Dear Friends, Valued Invitees to the ISEV Workshop "EV Imaging in vivo",
As you are no doubt aware, the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe and elsewhere has evolved rapidly in the past week and continues to change on a daily basis. By today, more than half of you have either had to cancel your travel or have expressed doubts about your ability to participate. Where government restrictions do not apply, institutions have often imposed major prohibitions.
As a result, the Workshop organizing committee and the ISEV board have consulted urgently in the past days and have decided to postpone the meeting until after the coronavirus situation has calmed. While a virtual meeting would be an attractive option for other types of conferences, the main purpose of the ISEV Workshops is to promote face-to-face discussions, and this would be difficult or impossible to achieve remotely.
Going forward, we will plan to maintain the currently established program, simply to transfer it to different dates that will be chosen as soon as possible and with your input.
We appreciate that some of you have made travel arrangements that may be difficult to change or be reimbursed for...please feel free to contact us if an official letter or other intervention might help you in this regard.
Thank you for your understanding and continuing support of EV science and the ISEV mission. Let's stand together in promoting health and resilience in this difficult time.
With regrets and best regards,
Your ISEV Workshop Organizing Committee:
Co-Chairs Guillaume van Niel, Frederik Verweij
ISEV Executive Chair, Science and Meetings Kenneth Witwer
Organizing Committee: Gisela D'angelo, Vincent Hyenne, Eva-Maria Krämer-Albers, Xavier Loyer
Workshop: EV imaging in vivo
19-20 March 2020
Institute of Psychiatry and Neurosciences of Paris
102 Rue de la Santé
Co-Chairs: Guillaume van Niel and Fred Verweij (IPNP, Paris, France)
Organizing Committee: Gisela D'Angelo (Institut Curie , France), Eva-Maria Kramer-Albers (Mainz, Germany) Frederik Verweij (IPNP, Paris, France), Vincent Hyenne (Université de Strasbourg, France), Xavier Loyer (PARCC, Paris, France), and Kenneth Witwer (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, US)
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The Workshop is divided into two parts:
1) Open morning sessions that feature talks by field leaders and selected applicants. If you would like to attend these free-of-charge talks, please sign up here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JP758J6
2) Invitation-only afternoon roundtables. Applicants were chosen in 2019 and no additional spots are available.