World Society for Virology Conference

Tackling global viral epidemics
16 juin - 19 juin, 2021 | South Africa
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4
Jours
194
Orateurs
5
Sponsors
179
Sessions
16 - 19 juin, 2021 | South Africa

World Society for Virology Conference

Agenda

Catégories:
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Plenary session

14:00

15:00

16:00

17:00

18:00

19:00

20:00

21:00

22:00

23:00

Conference Welcome

14:45 - 15:00
Maria Söderlund-Venermo
Richard Kuhn
Anupam Varma
Ahmed Abdel-Moneim

Plenary 1: SARS-CoV-2: Evolution and Control

15:00 - 17:15
Zhengli Shi
Marion Koopmans
Jerome Kim
Neil M Ferguson
Moderators: Deyin Guo and Zhengli Shi

Plenary 2: COVID-19: pathogenesis and immune responses

17:20 - 19:25
Stanley Perlman
Bart Haagmans
Kari Nadeau
Emilia Liana Falcone
Moderators: Ziad Memish and Ilkka Julkunen
Technology Showcase

14:00

15:00

16:00

17:00

18:00

19:00

20:00

21:00

22:00

23:00

Boehringer-Ingelheim

15:00 - 15:45

Optolane Technologies Inc

15:45 - 16:10

Nanostring

16:10 - 16:40

Inqaba Biotec

16:40 - 17:10

Orateurs

Teresa de los Santos
Teresa de los Santos
FMDV modulation of the host immune response Plum Island Animal Disease Center, USA
	Evgeny Nikolaev
Evgeny Nikolaev
Mass spectrometry in virus diagnostics Center for Translational Biomedicine, Skoltech, Russia
Christina Wege
Christina Wege
Plant virus-based nanotools: Novel functionality and shapes for biosensing University of Stuttgart, Germany
Cameron Myhrvold
Cameron Myhrvold
Massively multiplexed CRISPR-based viral diagnostics Princeton University, USA
Curtis Suttle
Curtis Suttle
Unveiling the virosphere University of British Columbia, Canada
	Andrea Marzi
Andrea Marzi
Fighting the beast – a vaccine against Ebola virus NIAID Laboratory of Virology, USA
Linda Saif
Linda Saif
COVID-19 and global emerging coronaviruses of humans and animals The Ohio State University, USA
Robert Gallo
Robert Gallo
HIV: yesterday, today and tomorrow Robert C. Gallo, MD, is Co-Founder and Director of the Institute of Human Virology (IHV) at the University of Maryland Sc
Anne Balkema-Buschmann
Anne Balkema-Buschmann
Bats as reservoirs for henipaviruses Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Germany
Marietjie Venter
Marietjie Venter
One Health investigations of West Nile virus lineage 2 in South Africa University of Pretoria, South Africa
Klaus Hedman
Klaus Hedman
FRET-POC – a revolutionary immunodiagnostic concept University of Helsinki, Finland
Covadonga Alonso
Covadonga Alonso
Insights in viral uncoating and fusion INIA, Spain
Heikki Hyöty
Heikki Hyöty
Enteroviruses and diabetes Tampere University, Finland
Fabien Zoulim
Fabien Zoulim
The path towards a cure of chronic HBV infection Lyon University, France
Jean Rommelaere
Jean Rommelaere
Tumor suppression by oncolytic parvoviruses: from bench to bedside and back DKFZ, Germany
Stephanie Karst
Stephanie Karst
Host and microbial regulation of norovirus pathogenesis University of Florida, USA
Karyn Johnson
Karyn Johnson
Antiviral defences in insects: The impact of miRNA University of Queensland, Australia
Myléne Ogliastro
Myléne Ogliastro
Densoviruses for insect biocontrol: something old, something new University of Montpellier, France
Sylvain Moineau
Sylvain Moineau
The ongoing battle between phages and CRISPR-Cas systems Université Laval, Canada
Mzia Kutateladze
Mzia Kutateladze
Phage Therapy: Experience and Perspectives. Eliava Institute, Georgia
Edward Holmes
Edward Holmes
The RNA virosphere: From ecosystems to emergence University of Sydney, Australia
Marion Koopmans
Marion Koopmans
SARS CoV-2 and zoonotic CoV Erasmus Medical Centre
Jerome Kim
Jerome Kim
COVID-19 vaccines: Taking a shot beyond efficacy International Vaccine Institute
Neil M Ferguson
Neil M Ferguson
Epidemiology and control of COVID-19: What have we learned and future research priorities Imperial College London
Stanley Perlman
Stanley Perlman
Animal models for COVID-19 University of Iowa Health Care
Bart Haagmans
Bart Haagmans
Pathogenesis of SARS-CoV-2 Erasmus MC
Kari Nadeau
Kari Nadeau
Reactive immune responses to COVID and its vaccines Stanford University
Emilia Liana Falcone
Emilia Liana Falcone
The post-COVID-19 condition: from multidisciplinary clinical evaluation to management through the researcher’s lens Montréal Clinical Research Institute (IRCM)
Vincent Racaniello
Vincent Racaniello
Enteroviruses and childhood paralysis Columbia University
Chantal Abergel
Chantal Abergel
The concept of virus in the giant virus era CNRS
Zhengli Shi
Zhengli Shi
From SARS-CoV to SARS-CoV-2, understanding of interspecies infection of bat coronaviruses Wuhan Institute of Virology
Murilo Zerbini
Murilo Zerbini
Contagium vivum fluidum: Virus taxonomy from the origins of virology until the 21st century ICTV, Brazil
Kanta Subbarao
Kanta Subbarao
Interspecies transmission of avian influenza viruses University of Melbourne, Australia
Khatijah Yusoff
Khatijah Yusoff
Repurposing engineered Newcastle disease virus in modern vaccinology University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Egbert Mundt
Egbert Mundt
Infectious Bursal Disease Virus: Deep understanding of viral molecular biology supports controlling the disease Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany
Øystein Evensen
Øystein Evensen
Fish viral vaccines for global aquaculture Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Neena Mitter
Neena Mitter
RNAi in a drum: Can it work for viruses? University of Queensland, Australia
Kristiina Mäkinen
Kristiina Mäkinen
A viral ribonucleoprotein complex guards potato virus A RNA genome all the way from replication to stable particle formation University of Helsinki, Finland
Hanu Pappu
Hanu Pappu
Continued threat of tospoviruses: New insights into virus-host interactions and RNAi strategies Washington State University, USA
	James Van Etten
James Van Etten
Chloroviruses have a sweet tooth University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
WSV Moderators
WSV Moderators
Elizabeth González Cueto
Elizabeth González Cueto
Ujjala Ghoshal
Ujjala Ghoshal
Raphael Gaudin
Raphael Gaudin
Fathiah Zakham
Fathiah Zakham
Tracey L. Freeman
Tracey L. Freeman
Raad Matar Mohammed Althaqafi
Raad Matar Mohammed Althaqafi
Liba Sokolovska
Liba Sokolovska
Anda Vilmane
Anda Vilmane
Zaiga Nora-Krukle
Zaiga Nora-Krukle
Nada Eidhah Algethami
Nada Eidhah Algethami
Moona Huttunen
Moona Huttunen

Partenaires

Boehringer Ingelheim
Boehringer Ingelheim
inqaba biotec
inqaba biotec
Optolane Technologies Inc.
Optolane Technologies Inc.
NanoString Technologies
NanoString Technologies
World Society for Virology
World Society for Virology