9th International Influenza Meeting

September 5, 2024 - September 7, 2024

All day

University of Münster

The „9th International Influenza Meeting“, will take place from 05. – 07. September 2024 in Münster, Germany and the Registration and Abstract Submission are now open!

The 9th edition of this meeting will take place under the topic “from bedside to bedside”, bridging the gap from theoretical research to application. The meeting is being organized together with our colleagues from the French ResaFlu network in order to emphasize the aspect of internationality at the organizational level as well. The 9th International Influenza Meeting will feature an exciting programme with reports about new developments in the field of Influenza. We will provide a challenging scientific programme with plenary lectures and keynotes by invited speakers and selected oral and poster presentations.

The meeting offers a good opportunity to exchange new data and aspects of influenza research with scientists from Germany, France, Europe and all over the world.

Confirmed Speakers

  • Gülsah Gabriel (Hamburg l Germany)
  • Hiroki Kato (Bonn l Germany)
  • Nadia Naffakh (Paris l France)
  • Colin Russell (Amsterdam l The Netherlands)
  • Olivier Terrier (Lyon l France)
  • Richard Webby (Memphis l USA)


  • Innate and Adaptive Immunity
  • Evolution and Emerging Viruses
  • Transcription and Replication
  • Vaccines and Antivirals
  • Pathogenesis
  • Virus Host Cell Interaction

Abstract submission: Abstracts are welcome for oral and poster presentations on the topics mentioned above. Please submit your abstract online here: https://evis.events/event/399/abstracts/

Registration: Please register online here: https://evis.events/event/399/registrations/

Venue and date

University of Münster
Schlossplatz 2, 48149 Münster, Germany
5. – 07. September, 2024


FluResearchNet, ResaFlu Network, One Health Platform
c/o Prof. Dr. Stephan Ludwig
Institute of Virology
Von-Esmarch-Str. 56, 48149 Münster

For future information please visit the website of the FluResearchNet.