European Society for Clinical Virology



Our next annual meeting will be held Sept 9-12 2015, in Edinburgh, Scotland UK. The meeting is open for registration and abstract submission.
For details, visit the conference website www.escv2015.com. For rules regarding ESCV Travel Grant applications, look left.
Twitter hashtag for the Edinburgh meeting will be #escv2015. To contact the local organizers, click here

 
Lectures and cases presented during the ESCV Workshop on Congenital Viral Infections in Regensburg, March 2015 can be found in the Members area. Those of
the ESCV Workshop Techniques in Clinical Virology held in Vienna, April 2014, as well. 
 

The ESCV E-learning program is now available, free of charge for members and people attending the Prague meeting. The program is approved by the Austrian Medical association and CME credits given should be accepted in European and other countries.


  
Have a look at the photos of the ESCV2014 meeting, there are at least 300 of them! Visit the ESCV medroom to watch the Prague Keynote Lectures. Use your personal registration code found in your conference bag to log in. We will be sending codes to all ESCV members shortly, including those that did not attend the Prague meeting.


Tweets posted by @ESCVirology can be found under #escv2014 (2014 Prague meeting) and #escvwp15 (2015 Regensburg workshop).


Information regarding the Heine-Medin Award and the Abbott Diagnostic Award can be found in the Awards pages indicated on the left
 

The website of the ESCV is sponsored by an unrestricted grant from     Send us your comments or questions by clicking the Contact-link below.
 

In collaboration with ECDC, the ESCV has launched an initiative to investigate the Prevalence of Enterovirus 68 (EV-D68) Infections in Europe and calls clinical virology laboratories to participate in a pan-European EV-D68 survey. Please read the information and contact the organizers Bert Niesters (NL) or Bruna Lina (FR) before Oct 25, 2014.








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