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VIZIER / SPINE2 Workshop on Structural Virology

Paul Tucker-2
Dear Virologist,

Registrations are now being accepted for the

*VIZIER / SPINE2 Workshop on “Structural Virology*

taking place from 14th - 16th July  2008, in Vienna, Austria


This workshop will cover recent advances in our understanding of viral 
entry, assembly, replication and pathogenesis principally, but not 
exclusively, based upon information derived from structural studies. The 
planned sessions are on viral assembly, double-stranded RNA viruses, the 
flavivirus replication machinery, the coronavirus replication machinery, 
virus/host interactions including aspects of viral entry, negative 
strand RNA viruses and viruses of prokaryotes and archea.

In addition to the invited speakers, oral presentations will be selected 
from the submitted abstracts. The sessions are not exclusive and any 
topic relevant to the structural biology of viruses will be considered 
for a poster or oral presentation. For this reason early registration 
and abstract submission is strongly encouraged.

The workshop is part of the training and dissemination activities of the 
Vizier and Spine2Complexes projects. The Department of Biomolecular 
Structural Chemistry, Max F. Perutz Labs at University of Vienna is a 
Training and Dissemination Centre for the EU 6th Framework VIZIER 
project (http://www.vizier-europe.org <http://www.vizier-europe.org/>).

*
INVITED SPEAKERS INCLUDE*:
*
Virus assembly*:
Alasdair Steven (NIAMS)

*Double-stranded RNA viruses*:
Jon Grimes (Oxford), B.V.V. Prasad (Baylor College of Medicine)

*Flavivirus replication machinery*:
Martino Bolognesi (Milano), Bruno Canard (Marseilles), Hongmin Li (NY 
State Dept. of Health)

*Coronavirus replication machinery*:
Rolf Hilgenfeld (Lubeck)

*Viral entry/Virus host interactions*:
Felix Rey (Institute Pasteur), Katsumi Maenaka (Fukuoka), Winfried 
Weissenhorn (Grenoble)

*Negative strand RNA viruses*:
Rob Ruigrok (IVMS Grenoble), Stephen Graham (Oxford), Zihe Rao (Tsinghua)

*Viruses infecting bacteria and archea*:
Herman van Tilbeurgh (Orsay), Denis Bamford (Helsinki)


The number of participants is limited to 100, the applicants will be 
accepted on a first-come first-served basis.

More information on this Workshop (all details, description, 
registration) are available at:

******Deadline for abstract submission and registration is 15th June 2008.

We strongly encourage you to register soon, even if you do not have all
registration details in hand, and BOOK a hotel ASAP! Vienna is a busy 
city in summer.

You can complete/confirm your registration afterwards, until the 
registration deadline June 15th, 2008, using the link that will be sent to you via 
e-mail.

Please feel free to forward this email to anyone you think might be interested.


Paul Tucker





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