TBnet using contact@tb-net.org.


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  • 3rd EACCTB 2015
    3rd EACCTB 2015



    The course is granted with12 ECMEC points from EACCME and 12 CME points.


    The 3rd European Advanced Course in Clinical Tuberculosis will take place from June 11th to June 13th at the Research Centre Borstel.




    It is a clinically oriented course for physicians, public health officers, nurses and clinical scientists.


    PLUS: SATELLITE WORKSHOP: Management non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) pulmonary diseases

    Dr. Jakko van Ingen
    Radboud University, Neijmegen (NL)
    Visiting Professor

    A workshop for

    • PhD students
    • Post Docs
    • Clinical oriented physicians
    • Clinical scientists

    Number of participants is limited to 15