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COVID-19, Influenza and RSV: Surveillance-Informed Prevention and Treatment

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COVID-19, Flu and RSV: Surveillance-Informed Prevention and Treatment (vaccines, antivirals, immunomodulators and other countermeasures)

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The conference will address the evolution, epidemiology and impact of SARS-CoV-2, influenza, RSV and other respiratory viruses, implications for surveillance strategies and progress on vaccines, antivirals, immunomodulators and other countermeasures.

The preliminary programme can be found here

Abstracts are invited to be submitted in the following categories for oral and e-poster presentation:

  • Surveillance of SARS-CoV-2, influenza and RSV
  • Virus evolution – changes in transmissibility and virulence
  • Characterisation of antigenic variants - vaccine composition; therapeutic antibodies
  • Pre-clinical and clinical development of antivirals and immune-therapeutics
  • Emergence of resistance to antivirals and therapeutic antibodies
  • Novel strategies for vaccine development
  • Disease pathogenesis
  • Co-infections
  • Non-pharmaceutical prevention strategies
  • Pandemic preparedness strategies

Abstracts can be submitted here

NOTE: We are offering those that have their abstract accepted for poster presentation, the chance to record a short 3 minute video (explaining the key points) which, alongside your e-poster, will be available for all delegates to view on the conferencing platform.

For more information please visit the ISIRV website

List of low - middle income countries (as stated by the World Bank) can be found here

For delegates from the WHO Networks, please apply the promo code supplied to you, in order to gain access to the registration portal.

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