CzechoSlovak virology conference 2017
České Budějovice – February 16th and 17th 2017
Dedicated in memory of deceased Dr. Dimitrij Slonim to tribute his merit in research, development and production of polio, smallpox, rabies, measles and mumps vaccines as well as other outstanding achievements in the area of viral infectious diseases of human.
Our goal is to bring together scientists working on all fields of virology research from basic to applied and clinical science. We hope that this conference increase the overall awareness of the cutting edge virology research and will serve to stimulate scientific exchange and create opportunities for new collaborations among the participants.
Virus ecology, evolution, epidemiology, clinical virology, antiviral compounds, virus-host interactions, antiviral immunity, molecular and structural virology, biochemistry of viral proteins and many more…
February 16th and 17th 2017
Congress hall of Biology center CAS, Branišovská 31, České Budějovice
English (possibly Czech and Slovak)
Registration and important dates:
Registration is open. For registration please download registration form (please see below), fill it and send to the organizers (CSVC2017@gmail.com).
Registration will be open till January 15th 2017.
Final program version will be announced January 30th 2017.
Registration fee: 300CZK for students and members of ČSBMB, 500CZK others.
Registration fee will be collected at the conference registration. Payment via credit card or invoice is possible only after prior agreement of organizers.
All storno actions done before January 30th 2017 are free. Later storno is not possible.
Young Scientists Award:
Two valuable prizes for the best contributions to the CSVC2017 (oral and poster) young researchers (students) will be awarded.
We ask that participants arrange their own accommodation in České Budějovice during the conference. You may contact conference organizers for some recommendations.
Contact for organizers:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Jirka Černý)
email@example.com (Dan Růžek)