Wissenschaft und Öffentlichkeit
Free & public ANTIFLU outreach meeting on 17th November 2015 in Berlin
The ANTIFLU consortium will present with several key-notes its approach and strategies for generating new effective host directed anti-influenza drugs.
History and goals of ANTIFLU; Thomas F. Meyer, MPI-IB Berlin
Influenza biology; Wendy Barclay, Imperial College London
RNAi approach and delivery; Jørgen Kjems, U Arhus
Kinase inhibitor approach; Gyorgy Keri, Vichem Budapest
Berlin Integrated Screening C.; Jens von Kries, FMP Berlin
3D structure and modelling; Oded Livnah, Hebrew U Jerusalem
Non-kinase targets; Klaus Dinkel, LDC Dortmund
This meeting will consist in a public workshop which will be held in the frame of the Max-Planck Focus Symposium "Host-directed therapy - new ways to curing infection" (16-17 November). More information about the ANTIFLU public workshop and the detailed programme of the Symposium is available at http://meeting2015.stiftung-focus-biomed.de/content/program.
Date: Tuesday, 17th November 2015
Time: 14:00 – 17:00
Venue: The Harnack House in Berlin
Access to the meeting is free but prior registration is required at http://meeting2015.stiftung-focus-biomed.de/content/registration