The 6th European Congress of Virology (ECV) which will take place from October 19-22, 2016 at the Congress Center Hamburg (CCH), Germany.
The European Congress of Virology is the premier virology conference in Europe and is organized by the European Society for Virology (ESV). ECV2016 will bring together both junior and senior scientists, and will cover all aspects of virus research including basic, clinical, veterinary and plant virology.
The meeting of the EPIZONE European Research Group for Epizootic Disease Diagnosis and Control is entitled: “Going viral” and the emphasis will be on communication between all partners within the research group and with external partners to better exchange new research outcomes and to accurately monitor the spread, transmission, evolution and emergence of epizootic viruses.
The well-known EPIZONE themes including diagnosis, intervention strategies, risk assessment, and surveillance and epidemiology of epizootic diseases will again be the backbone of the scientific programme.
The meeting is hosted by CISA-INIA (Madrid).
This Conference will be a joint effort of Clyto Access and Journal of HIV and STD .Your expertise and knowledge in the respective field would add a great value and provide guidance and path-breaking ideas to new generation
For more information regarding the abstract submission and participation fee, kindly have a look at: http://www.clytoaccess.com/international-conference-stds-and-hiv
It is an honour and privilege to invite you to participate in this Conference as Speaker/Poster/Delegate. We believe that your contribution to this field will be of great benefit to all the attendees round the globe. As this Conference encourages ...
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The 28th International Workshop on Retroviral Pathogenesis will be held on December 5 – 9, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America. Retroviruses are important human pathogens, and historically, research on animal retroviruses has uncovered important mechanisms in human disease and viral molecular biology. Sessions will include oral and poster presentations on Receptors and Entry, Integration and Implications for Gene Therapy, Early Events and Restriction Factors, Zoonoses and New Retroviruses, Oncogenesis and Pathogenesis, Immune Responses to Retroviral Infection, Retroviral Accessory Proteins, Endogenous Retroviruses, Animal Models of Human Retroviral Disease, and related topics. Participation from principal investigators, postdoctoral trainees and ...
Do not miss the opportunity to contribute to the meeting by submitting your abstract to one of the following topics:
• entry & uncoating
• reverse transcription & integration
• transcription & latency
• RNA trafficking & packaging
• assembly & release
• innate sensing & restriction
• adaptive immunity & immune evasion
• pathogenesis & evolution
• novel antiviral strategies
• advances in HIV vaccine development