The ICH2019 Organizing Committee is proud to invite you to the 11th International Conference on Hantaviruses. Held every three years, it is the premier conference for virologists, interested in the biology of hantaviruses. The 2019 conference will be held in the historical city of Leuven, in Belgium: as the venue is close to Brussels, it provides easy access for European and intercontinental travelers. The conference offers scientists from around the world an opportunity to meet, and hear the most up to date advances on a broad area of topics in hantavirology, HFRS and HPS. The organizing committee has selected an international group of dynamic speakers to present plenary talks on topics, including epidemiology, ecology, vaccines and therapeutics, pathogenesis, and more. Students, post-docs and scientists are encouraged to present their recent findings at the conference.
The 11th International Conference on Hantaviruses will start on Sunday 1 September 2019 and will end on Wednesday 4 September 2019.
We are happy to welcome you in Leuven in
Abstract submission is closed. Notification letters will be sent by 22 May 2019
'Effect of hantaviruses on endothelial cells'
'Hantaviruses: of mice, shrews, moles, bats and man'
'Hantavirus vaccines: Pragmatism and Promises'
'Proteinuria is an early but rapidly evanescent diagnostic sign in probably all hantavirus infections'
'Host factors that regulate virus infectivity'
'The hantavirus surface: molecular insights into glycoprotein dynamics and cell entry'
'Immune response during human hantavirus infection: immunopathogenesis and keys to treatments'
'The genetic diversity, geographic distribution and evolutionary history of loanviruses and mobatviruses'
'Unravelling and inhibiting the entry mechanisms of hantaviruses'
ICH 2019 will take place at the Irish College, downtown Leuven.