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Fifth International Cong on Impact Viral Diseases...

K434BUC at SEMOVM.SEMO.EDU K434BUC at SEMOVM.SEMO.EDU
Sun Oct 23 18:25:28 EST 1994


In article <MAILQUEUE-101.941017162710.480 at molbiol.uct.ac.za> ED at molbiol.uct.ac.za ("RYBICKI, ED") writes:
>                Consider this a notice of the:
>
>Vth International Congress on the Impact of Viral Diseases in the
>                        Developing World
>
>                               in
>
>               Johaneesburg / Midrand, South Africa
>
>                        July 9-14, 1995
>
>This is being held under the auspices of the International
>Comparative Virology Organisation; Congress Presidents -
>
>Prof dr Edouard Kurstak
>Congress International Office
>Dept Microbiology and Immunology
>Faculty of Medicine
>University of Montreal
>PO Box 6128
>Station Centre-Ville
>Montreal, Canada
>H3C 3J7
>fax: x1-514-343-5701
>
>and Prof Barry Schoub
>National Institute for Virology
>University of the Witwatersrand
>Johannesburg
>South Africa
>
>
>The Congress will cover medical, animal, plant and insect virology,
>with an emphasis on surveillance, control and prevention measures,
>and epidemiology, of viral diseases affecting the developing world.
>
>Write to the Congress International Office for the Second
>Announcement.
>
>Registration costs will be:
>
>- Developing countries: US$150
>- Industrial countries: US$350
>- Corporate representative: US$500
>
>Accommodation is at the site of the Congress, and costs:
>- Economy room: US$40
>- Standard room: US$45
>- De luxe room: US$60
>- De luxe double room (per person): US$40.
>Many recreational facilities are available, and the complex is
>within easy reach of airports and both Johannesburg and Pretoria.
>
>Abstracts of 200 words are due by March 31st 1995; abstract forms
>are available on request to organisers or with the 2nd announcement.
> Title of suggested communication should be faxed to the
>International Office on receipt of this message.
>
>CALLING ALL PLANT VIROLOGISTS:  WE NEED YOU THERE!!!  THIS WILL BE
>THE FIRST EVER INTERNATIONAL MEETING FOR PLANT VIROLOGISTS IN
>SOUTHERN AFRICA!!!!
>
>Ed Rybicki
>National Subcommittee, Plant Virology
>.
>.
>RE: Fifth Intl Cong on the Impact of Viral Diseases...(Tim Volkert
>K434BUC at SEMOVM.SEMO.ED>  I was very impressed to have finally been
>introduced to an experimental virology situation which is designed
>to concentrate on surveillance, control, and prevention measures, and
>to utilize these findings in order to further our understanding of
>viral diseases.  Viral diseases are presently causing a medical crisis
>throughout the world.  This crisis must come under control within a
>limited amount of time.  I intend to submit my abstract ASAP, and I
>will anxiously await finding out if I am selected to become part of
>this work which is so meaningful, and necessary in order for civili-
>zation to continue to biologically survive.
>TIM VOLKERT (K434BUC at SEMOVM.SEMO.ED)




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