European Society for Clinical Virology
The 19th annual ESCV meeting will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, Sept 14-17 2016.
Details can be found on the conference ESCV2016 website.
Registration and Abstract submission opens in February.
For inquiries, sponsering etc, send an email to the conference secretariat.
You are invited for the ESCV workshop "Serology in Clinical Virology" that will be held April 28-29, 2016, in Trondheim, Norway.
A list of Invited Speakers is shown here. Up to 30 clinical virologists (in training) can participate. There will be no registration fee and in addition, each of the selected participants will be sponsored by the ESCV by a 500 Euro travel grant. Participants will be asked to prepare a short presentation of difficult cases or evaluation of serological tests for the workshop.
To register, fill in the Registration Form and send it to the local organizer, Dr. Svein Norbo, before March 1, 2016.
ESCV E-learning program is available,
free of charge for ESCV members. Two programs are available:
- Congenital Virus Infection,
based on lectures given workshop in Regensburg, March 2015
- Clinical Virology, based on lectures given at the annual ESCV-meeting in Prague, Sept 2014
program is approved by the Austrian Medical association and CME credits
given should be accepted in EU and other countries.
Our 18th annual meeting held Sept 9-12 2015, in Edinburgh, Scotland UK was great succes! A big thanks to our local organizers, Kate Templeton and Richard Phillips, and to our sponsors.
Approximately 450 people attended, and 300 abstracts were presented.
Members and attendants have received an email form the ESCV Medroom
to access the video registration of the keynote lectures
Follow the Society on Twitter, @ESCVirology
Tweets related to specific meetings can be found under specific hashtags, for instance
#escv2014 for the 2014 Prague meeting, and #escv2015 for the Edinburgh meeting.
A group of three ECDC observers were selected from ESCV and offered a 5-day
program at the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) in
Stockholm, Sweden, in Sept 2015. The Observership Visit provided a unique
insight into Public Health Epidemiology and allowed the awardees interaction both with experienced ECDC staff and EUPHEM recruits.
The aims and objectives of the ECDC Observer visit can be found on the ECDC website.
Lectures and cases presented during past ESCV Workshops can be found in the Members area. For example those presented at the Congenital Viral
Infections in Regensburg, March 2015, and at the Workshop Techniques in Clinical Virology held in Vienna, April 2014.