Call for Sponsors & Exhibitors
Influenza 2012 encourages demonstration of general molecular and cellular biology supplies related to virology research, therapeutics, and vaccine developments, and invites commercial sponsorship. You are invited to choose from a variety of highly-competitive sponsorship packages listed below. If your needs are not covered by the offered packages please contact us in the first instance and we shall do our best to develop a package to suit your requirements.
- Gold: Includes a speaker slot AND an exhibition stand (max 2)
- Silver: Includes a speaker slot OR an exhibition stand (max 2)
- Keynote Speakers
- Podium Sessions
- Refreshment Breaks
- Drinks Reception
- Delegate Bags (max 2)
- Delegate Badges (max 2)
- Conference Proceedings (max 2)
To increase interaction with delegates, refreshments will be held in the main exhibition area. Spaces for exhibitions are limited and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. To get a location of choice, and to avail our special promotional offers we strongly recommend an early booking.
Exhibition package includes the following benefits:
- Admittance for TWO exhibitors (includes lunches and refreshments)
- Approximately 7 (w) x 4 (d) feet exhibition area (with 5 x 2 feet table top and two chairs)
- Invitation to submit a poster abstract
- On site parking for one car
- Free weblink to one preferred website and brief company description on the conference website and handbook
- Access to multiple use delegate email list
For a Booking Form and further information about packages and other promotional opportunities email on:
Terms & Conditions of Booking.
U.G. Liebert (Leipzig)
J.-C. Manuguerra (Paris)
Intervirology covers progress in both basic and clinical virus research, and aims to provide a forum of exchange among the various disciplines within virology. Issues publishing original papers alternate with thematic issues, focusing on one clearly defined topic of basic or medical virology. This thematic concentration serves to make timely reviews, research reports and controversy easily accessible to both specialists in the field and those who want to keep track of the latest developments outside their own area of interest. In addition to original papers, regular issues publish short communications and letters to the editor to provide readers with a forum for the exchange of ideas and comments. The scope encompasses work on the molecular biology of animal viruses, including genome organization and regulation, and the structure and function of viral proteins. The pathogenesis, immunology, diagnosis and prophylaxis of viral diseases are considered, with attention also given to virus-like agents such as prions and viroids.