Abstract Topics

Abstract Topics

Abstract Submission to IPVC 2020 will be via three tracks: Basic science, Clinical research, and Public health/epidemiology. Scroll down to see the abstract topics for each track.

Basic Science

  • Taxonomy
  • Animal Models
  • Immunology
  • Regulation of Gene Expression
  • Transformation and Carcinogenesis
  • Structural Biology
  • Virus – Host Interactions
  • Virus Life Cycle
  • Genomics of HPV-associated Disease
  • Papillomavirus Vaccines (i.e New Developments)
  • Beta and Gamma Cutaneous HPV Infection, Biology, and Natural History
  • Microbiome
  • Other Basic Research

Clinical Research

  • HPV Diagnostics and Biomarkers for Early Detection and Prognosis of HPV-related Cancers
  • HPV Self-collection
  • Diagnosis and Management of Cervical Cancer and Its’ Precursors
  • Diagnosis and Management of Anal Cancer and Its’ Precursors
  • Cochrane reviews of HPV vaccination and screening
  • Diagnosis and Management of Oropharyngeal, Head and Neck Cancer
  • Diagnosis and Management of Genital and Skin Warts
  • Diagnosis and Management of HPV-associated Skin Lesions Other than Warts
  • Prophylactic Vaccines – Clinical Aspects
  • Therapeutic Vaccines – Clinical Aspects
  • Management of HPV disease in HIV-infected People
  • Treatment of Precancer in Low-resource Settings
  • Cochrane Reviews of HPV Vaccination and Screening
  • Treatment of HPV-related Disease
  • Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis
  • Other Clinical Research

Public Health / Epidemiology

  • Global Impact of HPV and Cervical Cancer Prevention
  • Quality Standards and Methods for Economics and Mathematical Modelling: HPV-FRAME
  • Epidemiology: Natural History/Risk Factors
  • Screening for HPV-related Disease: Implementation, Evaluation and Impact
  • Vaccination: Implementation, Evaluation and Impact
  • Economics and Mathematical Modelling
  • Primary HPV VS Co-testing with HPV and Cytology
  • Psychological Aspects on HPV-related Interventions
  • Dissemination/Communication Research
  • Elimination
  • Other Public Health/Epidemiology Research