The GCC Virology Conference is set to be a unique event, the first of its kind in the region that seeks to create a platform for a meaningful exchange of ideas dealing with viral infections led by scientists engaged in research, primary care physicians and laboratorians involved with patient care. Some of the key topics in focus at the conference includes: Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), Laboratory Diagnosis, Virology of the Gut and Liver, Respiratory Virology, HIV Management and Prevention, Pediatric Virology, Gynaecological Virology and more. For more details kindly visit www.gccvirology.com
Focus will be on (re)-emerging viruses. Topics covered: The biology of viruses, pathogenesis and host response, transmission, zoonosis, epidemiology & surveillance, vaccines and antivirals. For details, visit the conference website http://eusev2015.lima-city.de/
The SoGAT group focuses on the harmonization of qualitative and quantitative nucleic acid based amplification techniques (NAT) through the provision of reference materials and discussions of scientific aspects relating to standardization. This meeting will take the form of an interactive workshop. An agenda, registration form and meeting information sheet can be found on the SoGAT website http://www.nibsc.org/science_and_research/virology/blood_virology/standardisation_of_genome_amplification_techniques.aspx To attend the event, please complete the registration form that can be downloaded from the website and send it to email@example.com by 11 May 2015. Please note, there is no registration fee.
The International Symposium on Flaviviruses: Structure and Immunity will include topics like: virion and viral protein structures, functions of viral proteins, structure-based analysis of immune responses to infection and vaccination, vaccine-induced immunity and correlates of protection. For details, please visit the website (copy link in your browser) http://www.virologie.meduniwien.ac.at/home/events/changelang_2-idart_9-content.html
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