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13th World Congress on Virology, will be organized around the theme “Recent Advances & Challenges in Virology”

Virology 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Virology 2018

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                                Viral machinery has been used extensively in biological research and human welfare. Since being simple system of virus providing the advantage to manipulate or recombine with the existing mechanisms of replication, transcription, translation, functional protein formation and etc. which are of facilitating virologists and scientists to study in all convergent fields: cell biology, molecular biology, immunology, physiology, animal science (zoology), agriculture and plant science (botany), evolution, genetics, biotechnology, nanotechnology, medical sciences and etc. without limitations and having scope and hope for new era in research advancements.

  • Track 1-1Viruses in Medicine / Medical Virology
  • Track 1-2Drug Development and Drug Delivery
  • Track 1-3Viruses in Molecular Biology and Immunology
  • Track 1-4Viruses in Agriculture and Plant Sciences
  • Track 1-5Viruses in Genetic Engineering
  • Track 1-6Viruses in Nanotechnology
  • Track 1-7Viruses in Bacteriophage Therapies
  • Track 1-8Viruses in Cancer Prevention and Treatment
  • Track 1-9Viruses in Vaccine Development
  • Track 1-10Viruses in Biological Research
  • Track 1-11Virus Vectors and Gene Therapy

                                   We now that viruses are host dependent, can only multiply with infecting host cells.  At each round of infection they must fall apart, deliver their. Even though they are relatively ‘simple’ parasites, they require several host cell functions translation machinery and lipid-synthesizing machinery for the completion of their life cycle, except poxviruses, DNA viruses require the cellular nucleus for replication.

  • Track 2-1Viral Plaque
  • Track 2-2Viral Transformation & Oncogenesis
  • Track 2-3Cell Biology of Viruses
  • Track 2-4Viral Reservoirs
  • Track 2-5Virus Cell Interaction

                             Molecular Virology, which deals with molecular level of biochemistry of viruses and how they replicate in host cells. Viruses can infect the all forms of microorganisms to animals and plants, which results viruses have extent biological diversity than Monera, Protista, Plantae, Fungi and Animalia. This field leads to understand how new viruses are emerging, interacting with hosts and causes of infectious diseases. It helps in the study and construction of viral vectors by converging with r-DNA or recombinant DNA technology  which can be develop the new traits of agricultural and medicinal plants, domestic animals and beneficial microorganisms, those which can meet the needs of wellbeing of human.

  • Track 3-1DNA & RNA viruses
  • Track 3-2Genome sequencing
  • Track 3-3Viriods
  • Track 3-4Pseudoviruses
  • Track 3-5Defective Viruses
  • Track 3-6Defective Viruses
  • Track 3-7Prions
  • Track 3-8Viriods
  • Track 3-9Pseudoviruses
  • Track 3-10Defective viruses
  • Track 3-11Proteomics & Genomics
  • Track 3-12Viral Replication Strategies
  • Track 4-1Homology
  • Track 4-2Sequence Analysis
  • Track 4-3Gene and Protein Expression
  • Track 4-4Analysis of Molecular Organization
  • Track 4-5Structural Bioinformatics
  • Track 4-6Molecular Dynamics
  • Track 4-7Simulation

                               Viral Immunology is delivering the cutting-edge focus on translational research on unusual, emerging, and under-studied infectious viruses, with exceptional focus on analysing mutual relationships among external viruses and internal immunity, including the role of innate and adaptive immunity in the establishment, containment and/or breakthrough of infectious diseases of viruses, which is resulting as a cancer, includes vaccine and adjuvants strategies.

  • Track 5-1Viral Immune Evasion
  • Track 5-2Viral Membrane Fusion
  • Track 5-3Host Cell Factors & Viral Modulation
  • Track 5-4Viral Host Response
  • Track 5-5Viral Transmission
  • Track 5-6Viral Like Particles
  • Track 5-7Interferons (IFNs)
  • Track 5-8Viral Receptors & Entry



Emerging viruses and Infectious Diseases

Emerging Viruses and Zoonosis

Epidemiology and Public Health

Viruses’ role in Human Evolution

  • Track 6-1Diversity
  • Track 6-2Metagenomics
  • Track 6-3Emerging Viruses & Infectious Diseases
  • Track 6-4Epidemiology & Public Health
  • Track 6-5Viruses’ Role in Human Evolution
  • Track 6-6Viral Pathogenesis

                              Humans have been contending viruses and viral infections, vaccines and antiviral drugs have allowed us to keep infections from spreading widely, and have helped sick people recover from some viral infections. But there are also other viruses which are equally deadly and some of them even deadlier. We should be always being alert on updates about theses deadliest viruses and viral diseases since those can spread quickly without our knowledge. Better prevent these viral diseases and infections we must and should aware about: What they are? How they work? and their mechanism.

  • Track 8-1Ebola
  • Track 8-2Marburg
  • Track 8-3Hantavirus
  • Track 8-4Lassa
  • Track 8-5Rabies
  • Track 8-6Smallpox
  • Track 8-7Dengue
  • Track 8-8Influenza
  • Track 8-9Influenza
  • Track 9-1Diagnostic Methods & Tools
  • Track 9-2Novel Experimental Systems & Tools in Virology
  • Track 9-3Point of Care Systems in Virology Diagnostics

                                 We know that viruses are obligatory and intracellular parasites, since that replication requires the pathways and functions of the host cell. As a consequence, it is laborious to characterize specific functions of infectious viruses as good enough targets for anti-infective therapy. Nevertheless, for the 50 years of period significant progress has been made towards the development of effective and specific antivirals. Particularly, HIV, Hepatitis type B & C viruses, which are of causing chronic infections and those are affecting millions of mankind world-wide, are an extensive spotlight of research in antivirals. Initially, antivirals were mainly directed against virus-specific enzymes currently drugs are inhibiting the steps of infectious viral entry or release has been developed. Enlightened paths towards drug development have become progressive successful as a result of characterization structure and function of viral proteins and molecular mechanisms of virus-host interactions. Innovative strategies are exploring in essential research or preclinical studies including paths to target host factors those are important for replication of infectious virus, exploitation of the innate immune response system along with utilisation of gene silencing strategies targeting at meddlesome with the gene expression of infectious virus. Nowadays various virostatics targeting various viral replication steps are approved to treat critical infectious viral diseases. Even though, the employment of such drugs is finite by the swift development of antiviral resistance, which results a substantial complications of contemporary antiviral therapy.

  • Track 10-1Restriction Factors
  • Track 10-2Interferons
  • Track 10-3Immunomodulators
  • Track 10-4Antiviral agents
  • Track 10-5Virucidal agents
  • Track 10-6Antiviral Chemotherapy
  • Track 10-7Vaccines
  • Track 10-8Passive Prophylaxis
  • Track 10-9Active Prophylaxis
  • Track 10-10Immunoprophylaxis
  • Track 10-11Antiviral Research and Strategies
  • Track 10-12Antiviral Therapy and Resistance
  • Track 10-13Antivirals
  • Track 10-14Cytokines

Hepatitis is a medical condition defined by the inflammation of the liver and characterized by the presence of inflammatory cells in the tissue of the organ. Hepatitis A is an intense irresistible infection of the liver caused by the hepatitis A virus. Hepatitis B is an infectious disease caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) which affects the liver. It can cause both intense and chronic infections. HCV is spread primarily by blood-to-blood contact connected with intravenous drug use, inadequately cleaned therapeutic gear, and transfusions.

HTLV (human T-cell lymphotropic virus)

Human papilloma virus


SARS virus

Hepatitis Viruses

Delta Virus

West nile virus

  • Track 11-1HTLV (human T-Cell Lymphotropic Virus)
  • Track 11-2Human Papilloma Virus
  • Track 11-3HIV
  • Track 11-4SARS virus
  • Track 11-5Hepatitis Viruses
  • Track 11-6Delta Virus
  • Track 11-7West Nile Virus

Viral Respiratory Disease in Children

Viral Infections of the Fetus and Newborn

  • Track 12-1Viral Respiratory Disease in Children
  • Track 12-2Viral Infections of the Fetus & Newborn

Plant Virology is a field of Plant Pathology and Environmental sciences. Plant Pathology deals with Viruses & Virus like Pathogens and Diseases. In Plant Pathology major courses are Horticulture and Crop Science, Entomology or Microbiology.  Most plant viruses are RNA although some 80+ Viruses or DNA Viruses. Genomes of Plant viruses are comprise in Coding Region and Non coding Region Coding Region It expresses the proteins required to Viral Infection Cycle.

  • Track 13-1Biotechnology in Plant Viral Diseases
  • Track 13-2Wheat and Rice Viruses
  • Track 13-3Vegetable Viruses
  • Track 13-4Tobacco Viruses (TMV)
  • Track 13-5Grape Wine Leaf Roll Disease

Veterinary virology is the study of viruses in animals. It is an important branch of veterinary medicine. An emerging virus is a term applied to a newly discovered virus, one that is increasing in incidence or with the potential to increase in incidence. Zoonotic diseases/infections are those which can be naturally transmissible from vertebrate animals to humans. Prion disease represents a group of conditions that affect the nervous system in humans and animals.



African Swine Fever Virus

Swine Influenza


Avian Influenza

Foot-and-mouth disease virus









Bluetongue Virus


  • Track 14-1Rhabdoviruses
  • Track 14-2Bluetongue Virus
  • Track 14-3Flaviviruses
  • Track 14-4Toroviruses
  • Track 14-5Circoviruses
  • Track 14-6Arteriviruses
  • Track 14-7Paramyxoviruses
  • Track 14-8Influenza
  • Track 14-9Herpesviruses
  • Track 14-10Parvovirus
  • Track 14-11Foot & Mouth Disease Virus
  • Track 14-12Avian Influenza
  • Track 14-13Retroviruses
  • Track 14-14Swine Influenza
  • Track 14-15African Swine Fever Virus
  • Track 14-16Coronaviruses

Water-transmitted viral pathogens that are classified as having a moderate to high health significance which  include adenovirus, astrovirus, hepatitis A and E viruses, rotavirus, norovirus and other caliciviruses, and enteroviruses, including coxsackieviruses and polioviruses. Also, viruses that are excreted through urine like polyomaviruses and cytomegalovirus can potentially be spread through water.

Human Viruses in Water and Virus Pollution

Water Borne Diseases

Water parasitology

Toxins in Drinking Water

Water Analysis


  • Track 15-1Human Viruses in Water & Virus Pollution
  • Track 15-2Water Borne Diseases
  • Track 15-3Water Parasitology
  • Track 15-4Toxins in Drinking Water
  • Track 15-5Water Analysis

Significant point driving development of vaccine technology market join rising pervasiveness of contaminations, expanding government exercises for developing immunization over the globe, growing association interests in inoculation change, and rising exercises by non-government relationship for immunizations. Clinical trials are research concentrates that examine whether a therapeutic strategy, treatment, or gadget is safe and effective for people.

Bacteriophages & Phage biology



  • Track 16-1Bacteriophages & Phage biology
  • Track 16-2Mycovirus

Fungal infectious diseases or Medical mycology is the study of mycoses and variety of physiological conditions and environmental are contributing to evolution of fungal diseases . In immune-compromised hosts systemic fungal infections are usually seen due to the inhalation or localization of fungal spores may persistent of systemic fungal infections lead to pulmonary infections. Fungal infections are usually seen on skin, nails, and hair. Common fungal infections are intertrigo, thrush, and pityriasis versicolor, athlete’s foot, nail infections, ring worm of the body, ring worm of the groin.

Medical parasitology explains about Parasitic infectious diseases or parasitosis which or caused or transmitted by protozoa, helminths, ectoparasites and etc small parasitic organisms, that live off other organisms, or hosts, to survive. Some of the parasitic organisms certainly don’t affect their respective hosts. Parasitic organisms can affect practically all living beings, including mammals, plants and etc.

  • Track 18-1Emerging Viruses & Zoonosis
  • Track 19-1Viruses and Tumours