Established in the year 2007, and at present running 350 open access journals and organizing 150 International conferences annually across the world, where knowledge is exchanged through discussions, poster presentation, exhibitions, symposiums, B2B meetings and workshops .OMICS Group Conferences create a platform for Global networking as it has strong industrial ties and is associated with more than 100 international societies . OMICS Group has made its mark all around the world the past 6 years and has a readership of over 3 Million. OMICS Group has over 30,000 Editorial Board Members which ensures a quality rapid review process. OMICS Group organizes scientific conferences on Clinical Sciences, Engineering & Applied Sciences, Life Sciences, Medical Sciences, Omics & Management and Pharmaceutical/Chemistry.
OMICS Group would like to extend an invitation to participants all over the world to attend the World Conference on Influenza (Flu-2015) to be held during June 8-10, 2015 in Chicago, USA.
Influenza is one of the most common infections in the world. It is mostly non-lethal but due to its potential to mutate into a lethal pandemic a lot of research work is being carried out. Flu-2015 would like to bring forth a platform to present and discuss the latest work in this aspect.
The theme of the Conference is “Understanding the Flu; pathology, prevention, containment and risk analysis.” Flu-2015 promises to address some of the key features of influenza pandemics through high-quality discussions and poster presentations. Young researchers can also make a mark in the Young Researchers’ Forum where, they can orally present their contribution to the field of influenza research.
Considering the wide range of research being done on flu the conference aims to bring together experts from the fields of virology, immunology, molecular biology, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology and the healthcare sector.
We at OMICS Group would like to see you at Flu-2015 June 8-10, 2015 in Chicago, USA where the latest research and developments in influenza research will be presented and discussed.