The Clinical Working Party of the European Society of Immunodeficiencies Multidisciplinary Symposium on the Immunological Consequences of Targeted Immune Therapies (ESID 2021) is a unique symposium bringing together professionals from different fields to share their expertise in the treatment and management of acquired immunodeficiencies.
The BSI West of Scotland Immunology Group is pleased to bring you their annual Delphine Parrott Memorial Lecture as part of the BSI Regional and Affinity Group webinar series. This year's speaker is Prof Pamela Björkman from the California Institute of Technology.
The BSI London Immunology Group is pleased to bring you their annual meeting in collaboration with the BSI Neuroimmunology Affinity Group. This meeting will showcase areas where the immune system interacts with the neuronal and stromal compartments to maintain tissue homeostasis and to orchestrate tissue responses to infectious and inflammatory challenges.
The ICIS is the world’s largest multidisciplinary organization advancing both fundamental and clinical research specific to the role of cytokines in health and disease. Their 9th Annual Meeting, 'Celtic cytokines sensing and interpreting cytokine & interferon cues', will be a hybrid event combining the physical event at the Cardiff City Hall with a custom Virtual Meeting platform.
The biennial UKPIN conference is the UK Primary Immunodeficiency Network’s (UKPIN) flagship event and a must-attend conference for scientists and clinicians involved in the healthcare of patients with primary immunodeficiencies, or in research into these diseases.
Hosted by Professor Caetano Reis e Sousa from The Francis Crick Institute, the 8th edition of Medicine at the Crick will focus on our current understanding of innate immune sensing of nucleic acids and review its role in immunity to infection, cancer, autoinflammation and autoimmunity.
The NCRI Festival: Making cancer research better together will feature a number of topical sessions, panel discussions, debates and co-creation sessions on strategic topics, as well as proffered paper presentations highlighting the latest cancer research.
The British Society for Immunology Congress 2021 will take place from Sunday 28 November to Wednesday 1 December 2021 in Edinburgh, UK. Abstract submission is now open!