The Chairman and the Latin American correspondent from the Pan American Society for Clinical Virology (PASCV, US), are pleased to invite you to participate at the “IV International Clinical Virology Symposium and Advances in Vaccines” to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 24-26 , 2016.
The main goals for this meeting are to share and discuss knowledge about the advances in viral diagnosis with a main focus in molecular assays and novel technologies, as well as to learn on the improvement, characteristics, and indications of new human vaccines and new therapeutics.
This International Symposium is a great opportunity to gather together colleagues and friends from different countries, exchange knowledge about the recent advances of the most important and frequent issues in Clinical and Diagnostic Virology and advances of new Vaccines.
The workshop aims at providing a platform for sharing knowledge and research advances on human papillomavirus in relation to cancer development, detection, epidemiology & prevention. It will cover a wide range of topics including viral replication & life cycle, functions of oncoproteins, genome & RNA modification & regulation, HPV testing methodology & application, pathogenesis, epidemiology, cancer screening and public health issues. Areas related to cervical, anogenital, oropharyngeal and other cancers possibly associated with HPV are within the scope of this workshop.
- Researchers in the field of tumor virology, especially those focusing on HPV.
- Healthcare providers & administrators who may come across clinical problems related to HPV-associated cancers, especially cervical, anogenital and head & neck cancers.
- Healthcare professionals who may be involved in provision, interpretation or organizing cervical cancer screening programmes.
- Any scientists or clinicians who are interested in updating their knowledge on HPV and HPV-associated cancers.
Kai Chong Tong, G/F, School of Public Health Building,
Prince of Wales Hospital,
Shatin, Hong Kong
Early Registration: 1 March – 15 September 2016
Standard Registration: 16 September – 15 October 2016
Abstract submission: 1 March – 30 June 2016