Special Issue "7th Pan-American Dengue Research Network Meeting: Lima 2020"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2021).
Interests: basic research on flavivirus interactions at molecular level and pathogenesis; vaccine development and characterization of novel viruses in non human primate model; also interested and actively involved in clinical trials for several diseases including flavivirus vaccines
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Interests: Study of tropical and neglected infectious diseases using state-of-the-art genomic tools, including ribosome profiling. Particular focus on pathogen discovery and characterization, host-pathogen interactions and changes in gene expression, and evaluation of vaccine efficacy using systems biology approaches
PanDengue Net is a non-profit initiative that gathers scientists, researchers, and medical professionals working in the field of arbovirology across the Americas (http://www.pandenguenet.org). The PanDengue Net meeting, which is an event scheduled every two years, brings these researchers together in the context of a 4-day scientific gathering. The meeting allows for the presentation and discussion of recent advances in the field. The main focus is on Dengue, Zika, Chikungunya, and other arboviruses of medical relevance that severely impact public health in the Americas and around the world.
As in previous meetings (2008 Recife, Brazil; 2010 Cancun, Mexico; 2012 Cartagena, Colombia; 2014 Belém, Brazil; 2016 Panama City, Panama; and 2018 Galveston, Texas, USA), the Lima meeting will include pre-eminent scientists from a wide range of fields, including vaccine development, vector research and control, molecular epidemiology, diagnostics, antivirals, viral structure and pathogenesis, and viral immunology. The meeting is essential to the fostering of collaborations among groups and to the discussion of future research strategies needed to strengthen the field. Importantly, the meeting also provides a unique platform for students and junior investigators from across Latin America and the Caribbean, who are usually under-represented in science, to come together under one roof with leading figures in the field.
Dr. Carlos A. Sariol
Dr. Mariana Leguia
Dr. Daniela Weiskopf
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- Yellow fever
- community intervention
- vector control.