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Welcome to International Conference on “Coronaviruses:
Past, Present, and Future"

10th and 11th May 2022 - SKUAST-K

Keynote Speakers

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Dr. Gagandeep Kang

Christian Medical College Vellore

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Dr. Shahid Jameel

University of Oxford

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Dr. Gautam Menon

Ashoka University

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Dr. Chaitanya G Joshi

GBRC Gandhinagar

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Dr. Parvaiz Koul

SKIMS, Srinagar

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Poyni Bhatt

SINE, IIT Bombay

About Conference

The international conference “ Coronaviruses: Past, Present, and Future India 2022 (ICCoVs-India-22) will provide a platform to researchers, scientists, academicians, industry representatives, medical doctors, veterinarians, social scientists and policy makers to discuss coronavirus research and policies surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic in the Indian subcontinent. The main aim of this initiative is to create a global network and coordinate interaction between the coronavirus researchers (animal and human coronaviruses), industry partners and government bodies to work for the animal-human and environment interface. The conference shall boost the communication of the ideas to identify the knowledge gaps related to coronaviruses. This is the small step to creating opportunities and building an evidence-based road map for one health. The expected outcome and recommendations will ensure longevity of coronavirus research and will help to continue the coronavirus research after the end of the COVID pandemics to combat future emerging coronaviruses.

Target Audience

Scientists, Academicians, Industry representatives, policy makers, Research scholars and Students working in national or international institutes or organizations of the Indian subcontinent.

ICCoVs-India-22 is being organized by Division of Animal Biotechnology, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Technology of Kashmir, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.​

The long term objective of the conference is to develop a network in Indian subcontinent that supports global co-ordination for the delivery of collaborative scientific research and sustained long-term ONE-HEALTH approach for better investigation of coronaviruses, improved surveillance, and social policies. The conference is further aimed at fostering cross-fertilization of ideas and providing expert perspectives to identify knowledge gaps. It will further create research opportunities, build an evidence-based road map for ONE-HEALTH and ensure the longevity of coronavirus research after the impetus of SARS-CoV2 has reduced. It will further help to disseminate and preserve knowledge to better combat future emerging coronaviruses.​

Organising Department

Objective

Last date for
receipt of abstracts
Deadline for registration
Event Date

28 April 2022

04 May 2022

10 & 11 May 2022

Category
Price
PhD Scholar
INR 1000
Faculty Members/Medical Doctors/Veterinarians
INR 2500
PDF/ECR[Post Doctoral/Early Career Researchers]
INR 1500
Start Ups (per stall)
INR 5000

Registration Fees

Important Dates

Travel grant up to INR 20,000 will be awarded to ten best abstract

  Start-up Awards:   

 

Five Best Start-ups will be awarded with travel, food and accommodation based on their 1 min pitch which shall be judged by our industry experts (Maximum to-and-fro travel up to INR 20,000)

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About UK-ICN

The United Kingdom-International Coronavirus Network is a 500,00 initiative funded by Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)  to promote collaborative scientific research on coronaviruses in order to sustain long-term ONE-HEALTH approach and to enhance the knowledge, preparedness and response strategies for future coronavirus outbreaks. The network project aims to support global coordination for the delivery of collaborative scientific research and sustained long-term one health approach to better investigation of coronaviruses, improved surveillance, and social policies. The four year network project (Oct 2021-Oct 2025) is led by Professor Julian Hiscox at University of Liverpool, United Kingdom.