National Institutes of Health Virology Interest Group
Virology Interest Group

VIG logoThe Virology Interest Group comprises researchers at NIH and in the local area who are interested in virology. The group organizes activities designed to promote interactions and exchange of information.

The Interest Group has a Seminar Series (see Meetings) that meets at noon on the first Thursday of each month in Building 4, Room 433 (4th floor conference room) on the NIH campus. This is organized by Linda Zane, Michael Ferenczy and Vladimir Majerciak.  Potential speakers should contact Drs. Zane and Majerciak.

The Virology Interest Group sponsors the Norman P. Salzman Memorial Award and Symposium in November of each year. The Symposium is held in conjunction with the presentation of the Annual Norman P. Salzman Memorial Award, which recognizes outstanding accomplishments by a post-doctoral fellow or research trainee at NIH working in the field of virology. Last year's Award and Symposium, the fifteenth anniversary, was held on Thursday, November 7, 2013, in Natcher. 

Messages can be posted to members of the Virology Interest group through the NIH listserv,

The organizers of the Virology Interest Group are Drs. Fadila Bouamr (NIAID), Eric Freed (NCI), Brigitte Sanders (NIAID) and Joseph M. Ziegelbauer (NCI).

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