Oxford University

2012 International Meeting on
Molecular Biology of Hepatitis B Viruses

September 22-25, 2012

Location: University of Oxford
Christ Church & Examination Schools
Oxford, England


Professor Mala K. Maini
University College London

Professor John Casey
Georgetown University Medical Center

The International Meeting of the Molecular Biology of Hepatitis B Viruses remains the definitive international meeting that covers all aspects of the biology of hepatitis B and hepatitis D, including biochemistry, molecular biology, traditional virology, immunology, pathogenesis, and carcinogenesis, as well as the latest developments in antiviral therapies against these two viruses.

The 2012 meeting registration and abstract entry will open on April 2, 2012.

The venue for the 2012 International HBV Meeting consists of several locations all in very close proximity. 

LODGING ACCOMMODATIONS:  Christ Church, which is the largest college in Oxford University and the Cathedral Church for the Anglican Diocese of Oxford is the lodging accommodations of choice. Room reservations include a full English breakfast every morning, as well as the benefit of enjoying Christ Church's beauty and fascinating history. While here, follow the footsteps of the world's favorite wizard as you walk around the cloisters and quadrangles and see many of the scenes from the Harry Potter feature films that were shot in various locations of the College.

CONFERENCE MEETING:  The Welcome Reception, abstract presentations, and poster display sessions will be held in Oxford’s largest city centre conference venue, the historic Oxford University Examination Schools. This is an exquisite Victorian Grade II listed building located on High Street in the heart of the medieval city of Oxford just a few minutes walk from Christ Church.

View our photo gallery from the 2012 meeting.

Coordinated by the Hepatitis B Foundation

**Scientists with disabilities will be fully accommodated and are encouraged to register.