ISEV will hold a "mini-workshop" on EV targeting to cells and tissues on February 27, 2019, at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA, USA, following a Mid-Atlantic EV Research Symposium at the nearby Wistar Institute on February 26. Both events are free-of-charge. During the mini-workshop, several short talks in the morning (US East Coast Time, EST) will be followed by a panel discussion/question-and-answer session. Spaces for the workshop are extremely limited (approximately 20-25), but the event will be webcast. Recordings of portions of the event may also be made available.

Please use the following survey to indicate your interest in joining the mini-workshop as well as any questions you would like to pose for the discussion segment of the event.

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* 1. Would you like to participate in the ISEV mini-Workshop?

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* 2. Pick the best answer about your participation:

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* 3. If you wish to participate, please provide your contact information

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* 4. Are you a member of ISEV?

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* 5. Describe your expertise or interest related to EV targeting to cells.

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* 6. What questions (up to 4) would you like to pose to the expert panel at the mini-workshop? In formulating questions, please provide enough background to make it understandable to both the speakers and the audience.

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* 7. If you provided questions above, please choose which you prefer:

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* 8. Which publications (up to 3) have been the most influential in building your understanding of how EVs can be targeted to cells or tissues (please give PMID or first author, journal, year):

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