1st STVM Regional meeting and the 11th Biennial STVM Meeting

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Mon, 06/18/2012 - 14:15 - Sun, 09/23/2012 - 14:15

The 1st STVM Regional meeting and the 11th Biennial STVM Meeting, will be held in 2012!


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  •  1st Regional STVM Conference


The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kasetsart University, Thailand                          

in collaboration with

The Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine (STVM) are delighted to present:

 "A Change in Global Environment, Biodiversity, Diseases & Health"  

 June 18-21, 2012 - Centara Grand Beach Resort, Phuket,Thailand


This is a great opportunity for prominent scientists, researchers and academic personnel to deliberate on the frontier research and current issues related to the above theme while immensely enjoying the sea, sun and sand of the world's most famous tourist paradise, Phuket, and fabulous Thai culture and hospitality.

 Important Dates:

Abstract submission deadline:  29 February 2012

Abstract acceptance announcement:  7 April 2012

Registration:   Before 30 April 2012   450 €

                        After 30 April 2012       550 €

                       Students                       350 €


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  • 11th Biennial Meeting of  STVM 


Joint Conference on Emerging and Re-emerging Epidemics Affecting Global Health 2012

 September 19-22, 2012 - Orvieto, Italy


Together with our collaborating parties, PiroVac, CCHfever, Postick and the Italian Society for Virology (ISV) we would like to invite you to join a conference covering scientific topics on disease risks and challenges - both for animals and for humans - brought by viral, bacterial and parasitic pathogens. Separate sessions are planned to include topics such as control measures, co-infections and vector-borne diseases.

 The conference aims to promote discussion between scientists, practitioners and decision makers from various fields as well as to update researchers, academics, governmental and non-governmental organization representatives, technicians, veterinarians and other professionals from the industry sector interested in emerging and re-emerging epidemics affecting global health.  The website will be updated March 1, 2012!


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