14th Mini-Herpesvirus Workshop
We would like to remind you that abstract submission for the forthcoming 14th Mini-Herpesvirus Workshop is open until the 20th August, 2019.
This is also the deadline for free registration.
Please send us your registration and your abstract now!
To register, please send an e-mail with the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
City and Country:
Gender (for statistical purposes):
Participating at the common dinner in Opatija Grill, Braunschweig on 20th September 2019: yes or no
If yes: Dietary restrictions: vegetarian: yes or no
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Aim: This informal meeting provides an opportunity for young herpesvirus researchers to present their data to a knowledgeable audience, meet colleagues, and to initiate productive collaborations. Graduate students and postdocs can present their work as short oral presentations, which will be selected from submitted abstracts.
This year’s Keynote lectures will be given by David Knipe (Harvard University, Boston, MA) and by Cliona Rooney (Baylor University, Houston, TX).
When and where: The 14th Mini Herpesvirus Workshop will be held on Friday, September 20, 2019, from 10 am til 5 pm in the Forum building of the Helmholtz Institute for Infection Research, Inhoffenstr. 7, 38124 Braunschweig.
Registration: Registration will open as of June 1st. Abstract submission will open as of July 1st and last until August 20th. Registration fees are waived this year, if registration occurs online by the August 20th deadline.
Accommodation: Accommodation is not provided by us, but we have booked a contingent of rooms at preferred rates. Furthermore, we can send you a list of suggested hotels and hostels on request. We also recommend checking for good offers on the web.
We look forward to seeing you in Braunschweig for the 14th Mini Herpesvirus Workshop!
Organizing committee Braunschweig: Luka Cicin-Sain (Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research), Melanie Brinkmann (Technical University Braunschweig)
Scientific organizing committee: Wolfram Brune (Heinrich Pette Institute), Beate Sodeik (Hannover Medical School), Sebastian Voigt (Robert Koch Institute)
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