Seminar: Current Topics in Virology

Mr. Ken Carter kcarter at umbc.edu
Sat Jun 29 01:51:49 EST 1996


		 >>>>>>CURRENT TOPICS IN VIROLOGY<<<<<<
					1-Day Seminar
			July 26, 1996, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
				ATCC, Rockville, Maryland
		  for registration information contact:
				workshops at atcc.org
				  (301)231-5566



The American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) will sponsor a series of 
virology lectures highlighting recent progress in vaccine development and 
new directions in our approach to working with and understanding animal 
viruses. The series will have relevance to virologists, as well as other 
laboratory and professional personnel. It is hoped that the selection of 
topics will reinforce the idea that the study of viruses can produce 
knowledge that not only offers direct benefits to humans, such as vaccine 
development, but also indirect and sometimes unpredicted benefits in our 
understanding of biological systems.

An outstanding group of invited speakers will provide information on the 
extent to which our increased understanding of viruses now makes possible 
not only improved control methods, but also allows certain viruses to be 
utilized as tools. The seminar is geared toward basic and applied 
researchers with an interest in how current efforts are changing the face 
of virology.

Limited to 40 participants
FEE: $125.00 (includes lunch)
0.7 CEUs 

AGENDA: CURRENT TOPICS IN VIROLOGY

FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1996

9:00 - 9:25    Registration

9:30 - 10:25   Hantavirus Vaccines 
               Connie Schmaljohn, 
               USAMRIID, 
               Ft. Detrick, Frederick, MD

10:30 - 11:25  Progress with RSV and Parainfluenza
               Vaccine Development
               Brian Murphy, NIAID, 
               NIH, Bethesda, MD

11:30 - 12:25  Catered Lunch

12:30 - 1:25   How Segmented Viral Genomes are 
               Assembled: Strategies, Tactics and Surprises
               Bill Joklik, Duke University 
               Medical Ctr., Durham, NC

1:30 - 2:25    Poxvirus: From Disease to Vector
               Bernard Moss, NIAID, 
               NIH, Bethesda, MD

2:30 - 2:40    Afternoon Break

2:45 - 3:40    Rabies Control Strategies
               Zhen Fang Fu, Thomas 
               Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

3:45 - 4:40    HIV Host Cell Receptors
               Ed Berger, NIAID, 
               NIH, Bethesda, MD

4:45           Adjourn



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Univ. of Maryland Baltimore County     /___l___\__   fax:(410) 455-3875
Baltimore, Maryland  21228   	       \______/      kcarter at umbc.edu
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