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HPV 2015 Lisbon - 30th International Papillomavirus Conference
This exciting conference will bring together researchers, clinicians and other healthcare professionals in an international forum, enabling the exchange of the latest advances in both science and practice, within the research and clinical community.
Through a variety of state-of-the-art sessions, keynoteâ€‹ lectures, roundtable discussions, workshops and sessions including oral and poster presentations, the conference will have a special focus on HPV and globalization and exploring new worlds in basic and clinical research, and new proposals to reduce inequities in access to health.
WHY ATTEND HPV 2015?
The International Papillomavirus Society (IPVS) sponsors the world's premiere international conference on papillomaviruses, including HPV, and papillomavirus-related diseases. Like its predecessors, HPV 2015 will be unique in its dual focus on cutting edge clinical and basic science in an international forum. HPV 2015 is an outstanding opportunity to hear lectures and the latest research findings from top international experts in the papillomavirus field and related fields. HPV 2015 will bring together an international network of students, clinicians and researchers to exchange research and ideas in these and many other areas of interest:
- Basic science of HPV biology, immunology and pathogenesis
- Vaccines: current and new
- Public healthâ€‹
- Natural history of HPV-related disease in men, women and special populations
- Screening for HPV-related disease
- Cost-effectiveness of disease prevention and treatment
- Novel treatments for HPV-related disease
- Global health
HPV 2015 will be held in a city rich in culture and history: Lisbon, Portugal. With its storied tradition of global exploration, Lisbon will be an exceptional setting for HPV 2015. See you in Lisbon for HPV 2015!â€‹
The HPV Tradeshow provides a dynamic environment where attendees network, mingle and learn about the latest products and resources. Take advantage of the opportunity to reach a concentrated group of decision makers by reserving a booth at the HPV Tradeshow.
About the International Papillomavirus Society:
The mission of the International Papillomavirus Society is to facilitate research on human and animal papillomaviruses and their associated diseases, and to promote the translation of research results into new clinical applications and public health policies. The Society serves as the organizational structure for the field of biomedical scientists and physicians engaged in all manner of papillomavirus research and promotes translational research involving basic and clinical scientists as well as epidemiologists and public health workers at academic, governmental and corporate laboratories and hospitals. The Society maintains a Web Site (www.IPVSoc.org) for professional communication and public education, and provides a membership directory and services. The Society and its members foster the careers of new investigators through training, opportunities for collaboration, and funding of travel fellowships to the conferences and workshops. The International Papillomavirus Society provides the primary oversight for the Annual Conferences and coordination of fund raising and maintenance of the membership and general announcement lists for these meetings. It also is a staunch advocate for additional HPV research, public awareness of HPV diseases and opportunities for prevention and management, and international education.
Contact the event managers listed below for more information about how you can participate at the HPV 2015 Lisbon - 30th International Papillomavirus Conference.
HPV Secretariat c/o Kenes Associations Worldwide
Tel: +31 20 763 01 01
7, rue Francois-Versonnex, C.P. 6053
1211 Geneva 6 Switzerland
conference attracts a large and diverse international group
of participants including research scientists, clinicians, and public health experts from academia, government and private sector partners.
International Papillomavirus Society
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