NEUROSCIENCE OF HIV INFECTION
Düsseldorf is an important banking and administrative center and as well as a center of iron and steel production.
Numerous attractions abound, including the church of St Lambertus, a fourteenth-century brick building, is easily recognizable by its tall twisted spire, while a short walk to the east is the stuccoed St Andreas, mausoleum of the Electors Palatine - who were among the seven princes who elected the Holy Roman Emperor.
The city's main thoroughfare,
the famously chic Königsallee with its elegant shopping arcades is
one of the world's most beautiful boulevards. And nearby reside beautiful
castles including the Benrath Palace and the Kaiserswerth.
with the 4th International Symposium on NeuroVirology
For further information -
The conference organizers are
pleased to announce that the 2002 Conference will be conducted in Association
with the 4th Annual Symposium on Neurovirology in Düsseldorf,
Germany in conjunction with the International
Society for NeuroVirology.
Further information will be posted as it is