This meeting series was initiated to promote discussion between specialists in quantitative and computational approaches in two areas in the field of HIV where these are particularly important.
Conference sessions will be organized to accommodate the best submitted talks. We welcome submissions on all topics on statistical, mathematical and computational approaches to analyzing HIV’s dynamics and evolution.
Over the years, treating viral diseases has become more and more complex. This workshop aims at providing treating physicians with an overview of the latest data, presented from a clinical perspective, and how these data translate to clinical practice, illustrated by interactive case discussions with national and international experts.
The ASV 2014 program will include scientific symposia, workshops, poster sessions, and special educational presentations punctuated by collegial mixers and social events. The meeting will begin Saturday, June 21st with the Welcome Reception at 3:30 pm that will be followed by the Keynote address at 5:30 pm and the first group of simultaneous workshop sessions that evening.
The Plenary Symposia will take place on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings and State-of-the-Art Lectures will be presented during various workshops during the afternoons and evenings. Two poster sessions will be held on Sunday and Monday afternoons with scheduled time for discussion. Also included are several other Special Events and Workshops to complete the program.
Viruses of microbes are the largest biological entity on planet earth. Despite their omnipresence, many aspects of the biology of viruses of microorganisms, the interaction with their hosts, and their ecological impact are not well understood. Furthermore, these viruses offer a broad repertoire of tools which can be harnessed for a variety of applications in medicine, food safety, and biotechnology. The Viruses of Microbes Meeting aims to bring together researchers working on all aspects of these organisms, ranging from fundamental research on structure, genetics, and molecular mechanisms, to biotechnology and applications.
This is the 11th workshop in the series and will be held in Brisbane, located in subtropical south-east Queensland. In August, the days are mild and sunny and perfect for enjoying the wonderful outdoors, such as the sweeping beaches of Surfers Paradise, the World Heritage rainforest of Lamington National Park or the annual Humpback Whale migration at Hervey Bay. This workshop is timed to immediately precede the 29th International Horticultural Congress, which is also hosted by Brisbane. This is only the second time that this congress, attended by more than 2,000 delegates from around the world, has been held in the Southern Hemisphere. So please reserve the dates of 13-15 August 2014 to attend the Australasian Plant Virology Workshop. It promises to be a highlight of the plant pathology conference calendar.