Events

Agenda

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

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

Calendar of events of the University of Bern

Science@Lunch at the Vetsuisse Faculty of the University of Bern

 

Meetings

International Virus Bioinformatics Meeting 2020
October 8th - 9th 2020, ONLINE (Link)

8. Annual Meeting of the International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS)
November 1st - 4th 2020, Seattle (USA) (Link)
Based on the current SARS-CoV-2 situation, organized as virtual meeting !

15. International Nidovirus Symposium
June 6th - 10th 2021, Egmond aan Zee (Netherlands) (Link)

40. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Virology (ASV)
July 19th - 23rd 2021, virtual meeting (instead of McGill University Montréal (Quebec, Canada) (Link)

Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society for Microbiology (SSM)
October 7th - 8th 2021, Basel (Link)

9. Annual Meeting of the International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS)
October 17th - 20th 2021, Cardiff, (Wales, UK) (Link)

9. International Conference on Emerging Zoonoses
December 5th - 8th 2021, Cali (Colombia) (Link)

8. European Congress of Virology (ECV 2022)
May 8th - 11th 2022, Gdańsk (Poland) (Link)

10.Annual Meeting of the International Cytokine and Interferon Society (ICIS)
September 20th - 23rd 2022, Hilton Waikoloa Village, Big Island (Hawaii, USA) (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".