In collaboration with the Gorbacheva Memorial Institute of Children Oncology, Hematology and Transplantology from Pavlov Medical University, ESCV is organizing a Workshop on “Viral Infections in Transplant Recipients” in St. Petersburg, Russia, 25 - 26 May 2017. The aim of this workshop is to give a comprehensive overview of the viral infections posing a threat to some of the most vulnerable patients, transplant recipients, and to share the experience how to tackle these infections over the borders of the European countries.
There is no registration fee for ESCV members, and they can apply for a €500 grant for travel and accommodation in the beautiful city of St. Petersburg in the “White Nights” period. For further details, have a look at the Invitation, the Program and the Application Form. Visa support will be provided upon request. Completed applications and visa request forrms should be returned before 21 February 2017.
There will be no registration fee for the workshop and reasonable travel expenses will be paid up to a maximum of £500 (€500) per participant. Have a look at the announcement and program. If interested, fill in the application form before December 12 2016!
Impressions of previous ESCV Workshops, including presented lectures and clinical cases, can be found in the Members Area of this website under the workshop banner on top of the screen.
Observership Visit provides a unique insight into Public Health
Epidemiology and will allow the awardees to interact with experienced ECDC
staff, EUPHEM recruits and colleagues from around the world with an interest in
infection. Next year we will probably participate in 2017 Observerships. So
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objectives of the ECDC Observer visit can be found on the ECDC
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