BVDV Symposium: Call for abstracts

The deadline for submission of abstracts for the 7th BVDV Symposium to be held in Chicago, Ill on Dec. 6 - 7, 2016 has been extended to October 31,


The symposium will take place in conjunction with the 2016 Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases (CRWAD).

Abstracts submitted by the October 31, 2016 deadline should be sent directly to Dr. Paul Walz at Auburn University ( rather than the CRWAD website.

Abstracts should be prepared as described on the CRWAD website.

Please submit your abstract as an email attachment.

The subject line on the email should read "Abstract submission for 7th BVDV Symposium" and list the name of the first author (for example:

Abstract submission for 7th BVDV Symposium - John Doe").

Separate abstracts should be sent by separate emails.

For more information on the 7th BVDV Symposium, click here.


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