Welcome to the European Society for Translational Antiviral Research

In Memoriam: Flight MH17

With great sorrow and unbelief we heard the terrible news that many appreciated colleagues who were active in the fight against HIV, were on flight MH17 that crashed in Ukraine.

We think about our beloved and inspiring colleague professor Joep Lange and his partner Jacqueline van Tongeren.

Joep has been of incredible value for the field and has made huge efforts to make antiretroviral therapy accessible throughout all areas of the world. He touched our lives with his energy, vision and knowledge. 

We also remember Pim de Kuijer, Lucie van Mens, Glenn Thomas and Martine de Schutter who were all active and passionate members of our community.

We are devastated about the loss of our colleagues and so many other innocent people.
Our thoughts and prayers are with their family, friends and team members.

On behalf of the ESAR Board,

Charles Boucher
Annemarie Wensing
Antoinet van Kessel

The European Society for translational Antiviral Research (ESAR) aims to unite scientists and clinicians throughout Europe to expand knowledge on resistant viruses and to investigate the molecular epidemiology of drug-resistant viruses in Europe from Public Health and scientific perspectives. ESAR will act as a collaborative non-profit network for scientific studies, quality control, guidelines and training activities.

For more information about the Society please follow this link.


ESAR Fall Meeting 2014

The ESAR fall 2014 meeting for Board & Council members will take place on Monday November 24th and Tuesday November 25th.
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New Council

During the last ESAR meeting in Barcelona the ESAR Council for 2014-2017 has been inaugurated.
You can see the names of the country representatives via the following link.