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Organising Committee:

  • Prof. Nigel Stevenson, Trinity College Dublin (Co-Chair)
  • Prof. Mark Harris, University of Leeds (Co-Chair)
  • Prof. Cliona O’Farrelly, Trinity College Dublin
  • Prof. Colm Bergin, Trinity College Dublin
  • Prof. John McLauchlan, University of Glasgow

About the Symposium

The HCV Symposium is the foremost annual international meeting for scientists, researchers and clinicians interested in molecular virology, pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of hepatitis C virus, as well as related viruses. These related viruses include flaviviruses (Dengue, Zika virus), pestiviruses, pegiviruses and other hepatitis viruses (A-E).

New developments in the fight against Hepatitis C and related viruses are presented for information and discussion at the Symposium. The aim of the Symposium includes increasing the scientific understanding of these viruses with a view to controlling their spread in the future.

 

The Importance of Sponsorship

Young researchers and investigators require funding for scholarships and to enable them to travel to Symposia such as this. Without sponsorship, the registration fees would not be affordable. Sponsorship encourages young researchers to believe in the value of their research and to pursue it long-term. Sponsors achieve international recognition for their goodwill in supporting researchers and their scientific endeavours. The HCV Symposium can continue the invaluable collegiality and networking of the scientific community only with the support of sponsors. 

Scientific Themes & Keynote Speakers HCV2018

As this is the 25th anniversary of the first HCV Symposium, the internationally recognised microbiologist Prof. Michael Houghton, University of Alberta, who was the first to identify and clone the viral genomes of Hepatitis C and D, will be the opening speaker on HCV: Twenty-five Years On...

The principal themes at HCV2108 will comprise:Patient Registries & Treatment Outcomes; Host Virus Interactions & the Immune Response; Viral Entry, Replication & Morphogenesis; Vaccines & Antiviral Agents; Emerging & Related Viruses; Systems Biology and 'Omic Analyses of Viral Infection; Global Challenges; Hepatocellular Carcinoma & Pathogenesis.

 

 

Sponsorship Levels

(all prices listed in Euro)

BENEFITS

Platinum Level

€50,000 - €100,000

Gold Level

€25,000 - €49,999

Silver Level

€10,000 - €24,000

Bronze Level

€5,000 - €9,999

Pewter Level

Under €5,000

Recognition on the website, Slides, Signage & in Abstract Book

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Name Recognition

Complimentary Registration

6 Full Registrations

4 Full Registrations

2 Full Registrations

1 Full Registration

 

Gala Event Tickets

6 Tickets

4 Tickets

2 Tickets

1 Ticket

 

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Individual Sponsorship Opportunities

To increase your brand awareness at the Symposium

Advertising in Book of Abstracts:
A4 Full page, full colour ad
Half-page, full colour ad

€3,000
€2,000 
   
Symposium Bag/Folder:
Sponsor to supply with Company and HCV2018 logos
€10,000 
   
Symposium Bag Insert:
Sponsor to supply insert (A4 or smaller)
 €1,000
   
Symposium Lanyards:
Printed with Company and HCV2018 logos
 €3,000
   
Symposium Pen:
Sponsor to supply with Company and HCV2018 logos
 €2,000
   
Symposium Notebook:
Sponsor to supply with Company and HCV2018 logos
 €2,000 
   
Sponsored Session/Speaker:
Speaker to be agreed with Organising Committee
€3,500
   
Travel Grants:
Fulltime students, or delegates from 3rd World countries
€2,000
   
Welcome Reception:
RDS Library on Monday, 8th October at 6 pm
€15,000
 
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