Virology Education aims at supporting the medical community in the process of discovering, researching, treating and ultimately curing infectious diseases. Our activities include the initiation and organization of real-time and online platforms for international interchange, knowledge-sharing and education for medical professionals.
We started our activities in a university setting in 1998. Our first project was an interactive course in HIV Resistance and Resistance Assays at Stanford University, directed by Dr. Charles Boucher, Dr. Jonathan Schapiro and Dr. Thomas Merigan. This first project showed us the great need for knowledge-sharing among experts, translation of scientific data to daily clinical care and further education of professionals in the field of HIV treatment. Since then we have initiated and organized multiple programs to support the medical community in providing the best treatment for infected patients.
We are incessantly reviewing the need for education and international scientific forums on topics that need independent scientific attention. If you know of existing or emerging needs for interchange and/or education on important medical topics, we would like to invite you to contact us. We will do our best to develop tailored programs in order to advance the field.