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3rd Annual Bay Area Symposium on Viruses
Henry Wheeler Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases (CEND) and the Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health
Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
The Bay Area Symposium on Viruses is an annual one-day conference that aims to strengthen interactions among Bay Area scientists and clinicians who share a strong interest in virology. The symposium features presentations by leading Bay Area scientists, roundtable discussions, a poster session, and opportunities for networking. Presenters at the 2013 symposium will include:
- Catherine Blish (Stanford University)
- Eric Delwart (Blood Systems Research Iinstitute)
- Jennifer Doudna (UC Berkeley)
- Don Ganem (Novartis)
- Dennis Hartigan-O'Connor (UC Davis)
- Eric Verdin (Gladstone Institutes)
Registration is required. For additional information including directions and the symposium program, please visit http://bayviro.org/symposium.
The Henry Wheeler Center for Emerging & Neglected Diseases (CEND) was established as a multi-disciplinary research unit at the University of California, Berkeley, in 2008, with the support of a generous donation by Henry H. “Sam” Wheeler, Jr. The mission of CEND is to help the University of California, Berkeley make innovative and substantial contributions to the global response to emerging and neglected infectious diseases. We at CEND believe that by educating potential innovators, connecting researchers from diverse disciplines, and investing in research, we can help the best and brightest minds at UC Berkeley access the resources they need to make meaningful and innovative contributions to our scientific understanding and ability to combat emerging and neglected diseases. For more information, visit us at: http://cend.globalhealth.berkeley.edu
The Epidemiology Division is a part of the School of Public Health of the University of California at Berkeley. At any one time, approximately 140 full-time students are enrolled in masters and doctoral degree programs in epidemiology and a combined masters degree program in epidemiology/biostatistics. In addition to taking courses within the School of Public Health and on the rest of the Berkeley campus, students in the epidemiology program conduct independent epidemiologic research at the School, in a wide array of other settings in the San Francisco Bay Area, elsewhere in California, and in various national and international settings. For more information, visit us at: http://epi.berkeley.edu
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