The Pirbright Institute has been prominently involved in research to prevent and control infectious diseases of livestock since 1914 when the first cattle testing station was established at Pirbright to combat tuberculosis.
100 years on and The Pirbright Institute is now a world-leading centre of excellence in surveillance and research aimed at preventing and controlling viral diseases in livestock and viruses that spread from animals to people.
We invite you to join us at The Pirbright Institute Centenary Conference which will bring together international experts to present some of the most recent advance in research into livestock and zoonotic virology.
The conference will focus on the following areas:
- Day one
- Control, vaccines and immunology
- Day two
- Surveillance and discovery
- One health
Conference delegates will also be given a rare opportunity to tour the new state-of-the-art high containment laboratory facility: The BBSRC National Virology Centre: The Plowright Building.
How to register
Reserve your place by 29 August 2014 via Eventbrite.
For more information, including a full programme of speakers, visit: The Pirbright Institute: The Pirbright Institute Centenary Conference.