BIT’s 1st World Congress of Virus and Infections-2010 (WCVI-2010)

Venue: BEXCO, Busan, South Korea

Location: Busan, South Korea

Event Date/Time: Jul 31, 2010 End Date/Time: Aug 03, 2010
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The 1st World Congress of Virus and Infections is the extension of the previous two annual World Summits of Antivirals. There are 3 parallel symposia at this congress: 1st World Congress of Virus and Infections, 1st Annual Inaugurate Symposium of Hepatitis Virus and 3rd Annual World Summit of Antivirals. WCVI 2010 will set World Summit of Antivirals as the essence, arrange a unique symposium for hepatitis virus and enlarge its involvement in animal and plant antivirals. There is also a large poster session arranged for young scientists to have them heard by the worldwide professionals.


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Highlights: 3 Parallel sub-conferences of more than 150 remarkable sessions 1000 scientific and technological posters to share the new findings and breakthroughs 500-800 parallel presentations and discussions on update current novel R & D status 100-150 exhibitors to demonstrate their products and technology development 100 Showcases for most promising and fast growing companies in antiviral R & D Special tailored 1 to 1 network for business and collaboration demands. Name of Tracks: WCVI Track 1: Global Epidemics and Prevention Track 2: General Virology and Basic Sciences Track 3: Medical and Clinical Virology Track 4: Retrovirus-HIV/AIDS-Basic Sciences and Implications Track 5: Other Retrovirus Researches Track 6: Respiratory and Emerging/Re-emerging Viruses Track 7: Neuro-Viorology Track 8: Pediatric Viral Infectious Diseases Track 9: Human Tumor Virology Track 10: Viral Immunology, Infection and Immunity Track 11: Agriculture and Plant Virology Track 12: Veterinary Virology SHV Track 1: Hepatitis A and E Virus Track 2: Hepatitis B and D Virus Track 3: Hepatisis C Virus Track 4: Virus and Liver Cancer WSA Track 1: Targeting Drug Discovery and Development-Small Molecules Track 2: Antiviral Vaccine Development Track 3: Immunotherapy and Therapeutic Antibodies Track 4: Gene Therapy for Viral Infections