NDPIA course “Molecular and Marine Virology” in Smögen 21-23 August

A 1 ECTS course focusing on molecular and marine virology will be held 21-23 August in Smögen, prior to the Smögen Symposium on Virology (24-26 August). The aim of the course is to provide a broad and in-depth knowledge of different areas of virology. Senior Swedish and international researchers will give lectures spanning a wide array of fields, such as marine virology, pathogenesis, evolution, emerging viruses and new antiviral therapies. The course will also include poster sessions where participants can communicate their research, time for group discussions and networking activities.

Reduced registration fee for NDPIA members:
Single room – 2700 SEK, Shared double room – 1500 SEK

Link to additional information about the course and how to register

Registration deadline: 4 June, 2017

Link to information about the Smögen Symposium on Virology 2017

Career planning, scientific communication and NIB 2017 16-18 October, Stockholm!

NDPIA is organising workshops on career planning and scientific communication with international trainers 16-17 October, 2017. The workshops will be held back-to-back with the 7th National Infection Biology Meeting (NIB 2017) at Djurönäset outside Stockholm 17-18 October. The aim of NIB 2017 is to gather experimental researchers, physicians and epidemiologists interested in molecular and clinical microbiology, immunology and host-pathogen interactions. Invited speakers and speakers selected from submitted abstracts will present their research spanning bacterial, viral and parasitic infections, host-pathogen interactions, host defence etc.

Registered participants of NDPIA are offered free registration and accommodation for all activities 16-18 October.

Link to additional information about the events and application for NDPIA co-funding of travel costs

Registration and abstract submission dead-line: 12 June, 2017

Meet leading international infection biology researchers in Umeå 170619-20!

Registration is open for the symposium “Infection Research to Meet Current and Future Challenges” in Umeå 19 June 2017 featuring the following internationally renowned researchers: Philippe Sansonetti, Bonnie Bassler, Daniel Portnoy, Stewart Cole, Elaine Toumanen, Scott Hultgren, Peter Sarnow, Emmanuelle Charpentier.

NDPIA members who present posters at the symposium are invited to participate in NDPIA networking activities 19-20 June including free accommodation in Umeå 170618-20. At a Meet the Speakers workshops 20 June several of the invited speakers of 19 June will chair round table discussions with NDPIA members.

Link to additional information about and registration to events 19-20 June.

Registration deadline 14 May, 2017

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