GVN's 7th Annual Meeting,
Beijing, China May 16th-19th, 2015

What you need to know about Ebola

Viruses Spread Rapidly in Crowded Places

Flu Victims from 1918

There were not enough hospital beds

Mosquitoes Carry Viruses

The Chikungunya Virus is spread from person to person by Mosquitoes





Training Our Future Medical Virologists

Working for a Better Tomorrow

Leading virologists around the world working together, committed to solving
the viral challenges facing the human population.

1
1

Building local capacity to fight epidemics

| Ebola, News | No Comments

Baltimore Sun Editorial 4-20-2015 – Military unit returns from running ebola labs in Liberia Back home from the Ebola hot zone. A group of nearly two dozen local soldiers safely…

GVN Statement on World Health Day 2015

| News, WHO | No Comments

As we mark World Health Day today and turn our focus to food safety, the Global Virus Network, a coalition of the world’s leading medical virologists working together to prevent…

Global Virus Network Adds University at Buffalo as Newest Center of Excellence

| Centers of Excellence, HIV, News | No Comments

The Global Virus Network (GVN), representing more than 25 countries and comprising foremost experts in every class of virus causing disease in humans, announced today the induction of the University…

GVN Scientist Publishes Ebola – Marburg Virus Connection

| Ebola, News | No Comments

Dr. Erica Ollmann Saphire’s Lab of The Scripps Research Institute recently published in Cell the discovery of an antibody that binds to both the  Marburg and Ebola virus. The ability…

Meet the Experts