The primary goals of the 14th International Symposium on NeuroVirology will be to examine the mechanisms that underlie virus-induced neurologic disease in humans and animal models; to enhance our understanding of common pathogenic themes; and to provide a venue for discussing investigations of the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases that arise subsequent to viral infection. The 2016 Conference on HIV in the Central Nervous System, which has been held in conjunction with each Symposium for the last 14 years, offers a major forum for the discussion of basic, translational, and clinical research on HIV in the nervous system.
on the following links to view the daily schedules for the
14th International Symposium on NeuroVirology and
the 2016 Conference on HIV in the Central Nervous
meeting agenda can also be downloaded
for printing and offline viewing.
This year, the 14th Symposium will be held in conjunction with the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) conference titled HIV Endgame: Closing Gaps in the Care Cascade, which will be held on October 24-26 at the same location. The two meetings will overlap on Wednesday, October 26th, providing a full day of presentations and moderated discussions focused on issues important to researchers and clinicians working toward understanding, treating, and preventing HIV-associated disease. For more information about the HIV Endgame agenda on Monday and Tuesday, visit the HIV Endgame pages on the OHTN website.
Symposium and Conference will be preceded on Tuesday,
October 25th, by an independent event, titled "Optimizing
Animal Models for Evolving HAND Phenotypes and CNS
Reservoir Research." The event is sponsored by the
National Institute of Mental Health at the National
Institutes of Health. Click here
to view a full schedule for this event.
Requests for additional information may be directed to the ISNV Administrative Office.