Symposium: 80 Years of ‘Archives of Virology’

       Date | Monday, November 25, 2019
      Time | 9.00 - 18.20
Address | Van Swieten Saal, Medical University of Vienna
                  Van-Swieten-Gasse 1a
                  1090 Wien, Austria
 

Program

> Linda Dixon, The Pirbright Institute, Woking, UK
Progress in understanding African swine fever virus host interactions and vaccine development

> Wendy Barclay, Imperial College, London, UK
Host factors that shape influenza evolution

> Adrian Fox, Fera, York, UK
The application of diagnostics in plant virology: investigating risk, causation and the influence of agricultural practice on virus evolution

> Alexandra Trkola, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Paths to broad neutralization of HIV-1

> Quentin Sattentau, University of Oxford, UK
How HIV-1 spreads between susceptible cells

> Detlev Krüger, Charité, Berlin, Germany
From the first issue of Archives of Virology, 1939: Electron microscopy made viruses visible

> Sarah Butcher, University of Helsinki, Finland
Antivirals –a new approach to an old problem

> Susan Hafenstein, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA
Atomic resolution structure of HPV

> Jolanda Smit, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Early events in dengue and chikungunya virus infection

> Amadou Sall, Institut Pasteur de Dakar, Senegal
Emerging viruses in Africa

> Marie-Paule Kieny, INSERM, Paris, France
Clinical development of an Ebola vaccine during a public health emergency

> Edward Holmes, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
Redefining virus ecology and evolution with metagenomics


Registration [free of charge]:

Please send your registration with the subject “Symposium 80 Years of Archives of Virology” to springer@springer.at.

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IMPORTANT: Please be aware that the number of participants is limited. If the participant number is exceeded additional registrations will be added to a waiting list.