The HBV Cure Workshop is a scientific platform that acts as a catalyst to accelerate the progress for achieving a cure. This meeting will bring together the world’s leading basic, translational and clinical experts to share and discuss the latest research outcomes and challenges.
ICE-HBV members Stephen Locarnini and Harry Janssen are chairing the workshop, and many more will be speaking about their research towards an HBV cure! Find the programme here.
ICE-HBV is growing and developing new organisational policies: you can find the confidentiality policy and industry engagement policy under Publications.
Governance structure and systems are being revised too, in consultation with our stakeholders.
ICE-HBV members T. Jake Liang and Anna Kramvis hosted the 2017 International HBV Meeting in on September 3-7 in Washington D.C., USA.
ICE-HBV Annual Scientific assembly was he held there on September 7.
Dr. Francis Chisari will receive the inaugural Distinguished Award in Hepatitis B Research.
Find out more: http://www.hbvmeeting.org/
Capucine Penicaud is presenting ICE-HBV at the Australasian Viral Hepatitis Elimination Conference on August 10 in Cairns, Australia.
Find her presentation in the online programme.
Stephen Locarnini is presenting ICE-HBV on August 8 at the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Viral Hepatitis in Anchorage, Canada.
2-2:45pm – Session 1 – Vaccines – the Most Effective Route to Elimination?
Co-Chairs: Peter Revill (Doherty Institute) and Helen Tyrell (Hepatitis Australia)
2:45-3:45pm – Session 2 – Test & Treat – Update and Challenges to Roll-Out
Co-Chairs: Mike Catton (Doherty Institute) and Melanie Eagle (Hepatitis Victoria)
4:00-4:45pm – Session 3 – HBV & Migrants
Chair: Benjamin Cowie (Doherty Institute)
- Hepatitis B and Migrants, Lachlan Riches – Migration and Legal Consultant
- HBV & Migration, a patient experience, Lien Tran – Hepatitis Victoria (pictured below)
4:50-5:45pm – Session 4 – Global Collaborations to Cure CHB
Chair: Anne Kelso (NHMRC)
5:45-6:00pm – Session 5 – Progress made in the roll-out of Victoria viral hepatitis strategies , The Honorable Frank McGuire, Parliamentary Secretary for Medical research
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- General abstract submission deadline is Monday, June 26, 2017.
- Participants will be notified on Monday, July 24, 2017 of their inclusion in the program.
- At least one author must be registered for the meeting in order for an abstract to be included in the program book.
ICE-HBV and the WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity are organising a World Hepatitis Day symposium entitled From Vaccine to Cure: The Road to Viral Hepatitis Elimination.
Join us on 28 July from 2pm to 6pm, in person or online via Zoom. Please register here: https://goo.gl/2noLVa (free). Check the preliminary programme.
To participate to World Hepatitis Day campaign which will be displayed during the event, please create your own poster using this link and send it to [email protected] or tweet @ICE_HBV
All events related to World Hepatitis Day in Victoria can be found on Hepatitis Victoria website.
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ICE-HBV manifesto was selected as one of the 180 scientific findings published in 2016 that editors believe could have the greatest impact on society’s most pressing problems.
It is free-access until the end of July on: