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Learn about the ISEV2017 Satellite Sessions

Tuesday, February 21, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joseph Sapp
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ISEV2017 provides an opportunity during our evening Satellite Events i) to meet the national societies and international networks focused on extracellular vesicle research and ii) to meet the ISAC-ISEV-ISTH working group. These satellite events show inspiring examples of efficient national and international interactions, enabling joint activities and synergism of work on extracellular vesicles.

Society leaders/representatives will be asked to provide a brief introductory presentation, a description of their society and an electronic banner for promotion via the ISEV website and social media.

17 May 2017 at 6:30-8:30pm

"Emerging Trends in HIV, NeuroAIDS, Drug Abuse & EVs" - Chairs: Drs. Shilpa Buch and Fatah Kashanchi

Click HERE to see the full Education Day and HIV Session Program!

18 May 2017 at 6:30pm-8:00pm

Meet the National Societies and International Networks

This event will provide an opportunity for scientific networks and consortia focusing on extracellular vesicles to introduce themselves to the ISEV community.

Featured Societies

Australasia Extracellular Vesicles- Representative: Prof. Andrew Hill

GEIVEX- Representative: Prof.Juan Manuel-Falcon

H2020 COST Action Microvesicle & Exosomes in Health and Disease(ME-HaD) - Representative: Prof. Lorraine O'Driscoll

Korean Society for Extracellular Vesicles(KSEV) - Representative: Prof. Yong Song Gho

SOCRATES- Representative: Prof. Tan Kok Hian

UKEV Forum- Representative: Dr. Dave Carter

Dutch EV Society - Representative: Prof. Marca Wauben

French EV Society - Representative: Prof. Clotilde Thery

German EV Society - Representative: Prof. Bernd Giebel

Italian EV Society - Representative: Prof. Dolores Di Vizio

19 May 2017 at 6:30pm-8:00pm

Meet the ISEV-ISAC-ISTH EV-flow cytometry Workshop

This satellite event will provide insight into the scientific interaction of three big international societies, and will also provide an opportunity for young researchers to present the first results of this collaboration.