ICAR2020 has gone virtual and will be comprised of weekly webinars that feature invited speakers from the originally planned Seattle conference plus a few new speakers – internationally recognized experts who will address recent progress in antiviral drug development. ICAR2020 will take place this fall from September-December 2020.
Platinum Grant funding provided for ICAR2020 by:
ISAR ACTIONS TO ADDRESS RACISM
Over the past two days, ISAR joined #ShutDownSTEM #ShutDownAcademia #Strike4BlackLives, taking time to reflect on ways in which our Society could help eradicate anti-Black racism in academia and industry. As members of the global scientific community, we recognize that like other Institutions, ISAR is also a component of a system that has been complicit in racism and must therefore now strive to right these wrongs and empower marginalized voices. ISAR strongly believes that all voices, work, and opinions are equally important and ultimately the value of the contribution lies exclusively in the science. In order to advance the best science, it must be free from racial bias. ISAR commits to amplify black contributions to our scientific mission and will convene a committee to best determine how to operationalize that commitment. We are truly grateful for the dedication and contributions of all scientists to the field and we acknowledge that not all contributions have been equally recognized in the past.
ISAR Officers and Board of Directors
ISAR addressing diversity. ISAR elected, current and past presidents discuss the ongoing efforts to address diversity in the Society and the field.
ISAR leadership transition. New and past president’s messages and new elected officers.
Inventory of assays and models. Submit and view data for in vitro assays and in vivo models.
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