[Applications Closed] 14th HKU-Pasteur Virology Course

Application Form / Tips for Application / Programme


Dear colleagues, we are now selecting the applications for the next HKU-Pasteur Virology Course:


Viral, Host and Environmental Determinants of Influenza Virus Transmission and Pathogenesis


taking place in Hong Kong from 6 to 14 July 2017.


Thanks to all applicants. You will be notified of selection results soon.


The 14th edition of our international course will focus on understanding the factors that contribute to the transmissibility and pathogenecity of human/avian influenza viruses, including clinical features, ecology, evolution, molecular cell biology and epidemiology.

Faculty:


Roberto BRUZZONE / HKU – Pasteur Research Pole


Simon CAUCHEMEZ / Institut Pasteur, Paris, France


David Shu-Cheong HUI / The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Sander HERFST / Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands


Thijs KUIKEN / Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands


Tommy LAM / School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong


Mart LAMERS / Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands


Andrew MEHLE / University of Wisconsin, USA


Chris Ka Pun MOK / HKU – Pasteur Research Pole


Sumana SANYAL / HKU – Pasteur Research Pole


Malik PEIRIS / HKU – Pasteur Research Pole


Noёl TORDO / Institut Pasteur de Guinée, Guinea


Arend te VELTHUIS / Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford University, UK


Marco VIGNUZZI / Institut Pasteur, Paris


Hui-Ling YEN / School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong


How to apply?


  • Please return completed application form, including two letters of recommendation to hku-pasteur@hku.hk

  • Registration fees HKD1,500.- include accommodation (on sharing twin basis for overseas participants) and food (lunches, coffee breaks and one dinner).

  • The HKU-Pasteur Virology Course (MMPH6171) is included in the coursework curriculum for research postgraduate studies of the University of Hong Kong.

For more information, please contact the course secretariat at hku-pasteur@hku.hk


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