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Abstract Deadline: December 15, 2018

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Abstract Submission Guidelines

We welcome submissions on all topics on statistical, mathematical and computational approaches to analyzing the dynamics and evolution of HIV and other viruses.

Abstracts are being accepted for the following topics:

  • Latency & Reservoirs
  • Origin & Evolution
  • Between Host Evolution & Epidemiology
  • Transmission Dynamics & Transmission Clusters
  • Treatment & PreP
  • Software & Methods
  • Within-host Dynamics & Modeling
  • Immunology & Vaccines
  • Other Viruses

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Abstract Format:

The header should contain the Title, Authors and Affiliations Type the title of the abstract in CAPITAL LETTERS. List all authors immediately following the title. Place an asterisk before the name of the presenter. List institutional affiliations following the list of authors. Leave 2 lines before starting the abstract text and leave a blank line between paragraphs. Abstracts should be single-spaced and left justified. Do not exceed 300 words. Please include the full correspondence (including FAX number) address for the presenting author.

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  • Poster Dimensions: width 1.06m / height 1.58m
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