32nd International Papillomavirus Conference: Call for Abstracts

WELCOME TO IPVC 2018 
IN CONJUNCTION WITH AOGIN 2018
Join us for the 32nd International Papillomavirus Conference, to be held October 2-6 in Sydney, Australia. Australia has been at the forefront of HPV research from key innovations in immunology and vaccine development through to the implementation of large scale vaccination initiatives and an upcoming imminent transition to HPV-based cervical screening. We are also very pleased to be co-hosting the meeting with AOGIN, and plan a strong regional focus on HPV control in the Asia-Pacific Region.

Our conference theme is ‘Towards Global Control of HPV Disease’ and through workshops, invited lectures, and oral and poster sessions presenting the latest research results, the conference will cover papillomavirus (PV)-related topics from basic science to global health impact. We will be paying special attention to HPV control in populations that are most vulnerable to HPV disease worldwide, including those in Low and Middle Income Countries and Indigenous communities.

Read the welcome letter here.

Relive our outstanding 2017 Conference in Cape Town, South Africa with our photo gallery!

Discover Australia’s most beautiful city from the iconic Sydney Opera House to the sparkling blue harbour, exhilarating entertainment, delicious restaurants and historic heritage.

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SHARE YOUR RESEARCH

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS NOW OPEN
Submit your latest work for the chance to present your research during the upcoming
IPVC 2018 conference.

NEW! The number of abstract topics has nearly doubled this year.
Choose from 5 main categories:

  • Basic research
  • Clinical research
  • Public health / epidemiology
  • High resource settings
  • Low and middle income (LMIC) settings

> View the full list here

Submit your abstract

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