Events

July, 2017 to August, 2017

Vector-Borne Viruses Symposium

July 31, 2017 to August 1, 2017
Rocky Mountain Laboratories, 903 South Fourth Street, Hamilton, Montana

The 2017 Vector-borne Viruses Symposium will bring together leading researchers in the areas of arbovirus pathogenesis, vaccine development, surveillance and control, and highlight the status and research needs for high-profile emerging arboviruses including Zika virus. Organized by the Division of Intramural Research, NIAID, NIH, this meeting provides an opportunity to present cutting-edge research on the detection, prevention, and control of vector-borne viruses.


September, 2017

Zika Therapeutics Workshop

September 6, 2017 to September 7, 2017
5635 Fishers Lane, Basement Room 508, Rockville, MD 20852

NIAID staff contact:
Questions about the workshop can be sent to Liane Agulto, NIAID.


NIH Multi-Institute Small Business Workshop 2017

September 7, 2017 to September 8, 2017
New Orleans Downtown Marriott, New Orleans, LA

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) is hosting a Multi-Institute Small Business Workshop for SBIR/STTR stakeholders in and around Louisiana. Biotechnology entrepreneurs from Socially or Economically disadvantaged backgrounds, new faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and all other innovators who are interested in starting new biomedical enterprises are encouraged to attend.


Consultation on Clinical Trials for Vector Interventions

September 21, 2017
5601 Fishers Lane, Room 5H200 AB, Rockville, Maryland

NIAID staff contact:
Questions about the workshop can be sent to Adriana Costero.


October, 2017

Bridging the Career Gap: Promoting Diversity in Biomedical Research

October 11, 2017 to October 12, 2017

The purpose of the workshop is to allow for the exchange of science; to impart information on applying for research project grants; to acquaint attendees with the opportunities and options open to them in the field of biomedical research; and to provide an opportunity to meet with intramural and extramural staff members for the purpose of establishing mentors. It also highlights the Institute's recognition that these young researchers are seen as future NIH/NIAID grantees.