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EU-CIS Seminar - New Trends in Infectious Diseases

Nouvelles perspectives dans le domaine des maladies infectieuses

Lyon, France, 26-28 November 2008

 

Taking place in Lyon, the seminar will combine twenty eight presentations of scientific achievements divided in five topical sessions: (i) Public Health, Epidemiology and Diseases Surveillance, (ii) Drug Resistant Infectious Diseases, (iii) MDR-TB: Characterization and Diagnostics, (iv) MDR-TB: Vaccines, Drug Design and Development, (v) Zoonoses. It is intended for Scientists from National Laboratories and Institutes, Government Agencies, University Professors, and the Pharmaceutical Industry. The main purpose is to foster former USSR weapon scientists to promote themselves and to help them secure interest with possibly financing for further joint peaceful research activities.

The event approach is to have three dedicated days. After the official opening around noon on Wednesday the presentations will alternate between CIS and French Scientists. In support to the event presentations, sector-related Technology Profile Forms and Institute Profile Forms will be made available. During Friday all day, Scientists will be given a presentation of the Lyon Biopole cluster and they will have an opportunity to conduct bilateral meetings with French Research and Industry Representatives (www.lyonbiopole.org).

 

Seminar Main Support Documents

POSTER
STCU 2008 Flyer
Press Release
Press Release
AGENDA
Conference Agenda
Evaluation
Evaluation Form
BUS-MAP
Lyon Map

 

List of STCU Scientific Participants

Below are listed STCU scientific participants and their contact details. Available for download are (i) their Institute Profile Forms (IPF), (ii) Technology Profile Forms (TPF), and (iii) Seminar's Oral Presentations.

NameCountryThemeOrganizationIPFTPF

Presentations

POZDNYAKOV Sergey
spozdnyakov74@gmail.com
Ukraine Biosafety and biosecurity in Ukraine Ukrainian I.I.Mechnikov Anti-Plague Research Institute, Odessa, Ukraine

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LYTVYN Dmytro
lytvynd@yahoo.co.uk
Ukraine Synthesis of compounds with antituberculous activity Institute of Food Biotechnology and Genomics, National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

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ROZHITSKII Mykola
rzh@kture.kharkov.ua
Ukraine Diagnostics of tuberculosis active form; analytical methods and devices for biomedical application Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (KNURE) of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

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KURHANOVA Iryna
rickettsia@list.ru
Ukraine Rickettsial diseases Lviv Research Institute of Epidemiology and Hygiene, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Lviv, Ukraine

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KUTSAN Oleksandr
toxi-lab@vet.kharkov.ua
Ukraine Veterinary medicine, zoogenous infections National Scientific Center "Institute of Experimental and Clinical veterinary Medicine", Kharkiv, Ukraine

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MEKHTIEV Arif-Ala
arifmekht@yahoo.com
Azerbaijan Protective resources to chemical and bacterial toxins Institute of Physiology n.a. A.I.Karaev, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Baku, Azerbaijan

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DGEBUADZE Shota
dgeb@caucasus.net
Georgia Novel Indol-containing Condensed Tetracyclic Systems with Promising High Antitubercular and Antiviral Activity: Synthesis and Screening Georgian Technical University. Tbilissi, Georgia

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SNIZHKO Dmytro
rzh@kture.kharkov.ua
Ukraine Diagnostics of tuberculosis active form; analytical methods and devices for biomedical application Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (KNURE) of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine

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Name

Country Theme Organization Presentations
APT Alexander
asapt@aha.ru
Russia Refined models for the studying
vaccination against TB infection
Central Tuberculosis Research Institute

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Deryabin Pavel
pderyabin@gmail.com
Kazakhstan   Biological peculiarities of Y.pestis &
H.pylori in Kazakhstan.
Kazakh Scientific Center for Quarantine and Zoonotic Diseases  

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DYATLOV Ivan
dyatlov@obolensk.org
Russia Surveillance and laboratory diagnostics of infectious diseases in the Russian Federation State Research Center for Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (SRCAMB) Federal Service of Surveillance in the Field of Consumer Right Protection & Human Welfare

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Falzon Dennis
falzond@who.int
Switzerland Overview of TB in the WHO European Region World Health Organization

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GOZAL Albert
gozal@istc.ru
Russia ISTC Partner Program: Gateway to collaboration with Russia/CIS. Minimizing the risks of failure International Science and Technology Center

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ANDRIES Koen
kandries@prdbe.jnj.com
Belgium ATPsynthase, an exciting new target for TB treatment Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research and Development

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NIKIFOROV Vladimir
nickiforoff@ru.ru
Russia Rabies Institute for Competency Improvement Federal Medico-Biological Agency, Ministry of Health

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PISAREVA Maria
pisarevam@gmail.com
Russia Molecular epidemiology of influenza viruses in Russia in 2005-2008. Development of new influenza vaccines. Research Institute of Influenza, Russian Academy of Medical Science

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SHEMYAKIN Igor
ishemyakin@mail.ru
Russia Genetic Diversity and Population structure of M.Tuberculosis Strains circulating Central  Russia State Research Centre for Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology

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JARLIER Vincent
vcent.jarlier@psl.aphp.fr
France Multi Drug Resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) Pitie-Salpetriere hospital, National reference center for mycobacteria

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BAULARD Alain
alain.baulard@pasteur-lille.fr
France Boosting antituberculosis drugs to improve treatment compliance U629 INSERM - Institut Pasteur de Lille

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MORFIN Florence France Flu, Avian Flu and emerging aspects (H1N1 resistance) FRE 3011 Universite Lyon 1 - CNRS Laboratory of Virology / Hospices Civils de Lyon

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Benefiting from STCU Partner Program

The STCU's Research Partnership Program is recognized as a convenient and reliable mean to establish contacts with members of the science community of Azerbaidjan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan, in order to initiate Research projects. Up to now, more than 172 organizations from various STCU Donor Countries became STCU Partners. They entrust STCU to associate them with science teams capable to deliver breakthrough results. Since the establishment of the Partnership Program in 1997, STCU Partners have contributed over 34 million USD, and received a total R&D return valued at approximately 10 times their initial investments.

Private Companies, Industrial and Research Organizations, Governmental Agencies from Canada, the European Union, and the United States of America, can apply for Partner Status. Learn more about the Program, its  practical steps required, how to submit a Partner Proposal and conclude a Governmental Partner Project Agreement or a Non-Governmental Partner Project Agreement, and finally how to benefit from working with the STCU. For further information please contact Elena Taberko MBA, Governmental Partnerships Program Manager, whom will be attending the Seminar.

 

 

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