Join scientists from the UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium to hear about the cutting-edge research that has been taking place to look at how differences in immune response to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, relate to how it affects each person.
In this virtual seminar from our Corporate Member, Fluidigm, Dr Brice Gaudilliere (Stanford School of Medicine) will discuss how his group applies mass cytometry and other proteomic technologies to obtain multi-omic views of clinical scenarios including surgery recovery, pregnancy and immune dysfunction.
The British Society for Immunology is joining forces with the Francis Crick Institute and Nature Portfolio to celebrate the International Day of Immunology 2021 with this virtual event, which will celebrate vaccines as one of the world's greatest successes. A panel of renowned scientists will explain how effective COVID-19 vaccines have been developed so quickly and highlight the remarkable achievements of other vaccination programmes from the past century.
'Collaborative Covid Immunology' is the UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium’s flagship event; a two-day virtual scientific conference offering both consortium collaborators and members of the wider immunology community a unique opportunity to gather virtually and hear from some of the world-class researchers working to understand the relationship between the immune system and SARS-CoV-2.