Program Objectives


Who Should Attend


Options IX is the premier conference designed for leading virologists, infectious diseases, pulmonary/critical care specialist and other clinicians, scientists, public health and epidemiology researchers and specialists, health care policy makers and government and non-government agency staff. 


Target Audience


  • Clinicians
  • Concerned business leaders
  • Epidemiologists
  • Government officials
  • Health education specialists
  • Healthcare policy makers
  • Medical and scientific media
  • Physicians
  • Public health specialists
  • Researchers
  • Scientists
  • Vaccine experts

Objectives


  • Provide comprehensive, state-of-the art scientific information for all disciplines involved in influenza prevention, control, and treatment, including seasonal and pandemic planning.
  • Promote genuine international and multidisciplinary collaboration supporting the full spectrum of influenza research, from basic science to the development of new vaccines and antiviral agents, to epidemiology and control programs.
  • Provide a collegial atmosphere where scientists working in both public health and agricultural/veterinary agencies may exchange information to develop collaborative approaches to the control and prevention of pandemic influenza.
  • Maximize the opportunities for informal discussions and exchange of ideas between representatives of government agencies, academia, and industry.

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