“Challenging Chikungunya” is one of a series of articles posted by Antiviral Research and based on a symposium, “Chikungunya discovers the New World,” co-sponsored by GVN and the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH).
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Communications contributed a whooping 42 entries.
Entries by Communications
Middle East Virus (MERS) Travels to Far East On June 14, The World Health Organization (WHO) described the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) outbreak in South Korea as “large and complex.” The WHO, joined by South Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare, called for strengthening of contact tracing, monitoring and quarantine as well as […]
Global Virus Network conference of virologists for the Scandinavia-Baltic-Ukraine region 8th-10th of June, 2015 Djurönäset, Sweden GVN convenes regional conference in Stockholm, Sweden. 10 countries joining in. –Meeting Agenda– [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Monday, June 8th 12.45 – 14.00 Lunch Session 1 14.00-16.00 (Chair Anders Vahlne) 14.00 – 14.15 Welcome words. Andres Merits (Estonia), Anders Vahlne (Sweden) 14.15 […]
Global Virus Network Meeting Strengthens Ties Among Top Virus Researchers GVN’s programs facilitate international collaborations to address growing viral threats Beijing, China, May 19, 2015: The Global Virus Network (GVN), a coalition of the world’s leading medical virology research centers working together to prevent illness and death from viral disease, held its 7th meeting in […]
Top Virologists of the Global Virus Network (GVN) Meet in China to Address Threats The Addition of Two GVN Centers of Excellence Strengthen GVN’s Worldwide Reach Baltimore, Maryland, USA, May 11, 2015: The Global Virus Network (GVN), a coalition of the world’s leading medical virology research centers working together to prevent illness and death from […]
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 of an antibody to bind to both of these deadly viruses is a major step forward in the potential treatment of them. Article
The 2014/15 outbreak of Ebola virus disease is the largest ever reported of this deadly, highly infectious, hemorrhagic disease since its initial discovery in humans in 1976. The current outbreak was first recognized in March, 2014 in Guinea and has since crossed international boundaries into Sierra Leone and Liberia where case numbers have now surpassed […]
June 18, 2014 The view from Estonia by GVN’s President. Here in the homeland of Skype, Mobile ID, online voting and X-Road data exchanges, it did not take long for more than a hundred local and foreign virologists to merge seamlessly into the first GVN Scandinavian-Baltic Conference. The June 10-13 conference included scientists and physicians from […]
Recently, GVN was hosted in Washington to tell its story to a high-powered group of diplomats, business leaders, media and public policy gurus, all with the view of discussing the importance of the Global Virus Network within the context of national security. We were hosted by one of GVN’s newest Board Members, Franco Nuschese, who […]
June 3, 2013 With the 5th semi-annual meeting of the Global Virus Network just behind us, I take this opportunity to offer some reflections and perspectives. My first reflection is to look back on the beautiful host city of Munich, a bustling modern city that has managed to maintain its particular historic charm and warmth. […]