Events

Agenda

Guest seminars at the IVI (Program)

Weekly HoPa-seminars (research priority focus on 'host-pathogen interactions') of the Department of Infectious Diseases and Pathobiology (DIP seminars).

Lectures of the "Bern Immunology Club" (BIC).

Calendar of events of the University of Bern

 

Meetings

Negative Strand RNA Virus Meeting (NSV2018)
June 17th - 24th 2018, Gran Guardia Palace, Verona (Italy) (Link)

Influenza 2018: Centenary of the 1918 Pandemic
June 24th - 26th 2018, Francis Crick Institute, London (UK) (Link)

37. Annual Meeting for the American Society for Virology (ASV)
July 14th - 18th 2018, University of Maryland in College Park, MD (USA) (Link)

2. International Symposium on "RNA virus persistence: mechanisms and consequences"
August 23rd - 25th 2018, Freiburg (Germany) (Link)

11. International Congress for Veterinary Virology - ESVV Epizone 2018
August 27th - 30th 2018, Vienna (Austria) (Link)

76. Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society for Microbiology (SSM/SGM)
August 28th - 30th 2018, Lausanne (Switzerland) (Link)

6. International Influenza Meeting
September 2nd - 4th 2018, Münster (Germany) (Link)

5. European Congress of Immunology
September 2nd - 5th 2018, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) (Link)

6. Annual Meeting of the International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS)
October 27th - 30th 2018, Boston (USA) (Link)

7. Annual Meeting of the International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS)
October 20th - 23th 2019, Vienna (Austria) (Link)

Symposia

Since many years, we organize a series of successful symposia on the topic of host-pathogen interactions.
2018: Feline Infectious Peritonitis – Light at the End of the Tunnel? (FIP Symposium 2018 (PDF, 245KB))
2015: “Virology and Immunology: Viral Contagious Animal Diseases and Zoonosis” (Flyer)
2011: "Persistence in Viral Infections" (Flyer)
2009: "Interferon and Infections" (4. International IFN workshop) (Flyer)
2007: "The Role of Innate Immunity" (Flyer)
2004: "Host-Pathogen Interaction Shaped by Evolution".
2002: "Host-Pathogen Interactions at the Molecular Level".