TWiV live in Dublin

Join us for a live-streaming episode of This Week in Virology from the Society for General Microbiology 2012 Spring Conference in Dublin, Ireland. My guests for this special episode are Connor Bamford, Wendy BarclayRichard Elliott, and Ron Fouchier.  Watch the live stream below which starts on Monday, 26 March at 3:30 PM GMT (10:30 AM EST | 7:30 AM PST). If you have questions during the broadcast you can tweet them using the #TWiV hash tag.

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  • Alan Dove

    I’m looking forward to watching this. For others who are planning to do so, bear in mind that Ireland starts Daylight Saving time on Sunday night. Assuming the meeting’s schedule adjusts accordingly (and doesn’t track GMT, which is an absolute reference and doesn’t change for daylight time), the show will be on at 11:30 EDT/8:30 PDT.

  • According to the World Clock meeting planner at, 3:30 Dublin time on Monday is 10:30 EDT, with the hour shift.

  • Also if anybody is interested in what’s going at the rest of the conference I know a few people – me included – will be live tweeting some of the sessions on the official tag: #sgmdub

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  • Gary Foster

    can we watch this again later.

  • Jody Lanard M.D.

    Will this live stream be available as an archive afterwards? I missed the beginning!

    Thanks — Jody Lanard M.D.

  • Alan Dove

     Crap, now I find out. Oh, well, the last few minutes of it looked great.

  • Richard Scrase

    Some of these lectures will be available on the Society for General Microbiology website within the next few weeks.

  • Don’t worry everyone, the video of TWiV 177 will go up this weekend, so you can see the whole thing.

  • Adam Obr

    It’s absolutely wrong and somewhat stupid situation that Fouchier couldn’t actually say a thing. I’d like to see this debate in full version.. :-/