ARE WE READY FOR THE NEXT PANDEMIC?

THE ESSENTIAL ROLES FOR INNOVATION AND PARTNERSHIPS

William Lee, PhD

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Vice President Research

Gilead Sciences Inc.

Prof. Peter baron Piot

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Executive Director - LSHTM

Co-discoverer of EBOLA

Prof. Heidi Larson

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Director - LSHTM

The Vaccine Confidence Project

On the occasion of the international AIDS Conference 2020 in San Francisco Bay, the Government of Flanders-Belgium organizes an executive luncheon to discuss challenges and progress in the fight against HIV. Meet with the pioneers and hear their insights on what it will take for our society to get rid of HIV. 

Join us for a seated lunch and network opportunity enjoying a view on the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Date and location

Friday October 18th, 2019

11:45 AM - 14:00 PM

The Rosewood Hotel

Private Room - Eucalyptus

Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park, CA 94028

Invitation only

This invitation is personal and non transferable.

Business Casual


RSVP by Sep 18 to sanfrancisco@fitagency.com

FROM JAN VAN EYCK TO PETER PIOT: CUTTING-EDGE CRAFTMANSHIP

In the 14-15th centuries, painters became Masters, craftsmen who were true artists, celebrated by their local community, the best of them worldwide renowned. It is no different today. Today's Masters are craftsmen and -women, geniuses, in other words, the best in their profession. They are artists, but also scientists, engineers, doctors, statesmen, etc. This Initiative celebrates them all, from Van Eyck to Piot.

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Jan Van Eyck, Virgin and Child with Canon van der Paele, 1434-36, oil on wood, Groeningemuseum, Bruges

500 YEARS OF INNOVATION

At the time, masters as Jan Van Eyck, Rogier Van der Weyden and Pieter Paul Rubens were pioneers in innovation, and simply amongst the best in the world. 

Today, Flanders is home to our 'New Flemish Masters' like Peter Piot, Paul Stoffels, Rudi Pauwels, Pieter Abbeel and many more. 

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