Among its myriad stimulating and timely offerings, the ISEV 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting ((https://www.eventscribe.com/2020/ISEV/) ), live-streamed July 20-22, and on-demand until September 21, offered 23 Educational Presentations, featured in 6 different sessions during the 3-day live-streamed meeting. These sessions were intended to convey significant background information on the ever-widening impact of extracellular vesicles (EVs), including exosomes, on virtually all of biology and medicine. The 23 10-minute educational presentations were delivered by world leaders in their fields. Below is an outline of the Education Sessions, with descriptions of the 23 different presentations and backgrounds on the distinguished presenters and session moderators. Each of the six Education Sessions will include a 15-minute Q&A discussion at its end. Although the live-streamed sessions ended July 22, all meeting presentations are available to all registrants until September 21. You can still register and access all meeting material at the following link: https://www.isev.org/mpage/2020Registration. The first education session "Introduction & EV Position Papers" was presented on Monday and was briefly introduced by Edit Buzás, MD, PhD, ISEV Executive Chair for Education; Core Member, TRAIN-EV; Professor & Chair, Department of Genetics, Cell Biology, and Immunobiology; Head, Extracellular Vesicles Group; Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. This was followed by 10-minute presentations of three EV position papers.
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