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Objectives of Paris Anti-Avian Influenza 2007

After the great success of Paris Anti-Avian influenza 2006, the 2007 edition aims to bring again together the world specialists in the field in order to make a focus on avian influenza after the epidemic in 2006 and to discuss about the latest scientific advances, especially on new therapeutic targets for treatment and prevention (vaccines) in humans and animals, and the strategies to avoid a human pandemic by treating and preventing the epizootie.

Targeted audience

The Paris Anti-Avian Influenza 2007 targets researchers and academic professors, R&D departments, clinicians, pharmaceutical companies, food supplement companies, veterinary medicine companies, marketing departments, investors, start ups, government regulators and actors of the economic environment.

Important dates

Conference: Thursday May 31 – Friday June 1st, 2007
Abstract submission: April 30, 2007
Early registration fee payment: March 25, 2007

Thematic Areas

  • Economic impact
  • Epizootie
  • Chinese variant
  • Human to Human contamination
  • Global pandemic
  • Haemagglutinin mutations
  • Diagnostic assays
  • Vaccine development
  • New drugs
  • Animal influenza
  • Early detection
  • Pandemic preparation
  • Practical measures

Short oral communications for scientists

Based on the abstracts, oral presentations (6 min) will be selected by the scientific committee.

Short oral communications for companies and start-ups

Based on the abstracts, oral presentations (6 min) will be selected by the scientific committee.


The abstract should be a one-page document, character times 12-single spacing. The title (in bold) should be typed in capital letters authors initial, surname, institution, state. Underline the name of the presenting author. The text should clearly state objectives, methodology, results, and conclusion. Simple tables and graphs are allowed. Presentation of every communication at the Conference is subjected to formal registration of at least one co-author. All accepted abstracts will be printed in the Abstract Book distributed during the Conference.

Dead line for the abstracts submission: April 30 2007.
Abstracts can be sent as a word file to the following address: influenza2007@orange.fr

Posters will be selected by the scientific committee.
Poster format: 0.70 width x 1 m high.

Edition of an abstract book

Abstracts of the First International Conference on Avian Influenza in humans: Latest advances on prevention, therapies and protective measures (Paris Anti-Avian Influenza 2007) will be published in an abstract book.

Scientific contact

Kanaya Bldg 4F, 4-11-3, Hatchobori Chuo-ku 104-0032
Tokyo - Japan
Tel : 03 3552 5277
Fax : 03 3553 4320


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