PASCV Fall Meeting: Changing Landscape of Arboviruses in North America (CANCELLED)
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When: Friday, September 25, 2020
Where: Westin Chicago Northwest
400 Park Blvd
Itasca, Illinois  60143
United States
Contact: Jess Warner
412-983-1158

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The 2020 Fall Meeting has been cancelled.

 

After significant consideration and debate, the 2020 Fall Meeting has been cancelled. PASCV does not take this unprecedented decision lightly, but our primary concern must be focused on the safety and well-being of our members and attendees. We're confident that the 2021 Fall Meeting will return stronger and again bring together our vibrant community. Stay tuned for information on the 2021 Fall Meeting. Should you have any questions, please contact Jess Warner at jess@pascv.org. 

 

Registration fees will be refunded without penalty within the next 30 days. All refunds will be issued by the method paid.

 

 

 

Registration Rates

PASCV members must log in with their PASCV account information. Non-members may select "Continue as Guest".


Registration Category Early Bird Rates
until September 11

Regular Rates

after September 11

Member $100 $150
Non-Member $200 $250
Student $50 $100

 

Non-Member Student Registration

Non-member students wishing to register should contact Jess Warner (jess@pascv.org) with a letter from their program director confirming their status as a student, trainee or fellow. PASCV reserves the right to adjust the amount of the registration fee if an attendee is unable to provide proof of student, trainee, or fellow status.

 

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be in writing and sent via email to Jess Warner (jess@pascv.org). On or prior to September 11, a refund (minus a $25 processing fee) will be given if written notice of cancellation is received. After September 11, no refunds will be processed.

 

Meeting Description

During this meeting, experts in the field of arbovirology will discuss topics related to the ecology, emergence, surveillance, and transmission of arboviruses, as well as methods for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of the diseases that they cause. Highlights of this interactive meeting will include discussions of novel and known arboviruses, alongside commentary on their public health significance, arthropod vectors, and the roles of contemporary methods, including next-generation sequencing for arbovirus discovery and diagnostics. View the Preliminary Program. 


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