SOUTHERN ENGLAND VIROLOGY NETWORK
WHAT IS THE SOUTHERN ENGLAND VIROLOGY NETWORK?
The Southern England Virology Network (SEVN) is a network of virologists based at research institutes and universities across Southern England. SEVN provides a forum for researches to present their latest findings, discuss techniques and technologies, and to form future collaborations.
SEVN holds three to four meetings each year at various participating centres in order to hear the latest research and discuss ideas for future work. Seminars frequently focus on the work performed by the numerous world-renowned virologists at these reseacrh centres, however particular emphasis is placed on offering the opportunity for early career scientists to present their work at these specialist meetings
Next meeting confirmed
The next meeting of SEVN will take place on Wednesday 19th September 2018 at The Pirbright Instititue. The seminar programme is below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend.
12:00 Buffet lunch and networking
13:00 Feeding behaviour of Culicoides biting midges in zoos in the UK – implications for disease transmission and control - Marion England
13:30 Functional resistance to neuraminidase inhibitors in avian influenza viruses - Dagmara Bialy
14:00 Courses, collections and collaborations
Ø The National Collection of Pathogenic Viruses (NCPV)
Ø The European Collection of Animal Cell Cultures (ECACC)
Ø Gnatwork - building capacity for research on neglected vectors
Ø Novel and Dangerous Pathogen Training
Ø The Biomedical Research facility at the University of Surrey
Ø Infravec2 – no cost vector research products
15:00 Evaluation of the immunogenicity of Nipah virus vaccine candidates in pigs - Becca McLean
15:30 WRLFMD: 60 years of global foot-and-mouth disease surveillance -Kasia Bankowska