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Emerging Viruses of Zoonotic and Veterinary Importance

This is a two day meeting to bring together international researchers with an interest in tackling emerging viruses that affect all species, whether human, pet, production or wild. This will allow cross-fertilisation of ideas and common trends to be identified, as well as discussion of methodologies and prospects going forward.
When Jul 24, 2017 12:00 PM to
Jul 26, 2017 01:00 PM
Where Churchill College, Cambridge
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Proposed Sessions

  • Gastrointestinal Infections
  • Respiratory Infections
  • Systemic Infections
  • Drivers of Emerging Infections

Registration

  • Registration includes coffee, tea, lunches and dinners.
    • There will be a conference dinner on Tues 25th July.
  • Registration fees:
    • Discounted until 14th April 2017 - £250
    • After 14th April until 14th July 2017 - £300
  • Accommodation is additional with the option of Bed and Breakfast for the nights of 24th and 25th July:
    • Single standard room (£48.75/night )
    • Single en-suite room (£66.85/night)
    • For different dates or types of room please contact the organisers directly on vet-emergingviruses@vet.cam.ac.uk.
  • There is an option for guests at the dinners.

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