HPV Science

2021
13
Jul

IPVS webinar – Your patient is HPV+: what is next?

IPVS webinar – Your patient is HPV+: what is next? Tuesday, 13th July 2021 8:00 EDT (New York) / 14:00 CEST (Geneva) / 20:00 SST (Singapore) Topic: Given the strong evidence that HPV-based screening is more effective than cytology or naked visual inspection after application of acetic acid, more and more countries have switched or […]

By Coralie Deguerville |
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2020
18
Nov

IPVC 2020 Free Live Webinar Series – Register now

To thank the IPVC 2020 participants, faculty, speakers and much of  the global HPV community for making the conference a success – IPVS  is pleased to offer a series of three one-hour LIVE webinar sessions  over the coming weeks to continue in the vein of Science & Education for Action Against HPV.  These sessions are FREE of […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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2020
03
Dec

IPVC 2020 Free Live Webinars – Session II: HPV DNA Testing

IPVS  is pleased to offer a series of three one-hour LIVE webinar sessions  over the coming weeks to continue in the vein of Science & Education for Action Against HPV.  These sessions are FREE of charge and open to all who are interested. Session II  – 3 Dec 2020  13:00-14:00 CET Current issues for HPV testing […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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2020
17
Dec

IPVC 2020 Free Live Webinars – Session III: Cervical Cancer Elimination – Now, Later or Never

IPVS  is pleased to conclude the Post-IPVC 2020 series of free one-hour LIVE webinars in Science & Education for Action Against HPV with the following timely topic: Elimination of Cervical Cancer: Now, Later or Never   Session III  – 17 Dec 2020  13:00-14:00 CET Speaker: Prof. J. Dillner MD, PhD, Prof of infectious disease epidemiology, […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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2021
17
Feb

IPVS Educational Webinar Series 2021 – Session I: HPV Latency

IPVS  is pleased to begin our Educational Webinar Series for 2021 with Session I: HPV Latency: Is it real and does it Matter?  17 February 2021  17:00-18:00 CET Speakers: Dr. Anna-Barbara Moscicki, Professor of Pediatrics, University of California, Los Angeles Prof. John Doorbar, Division of Virology, Department of Pathology, University of Cambridge, UK. Moderator:  Prof. […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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2021
25
Feb

European Cancer Organization: Eliminating HPV Cancers in Europe – Next Steps

25 February 2021  14:30-16:30 CET  Europe’s new Beating Cancer Plan provides the launchpad for a new effort to eliminate all the cancers caused by HPV across the EU and the wider European region. The European Cancer Organisation’s HPV Action Network is hosting a webinar for the members and stakeholders to discuss how ECO member organisations, […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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2021
22
Apr

IPVS Educational Webinar Series 2021 – The Future of HPV Research

IPVS is pleased to announce the following session of our Educational Webinar Series for 2021 Session II: The Future of HPV Research: Capitalizing on Current Opportunities 22 April 2021  17:00-18:00 CET (Geneva)/ 08:00-09:00 PST (Los Angeles) Moderator:  Dr. Elisabeth McClymont, PhD, University of Montreal, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology  Topic: The aim of this session […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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2021
15
May

IPVS Regional Webinar 2021: Cervical Cancer Elimination in Asia Pacific

Register today for the IPVS regional webinar in collaboration with the APAC HPV Coalition: Session III: Cervical cancer vaccination & screening in the Asia pacific during the pandemic: Where do we go from here? 15 May 2021  08:00-9:00 CET (Geneva)/ 14:00-15:00 SST (Singapore) Topic: What are the main challenges  in cervical cancer screening and prevention […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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2021
15
Nov

34th International Papillomavirus Conference – IPVC 2021

IPVC 2021 – Toronto is Going Virtual! Research & Education for HPV Elimination The 34th International Papillomavirus Conference & Basic Science, Clinical and Public Health Workshops will be a virtual conference.  This gives certainty that the conference will offer full opportunity for the HPV community to effectively and safely present the latest research findings, educational exchanges, […]

By Chris Amsinger |
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