Miami Winter Symposium 2019
Evolving Concepts in HIV and Emerging Viral Infections

January 27-30, 2019 | Hyatt Regency Miami, FL, USA

The Miami Winter Symposium 2018 is dedicated to HIV and emerging Viral infections.

  • An international line-up of 25 renowned speakers – selected to provide delegates with a unique opportunity to meet with and hear from representatives from the leading research centres on the all aspects of stem cell research.
  • Keynote lectures by the ‘stars’ of stem cell research including: Marina Cavazzana, France; Michael Clarke, USA; John Dick, Canada; Rudolf Jänisch, USA; John Gurdon, UK; Irv Weissman, USA.
  • Focussed sessions on hot topics in stem cell research: Stem cell reprogramming and differentiation, hematopoietic stem cells, stem cells in cancer, stem cells in vision, stem cell engineering and stem cells as therapeutical resource, including clinical trials. Download the program here
  • The latest international research: 12 contributed ‘spotlight’ talks and poster sessions feature the latest research findings from around the world.
  • The MWS Career Fair: Meet with the next generation of scientists in organized interviews.
  • Networking opportunities with key research teams from around the world: at the opening drinks reception, conference dinner and during the poster sessions.

As with previous events in the series generous Travel Awards are available for younger scientists from developing countries and Fee Waivers for University of Miami faculty, students and staff.

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  • Ethel Cesarman, USA
  • Myron Cohen, USA
  • Shane Crotty, USA
  • Ronald Desrosiers, USA
  • Matthias Gotte, Canada
  • Sharon Lewin, Australia
  • John Mellors, USA
  • Susan Moir, USA
  • Javier Picado, IrsiCaixa, Spain
  • Adrian Ray, Gilead Sciences, Inc, USA
  • Paolo Rossi, Italy
  • Serena Spudich, USA
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