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Symposium Overview

SUNDAY, JUNE 4

Translational Workshop

Translating NidoResearch Roundtable Discussions

Keynote presentation for Nido2017

Michael Diamond, USA
Control of emerging virus outbreaks:
Lessons from nidos and flavis

Welcome Gala

 

MONDAY, JUNE 5

Gymnastics of Viral Entry

Andrew Ward, USA
Structure guided entry of viruses

Berend Jan Bosch, Netherlands
New insights on coronavirus entry

“Woman in Science” investigator awardee: TBD

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

Young Scientists Career Roundtable


From ‘Omics’ to Function

Ralph Baric, USA
Applying Systems Biology to Viral Pathogenesis

Andrew Firth, UK
Comparative genomics and RNA virus gene expression

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

Evening Poster Session - 1

 

 

TUESDAY, JUNE 6

How Viruses Take Over

Eric Snijder, Netherlands
Hosting the arterivirus replication machinery

Ying Fang, USA
Novel pathways for nidovirus transmission

Deyin Guo, P. R. China
Nidovirus RNA cap formation and methylation

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

 

Emerging & Evolving Viruses

Christian Drosten, Germany
Genetic and functional evolution in emerging coronavirus

Mark Denison, USA
Coronavirus exonuclease & evolution

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

 

Afternoon outdoor activities, scenic views 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7

How the Host Responds to Viruses

Susan Baker, USA
Viral antagonists of innate responses

Susan Weiss, USA
Coronavirus encoded phosphodiesterases antagonize host interferon response

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

 

Insights into Viral Pathogenesis

Ann Palmenberg, USA
Rhinoviruses and asthma

Luis Enjuanes, Spain
Human coronavirus pathogenesis and protection

Volker Thiel, Switzerland
Coronavirus replication & pathogenesis

Vincent Munster, USA
Pathogenesis of emerging coronavirus

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

Evening Poster Session - 2

 

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 8

Host Genomics and Animal Model Systems

Linda Saif, USA
Animal model systems for study viral pathogenesis

Raymond Rowland, USA
CRISPR/Cas9, Pigs and PRRSV

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

 

Vincent Racaniello, USA
This Week in Virology (TWIV): Communicating science to the public

Counter Measures to Disease

Peter Sarnow, USA
Using microRNAs to stop virus replication

Stanley Perlman, USA
Coronavirus infection and disease control

Hans Nauwynck, Belgium
Challenges of controlling PRRSV

Young investigator awardee: TBD

Short talks chosen from Abstracts

Gala Dinner

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 9

Departure