Enterovirus Workshop

Enteroviruses cause significant public health problems. Over 100 non-polio enteroviruses have been identified, and non-polio enteroviruses cause a wide range of diseases with various levels of disease severity including conjunctivitis, hand-foot- and mouth disease (HFMD), meningitis and encephalitis, paralytic disease, myocarditis, neonatal sepsis and severe respiratory disease. Recently, atypical enteroviruses have emerged/re-emerged and may be associated with clusters of severe disease in children

Critical gaps in our knowledge include:

a) what are important enterovirus reservoirs,

b) what are the factors influencing viral evolution, virulence and pathology,

c) does virus adaptation affect the natural history of clinical disease, and

d) can antiviral therapies or vaccines be developed to treat enteroviral infections or prevent outbreaks


To stimulate discussion on the nature of recurring enterovirus outbreaks, the type of acute and chronic symptoms caused by enteroviruses, and means to predict and control enterovirus outbreaks. This workshop will bring together clinicians and basic scientists working on different aspects of enterovirus research to share information and identify opportunities and areas for future collaborations.

To watch the workshop remotely, please register at:

Day 1, Monday, Aug. 14 - https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7033433330783278337

Day 2, Tuesday, Aug. 15 - https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1755366300109772289




  • When

  • Monday, August 14, 2017 - Tuesday, August 15, 2017
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • NIAID Grand Conference Center, Grand Hall 1D13
    5601 Fishers Lane, Room 1D13
    Rockville, Maryland 20852

Additional Information

Non-American citizen attendees of this workshop must undergo foreign security clearance in order to gain entrance into the conference center. If you are not an American citizen, please email Liane Agulto at agultol@niaid.nih.gov immediately upon registration to initiate foreign clearance. Please allow no less than 2 weeks for clearance prior to arriving at our conference center.
Visitors must enter the building through the front lobby entrance on Fishers Lane after 7:00 a.m. A valid, government-issued photo ID (if you are an international visitor, your passport) must be presented to the security guards. Security screenings are required for anyone not in possession of a valid HHS badge. Because visitor badges are "location-defined," all on-site attendees MUST register for the conference.
Parking: Parking is available in the Atlantic Services Parking garage located at 12721 Twinbrook Parkway. The entrance to the garage is on Twinbrook Parkway between Fishers Lane and Halpine Drive.  The garage can also be reached by turning left at the first access road on Fishers Lane (you will see a sign for Atlantic Parking on the sidewalk).  The cost is $3 for the first hour, $5 for the second hour, and $8 for all day.
Public Transportation: 5601 Fishers Lane is serviced by Ride On bus and Metro Map. The nearest Metro station is Twinbrook (Red Line), which is 1/2 mile away from the building. Cross Twinbrook Parkway at the intersection with Fishers Lane and proceed down Fishers Lane. 5601 is at the end on the left. 
The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators at HHS-sponsored conferences do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

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