We are scientists fighting the burden of major acute respiratory virus infections by fostering stakeholder communication and cross-disciplinary research in Europe.
All sessions of our ninth ESWI Influenza conference in 2023 are available!
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5 march 2024
Brussels & online
03.10.2023The Ninth ESWI Influenza Conference: Highlights
03.10.2023Australian discovery of change in ‘killer T cells’ could help fight against influenza
25.09.2023A computationally designed antigen eliciting broad humoral responses against SARS-CoV-2 and related sarbecoviruses
25.09.2023A Randomized Phase 2/3 Study of Ensitrelvir, a Novel Oral SARS-CoV-2 3C-Like Protease Inhibitor, in Japanese Patients with Mild-to-Moderate COVID-19 or Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 Infection: Results of the Phase 2a Part
25.09.2023Benefits of ensitrelvir in Covid-19 and long Covid highlighted in two studies
25.09.2023Is influenza B/Yamagata extinct and what public health implications could this have? An updated literature review and comprehensive assessment of global surveillance databases
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ESWI networks & communities
Influenza Diabetes Community
The Influenza Diabetes Community (IDC) unites scientists, healthcare professionals, patient -and other stakeholder organisations to discuss, share best practices and to network with the objective to raise awareness of the burden of influenza, Covid-19 and RSV in people living with diabetes.
Early Career Scientists Network
Some of the best and most innovative ideas come from early career scientists, they are the future of the influenza field. For this reason, ESWI has been actively encouraging the careers of early career scientists for many years.