The 2023 Winter Course was held February 6-10, 2023 at The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa, Avon, Vail Valley
The 48th Remington Winter Course in Infectious Diseases was held Feburary 6-10 in Vail, Colorado.
Access to the Archived Sessions is still available. Click below to register, and to login with your registration credentials.
COVID-19 related programs are available below courtesy of the Winter Course Board & Faculty.
COVID: Vaccines and Immunity
Carlos del Rio, MD
Distinguished Professor of Medicine
Treatment: Where Are We with COVID-19
Paul G. Auwaerter, MD, MBA, FIDSA
Sherrilyn and Ken Fisher Professor of Medicine
Looking at COVID-19 Lessons Learned that Inform Public Health Response
Richard P. Wenzel, MD, MSc
Emeritus Chair and Professor
HAI Prevention After the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Did We Learn?
Daniel J. Diekema, MD, D(ABMM), FACP
Professor of Medicine and Pathology
ASP Publications Published During COVID-19
Debra Goff, PharmD, FIDSA, FCCP
Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Winter Course 2021 COVID Sessions
Winter Course 2019 Sessions
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Select 2019 sessions are available free.
Dr. Jack S. Remington, 90, Physician-Scientist, “the Pope of Toxoplasmosis,” World-renowned Leader in Infectious Diseases, Dies
Dr. Jack S. Remington, who became a legend in the field of infectious diseases, made numerous medical discoveries, published more than 600 articles in peer-reviewed journals, and founded an internationally recognized laboratory for the study and diagnosis of toxoplasmosis, died at his home in Menlo Park, California on Thursday, April 8, 2021.
His wife, Dr. Françoise Perdreau-Remington, said the cause was from complications following joint replacement for a fall-related hip fracture. Dr. Remington had undergone kidney transplantation 10 years ago, the organ having been donated by his wife.
“STAT JACK,” as he was affectionally known by his trainees and colleagues, was born as a twin of his only sibling, Jill, on January 19, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois. He went to the University of Illinois for Medical School, University of California at San Francisco for medical internship and residency in internal medicine, the National Institutes of Health for an in-depth research program, and Harvard Medical School for an infectious diseases fellowship. In 1962, Dr. Remington simultaneously joined Stanford University, where he was a tenured Professor of Medicine, and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute (PAMF-RI) where he founded the Toxoplasmosis Serology Laboratory (TSL) and became PAMF’s chief consultant in infectious diseases for over three decades. TSL was named the “Dr. Jack S. Remington Laboratory for Specialty Diagnostics” on November 8, 2019 at a special celebration and ceremony led by Dr. Joseph Lacy (then President, Palo Alto and Mills-Peninsula Divisions, Palo Alto Medical Foundation), chaired by Dr. José G. Montoya, and attended by his family, colleagues, former trainees and members of his beloved laboratory.