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Francis Crick Institute

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The year 2018 will mark 100 years since the devastating influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 which resulted in the death of an estimated 50 million people. The influenza virus had not been identified at the time and it was uncertain whether influenza was a bacterial or viral infection until 1933.

The Scie​ntific Committee, chaired by Sir John Skehel, has developed a programme which will trace the development of current understanding of the nature of the viruses, the mechanisms of infection, virus replication and host (immune) responses, and the complex interplay between virus and host in pathogenesis and spread of disease.

What are the prospects for developing a ‘universal’ vaccine and more effective antivirals?

Abstracts for Poster Presentation : Abstract submission extended to Monday 30th April

There is an opportunity for students and very early career scientists to submit a CV together with an abstract for selection for a poster presentation - please email abstracts1918@desouza-associates.com for more information.


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Any queries please contact Lida DeSouza, Conference Organiser, isirv-AVG

Email: lidadesouza@isirv.org

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