Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Konferencija MEEGID XII

  • lutvokuric@yahoo.com                                                                     Jun 2.06.2014.

                           MEEGID XII

is the leading conference on the genetics and evolution of all pathogens: viruses, pathogenic bacteria, fungi, parasites and prions, their vectors and their hosts.

MEEGID XII will give special emphasis to health problems of South East Asia through plenary lectures, specialized symposia, and poster sessions.

Please submit your abstract for MEEGID XII now, click here to submit
Keynote Speakers
Dr Sylvain Brisse Institut Pasteur, Paris 

Francisco J. Ayala Dept Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California Irvine, USA 

Michael Bowen Rotavirus Surveillance Team, NCIRD, CDC, USA 

Robin Beat Gasser Faculty of Veterinary, The University of Melbourne, Australia 

Joseph Heitman Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Duke University Medical Center, USA 

Edward Holmes Sydney Emerging Infections & Biosecurity Institute, The University of Sydney, Australia 

H M. Pitchappan Director-Research, Chettinad University, India 

Yong Poovorawan Center of Excellence in Clinical Virology, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand 

Andrew Read Penn State University, USA 

Sarah Reece Centre for Immunity, Infection & Evolution, University of Edinburgh, UK 

Gabriele Schoenian Institute of Microbiology and Hygiene, Charité University Medicine Berlin, Germany 

Andrew Thompson School of Veterinary and Health Sciences, Murdoch University, Australia 

Nikolaos Vasilakis Dept. of Pathology, University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
Catherine Walton, Computational Evolutionary Biology Group, University of Manchester, UK 
Submit your abstract!
Present your latest research at this leading conference and share with an international audience of researchers in your field. Oral and poster abstracts are invited on the following conference topics:
  • Genetics, genomics, proteomics, population biology, mathematical modeling and bioinformatics. Submissions can deal with the host, the pathogen, or the vector in case of vector-borne diseases
  • Host + pathogen or pathogen + vector
  • All pathogens, including: viruses; parasitic protozoa; helminthes; fungal organisms and prions
  • All infectious models, including those of veterinary or agronomical relevance
  • Cancer and infectious diseases
Submit your abstract here
For more information, to submit your abstract and to register, visit www.meegidconference.com .

I hope to see you there! Regards,

Michel Tibayrenc, MD, PhD, Editor -in-chief
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 


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