UPCOMING EVENTS: to be announced

International conference on virology in SK-AT cross-border region!

[15.02.2019 Bratislava] CAPSID project members Peggy Stolt-Bergner (VBCF), Ivana Nemcovicova (BMC SAV) and Martin Puchinger (VBCF) participated in the Joint Virology Conference and the 1st SK-AT Structural Biology Meeting 2019 in Bratislava from 13th to 15th February 2019.

The conference brought together international scientists working on all fields of virology research from virus ecology and evolution, through epidemiology and virus-host interactions to structural and biochemical virology. This conference increased the international awareness of the cutting edge virology research in the cross-border region, served to stimulate scientific exchange and created opportunities for new collaborations among the participants.


CAPSID Seminar Series!

[11.12.2018 Bratislava/Vienna] In the framework of Interreg project CAPSID, the seminar series on virology in the cross-border region has started. Prof. Ettrich from Larking University Miami, (US) gave two exciting talks about modelling and simulating cation translocation in human ORAI channels. His work combines experimental and theoretical approaches to elucidate this important means of signal transduction.


Kick-Off Meeting for Interreg project CAPSID!

[17.07.2018 Vienna] On 17th July, the project partners VBCF and BMC met in Vienna to kick-off the Interreg project CAPSID. The project is dedicated to increase the international visibility of the biomedical research landscape in the Slovak-Austrian border region. With a total of 11 project partners,  Vienna Biocenter Core Facilities (VBCF) in Vienna and the Biomedical Research Center of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava have joined forces to improve the scientific communication in the region and the international visibility of the cross-border virological and biomedical research community.

CAPSID is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) under the Interreg V-A Slovakia-Austria program.