Arch Virol (2005) 150: 844 DOI 10.1007/s00705-005-0513-1 Announcement ICTV Meetings at the International Congress of Virology, San Francisco th th The ICTV Plenary Session will be held during the Congress between 24 and 29 July. st nd The exact date, time and location will be announced at the Congress. On 21 ,22 and rd 23 July, the ICTV Executive Committee will meet to discuss taxonomic business including new proposals for changes to the current taxonomy of viruses.Virologists wishing to make tax- onomic proposals should do so via an appropriate member of the Executive Committee or Study Group Chair. Contact details are available at http://www.danforthcenter.org/iltab/ictvnet or can be obtained from either ICTV Secretary (Mike Mayo at firstname.lastname@example.org or Claude Fauquet at email@example.com). The agenda of the Plenary Session will contain reports from members of the Executive Committee outlining developments since the previous Plenary Session in Paris in 2002. Time will be allowed for questions from the ﬂoor. Voting on constitutional matters including the appointment of new members of the Execu- tive Committee will take place as usual. In addition, the Executive Committee plans to ask the Virology Division to sanction a change to the ICTV Statutes to widen the voting membership to include all members of the ICTV subcommittees, which consist mainly of Study Group Chairs. If approved, this new procedure will be used at the 2005 Plenary Session. Voting on taxonomic proposals will be by direct polling of ICTV members and will not take place during the 2005 Plenary Session. Verleger: Springer-Verlag GmbH, Sachsenplatz 4–6, 1201 Wien, Austria. – Herausgeber: Dr. M. H. V. Van Regenmortel, Ecole Superieure ´ de Biotechnologie de Strasbourg (ESBS), Parc d’Innovation, Boulevard Sebastian ´ Brandt, 67400 Illkirch, France. – Redaktion: Sachsenplatz 4–6, 1201 Wien, Austria. – Satz und Umbruch: Thomson Press (India) Ltd., Chennai, India. – Offsetdruck: Holzhausen Druck & Medien GmbH, Holzhausenplatz 1, 1140 Wien, Austria. – Herstellungsort: Wien, Austria. – Printed in Austria.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 1, 2005
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