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4 REASONS TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT:

01.

Find your article published in the Journal of Virus Eradication, referenced on PubMed. All the accepted abstract will be published (in the Journal) following the Congress.

02.

Present your oral communication right after the key opinions leaders, at the end of the plenary sessions and before attendees coming from all around the world.

03.

Be nominated for the best oral presentation or the best poster awards. The award ceremony will be on Friday, May 18, at 16.00.

04.

Be among the best abstract submitters and receive a scholarship for your transportation and accommodation.

The abstract submission is closed.

You can follow your status notification on your submitter space.
4 REASONS TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT:

01.

Find your article published in the Journal of Virus Eradication, referenced on PubMed. All the accepted abstract will be published (in the Journal) following the Congress.

02.

Present your oral communication right after the key opinions leaders, at the end of the plenary sessions and before attendees coming from all around the world.

03.

Be nominated for the best oral presentation or the best poster awards. The award ceremony will be on Friday, May 18, at 16.00.

04.

Be among the best abstract submitters and receive a scholarship for your transportation and accommodation.

KEY DATES

February 26 , 2018: Deadline to submit abstracts

End of March 2018: Notification of the abstract status

ABSTRACT TOPICS

Basic science
Epidemiology
Virology
Diagnostics
Social sciences in HIV infection
Retention in care
Cost effectiveness
Maternal and fetal HIV
Pediatrics and adolescents

Immunopathogenesis
HIV reservoirs, latency, currative strategies
Clinical pharmacology
Innovative therapeutic strategies
HIV drug resistance

Malignancies
Opportunistic infections
Kidney and liver
Age related comorbidities

Clinical aspects of HIV infection
Antiretroviral therapy

Preclinical and clinical studies
Demonstrating models of care

Influenza
Chikungunya
Zika virus
Dengue
Coronaviruses
Bioterrorism
Others

Communicant discutant de son abstract scientifique avec ses collègues

ABSTRACT TOPICS

Basic science
Epidemiology
Virology
Diagnostics
Social sciences in HIV infection
Retention in care
Cost effectiveness
Maternal and fetal HIV
Pediatrics and adolescents

Immunopathogenesis
HIV reservoirs, latency, currative strategies
Clinical pharmacology
Innovative therapeutic strategies
HIV drug resistance

Malignancies
Opportunistic infections
Kidney and liver
Age-related comorbidities

Clinical aspects of HIV infection
Antiretroviral therapy

Preclinical and clinical studies
Demonstrating models of care

Influenza
Chikungunya
Zika virus
Lyme disease
Dengue
Coronaviruses
Bioterrorism
Others

CONTACT

Should you have any questions, please contact: isheid@overcome.fr

CONTACT

Should you have any questions, please contact: isheid@overcome.fr