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5th International Conference on Polyomaviruses and Human Diseases: Basic and Clinical Perspectives

5th International Conference on Polyomaviruses and Human Diseases: Basic and Clinical Perspectives May 9-11, 2013 Grand Hotel Bristol, Stresa, Italy 1 Conference Announcement The polyomaviruses are small
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5th International Conference on Polyomaviruses and Human Diseases: Basic and Clinical Perspectives May 9-11, 2013 Grand Hotel Bristol, Stresa, Italy 1 Conference Announcement The polyomaviruses are small DNA viruses that can establish latency in the human host. The name polyomavirus is derived from the Greek roots poly-, which means many, and -oma, which means tumours. These viruses were originally isolated in mouse (mpyv) and in monkey (SV40). In 1971, the first human polyomaviruses BK and JC were isolated and subsequently demonstrated to be ubiquitous in the human population. From 2007 and 2012, at least eight other members of the Polyomaviridae family have been identified: KI polyomavirus (KIV), WU polyomavirus (WUV), Merkel cell polyomavirus (MCPyV), Human Polyomavirus 6 and 7 (HPyV6, HPyV7), the Trichodysplasia Spinulosa-associated Virus (TSPyV), the Human Polyomavirus 9 (HPyV9), and finally, the MW polyomavirus (MWPyV). While some of them are playing an etiological role in known disorders and malignancies in immunosuppressed patients, no specific human diseases have been associated to the infections of the others. The recent identification of many components of the Polyomaviridae family that are able to infect humans represents a strong incentive for the scientific community to improve and increase the research on the potentialities of these viruses. Moreover, the ubiquity and persistent nature of polyomaviruses make them very challenging in order to define the mechanisms of their pathogenicity. This international conference, that after ten years from the first edition comes back to Italy, on the amazing scenery of the Lake Maggiore, will provide a unique forum for reporting the most recent discoveries and advances related to both basic scientists and clinicians. The two and a half day conference will cover both the major and the newly discovered human polyomaviruses with presentations focused on molecular biology, pathogenesis, genetics and epigenetics, diagnosis and treatment. Scientific Commette Pasquale Ferrante, Milan, (Italy) Kamel Khalili, Philadelphia, (USA) Scientific Secretariat Serena Delbue, Milan, (Italy) Organizing Secretariat Bquadro congressi srl Via San Giovanni in Borgo, PAVIA, tel fax Giulia Ferrante, Copenaghen, (Denmark) 2 Speakers Walter ATWOOD, Brown University, Providence, (USA) Joseph BERGER, University of Kentucky, Lexington, (USA) Renzo BOLDORINI, University of East Piedmont, Novara, (Italy) Cristopher BUCK, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, (USA) Janet BUTEL, Baylor College, Houston, (USA) Michele CARBONE, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, (USA) Manola COMAR, University of Trieste, Trieste, (Italy) Tina DALIANIS, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, (Sweden) Serena DELBUE, University of Milan, Milan, (Italy) Bernard EHLERS, Robert Koch Institute, Berlin (Germany) Mariet FELTKAMP, Leiden University, Leiden, (Belgium) Pasquale FERRANTE, University of Milan, Milan, (Italy) Jennifer GORDON, Temple University, Philadelphia (USA) Michael IMPERIALE, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (USA) Edward JOHNSON, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk (USA) Kamel KHALILI, Temple University, Philadelphia,(USA) Igor KORALNIK, Beth Israel Medical Center, Boston (USA) Ugo MOENS, University of Tromso, Tromso (Norway) Joseph PAGANO, University of North Carolina and Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill (USA) Valeria PIETROPAOLO, University La Sapienza, Roma (Italy) Maurizio PROVENZANO, University Hospital, Zurich (Switzerland) Parmjeet RANDHAWA, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg (USA) Dana ROLLISON, Moffit Insitute, Tampa (USA) Mahmut SAFAK, Temple University, Philadelphia (USA) 3 Hirofumi SAWA, Hokkaido University, Sapporo (Japan) Gianluca VAGO, University of Milan, Milan (Italy) David WANG, Washington University, St. Louis (USA) 4 Scientific Program THURSDAY, MAY 9, Registration 9.00 Introduction: welcome from the scientific committee 9:15-10:45 Session 1: Overview: the old polyomaviruses 10:45-11:00 Coffee Break 11:00-12:30 Session 2: Overview: the new polyomaviruses 12:30-14:30 Lunch time 14:30-16:00 Sessions 3A: Diseases associated with polyomaviruses 16:00-16:30 Coffee Break 16:30-17:30 Sessions 3B: Diseases associated with polyomaviruses p.m. Poster session refreshments served FRIDAY, MAY 10, :30-11:00 Session 4: Genetics and epigenetics involved in virus reactivation 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break 11:30-13:15 Session 5: Immunomodulators of polyomaviruses 13:15-15:00 Lunch time 15:00 17:00 Sessions 6: Epidemiology 8.00 p.m. Gala Dinner SATURDAY, MAY 11, :00-9:45 Special talk: The pathogenesis of human viruses, lessons from EBV 9:45-10:45 Session 7A: Biomarkers and therapeutics: Current and future strategies 10:45-11:15 Coffee Break 11:45-12:45 Session 7B: Biomarkers and therapeutics: Current and future strategies General Discussion and concluding remarks 5

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