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Global Virus Network Opens Headquarters in the University of Maryland BioPark
Date:4/11/2013

Medicine," said Sharon H. Hrynkow , Ph.D., Global Virus Network President. "We chose the City of Baltimore as the home of our global headquarters given Governor Martin O'Malley's strong support for global start-ups as well as the proximity to IHV, a GVN Center of Excellence, and still our greatest supporter.

"Joining Dr. Gallo as cofounders of the GVN are Dr. William Hall from Ireland and Dr. Reinhard Kurth from Germany.  With the UM BioPark's strong record of success in helping to grow young organizations, GVN has the best of all worlds," she added.  

About Global Virus Network (GVN)
The Global Virus Network (GVN) is a non-profit organization comprised of leading medical virologists from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and other nations.  The GVN's mission is to combat emerging pandemic viral threats and current viral killers through international collaborative research, training the next generation of medical virologists, education and advocacy.  For more information, please contact Nora Grannell at ngrannell@gvn.org.

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