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  • Emerging Concerns: De novo Formation of Prions

  • Pathogenesis

  • Detection

  • Cell Cultures: From the Bench to the Bed

  • Treatment, Removal, or Inactivation

Rocky Mountain Laboratories - NIH
Case Western Reserve University
Warwick University
Neurological Institute "Carlos Besta"
Amorfix Life Sciences
R-Biofarm AG
CJD Surveillance Unit - Edinburgh
University of Milan
University of California - San Francisco
University of Maryland and VA Medical Center
Istituto Superiore Di Sanita
...and many others

Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies is the longest running meeting of its kind in the world. This 12th Annual meeting will address the ongoing progress in the science of prion diseases, as well as the newest developments in the fields of pathophysiology, transmission, detection, removal/inactivation, treatment, and prevention. This conference will present the newest data on TSEs in the context of its application to the pharmaceutical, biological, environmental and device industries.

Scientific Advisors:
Larisa Cervenakova, M.D., Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Transmissible
Diseases Department, Holland Laboratory, American Red Cross
Suzette A. Priola, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Chief, TSE/Prion
Molecular Biology Section, Laboratory of Persistent and Viral
Diseases, Rocky Mountain Laboratories, NIH

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