About Host-pathogen interactions: from bench to bedside meeting 2016
The Alliance for Research on Infectious Diseases Nantes/Angers (ARMINA) consortium in association with the Department of Infectious Diseases (Université de Nantes) is pleased to invite you to theHost-pathogen interactions: from bench to bedside meeting 2016 which will be held from 02-03 June 2016 at the Atlantes Conference Center in Les Sables d'Olonne, France.
This meeting aims to bring together over 150 international scientists, health care professionals and public health officials to discuss Emerging Infectious Diseases, Evolution and Adaptation of Infectious Agents, Therapeutic strategies, and Innate Immunity. Presentations and discussions will enable participants to consider strengthen interactions between people and develop an integrated vision of infectious diseases.
The Alliance for Research on Infectious Diseases Nantes/Angers (ARMINA) is an independent consortium of scientists and health care professionals which federates all the regional actors working in the field of Infectious Diseases. Working with the Department of Infectious Diseases (Université de Nantes), it organizes regional translational research in the field of Infectious Diseases, with a particular interest in host-pathogen interactions. ARMINA leverages the expertise of teams already working on these issues, by encouraging closer relations and collaborations between researchers who work locally on infectious diseases, and increases the scientific productivity of basic and translational research in Infectious Diseases in the Pays de la Loire region. To learn more about our department please visit our website: http://dept-maladies-infectieuses.fr
The ARMINA project is supported by Region Pays de la Loire, France.
No Registration fees required but Registration is mandatory and includes your participation to the Thursday june 2nd Gala dinner.
Registration deadline: Sunday, 15 May 2016.
REGISTRATION DOES NOT INCLUDE THURSDAY and FRIDAY LUNCHES