Global Alliance for Research on Avian Diseases (GARAD) Conference
(June 29th -1st July 2015) at Kings College (Strand Campus) London. (http://www.theeventsportal.com/garad/2/Home).
The main focus of the GARAD conference is to establish global partnerships and links between academic researchers and the poultry industry to improve joined up work in regards to preventing, controlling and combating avian diseases. The meeting will provide a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas around the single theme of exploiting available opportunities to deal with emerging and existing infectious avian diseases in poultry production systems and to safeguard food supplies and human health.
In the conference, it is planned to address basic, applied and commercial aspects of research on avian diseases. Therefore, we cordially invite all stakeholders including senior scientists and young researchers from academia, industry and government organisations involved in protecting and improving poultry health, welfare and production.
The meeting will consider abstracts for both oral and poster presentations on topics that improve our knowledge-base, tools and strategies for prevention and control of avian diseases:
• Evolution and Epidemiology of Avian Pathogens
• Host-Pathogen Interactions – Virulence and Pathogenicity
• Pathogen Mechanisms of Immune Evasion
• Next Generation Disease Control Strategies
• Zoonoses and Socio-economic impacts of avian diseases
• Global Research Opportunities and Threats
GARAD-2015 will be hosted at Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre:
Refreshments, Poster and Sponsor Booths at Great Hall:
The Early Bird registration fee dead line is approaching very fast (25th March 2015), it is kindly solicited that register yourself using conference website http://www.theeventsportal.com/garad/2/Home to attend the GARAD conference.
Also availability of slots for oral and poster presentation are limited, please submit your abstract as soon as possible to secure your presentation slot. Please visit conference website for abstract submission: http://www.theeventsportal.com/garad/2/Home