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7th International Conference on Tularemia 2012

Breckenridge, Colorado, Beaver Run Resort

The International conference on Tularemia occurs every three years and was last held in Berlin, Germany in 2009. The objective of the conference is to bring together scientists worldwide studying pathogenesis, cell biology, genomics, proteomics, animal models, diagnostics, vaccines, therapeutics, clinical features, ecology, epidemiology and host response to Francisella. The meeting will be comprised of keynote speakers, invited oral presentations, oral presentations selected from abstracts, moderated discussions, poster presentations, and plentiful opportunities for attendee conversation. 2012 also marks the 100th anniversary of the first isolation of Francisella tularensis in Tulare County, California. To commemorate this anniversary, this meeting will feature a session highlighting the major discoveries in F. tularensis research over a century

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TULISOC-Logo: Historical picture of Francisella tularensis
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