The annual Cambridge Immunology Forum, supported by the British Society for Immunology's Cambridge Immunology Group, will be held at Queens' College Cambridge on 13 September 2019.
The 2019 meeting will focus on the complex and fascinating area of “Primary Immunodeficiencies”. It aims to bring together world leaders in primary immunodeficiencies to provide a platform for scientific discussion, collaboration and the promotion of this exciting and developing field of research.
Keynote speakers include:
- Prof Sophie Hambleton (Newcastle)
- Prof Christoph Hess (Cambridge)
- Prof Claudia Kemper (Washington DC)
- Prof Adrian Liston (Cambridge)
- Prof Anne Puel (Paris)
- Prof Ken Smith (Cambridge)
- Prof Stuart Tangye (Sydney)
After what will be an excellent opportunity for learning, discussions and networking, participants will have the chance to socialise over a formal dinner held at the College.
Additionally, PhD students and Postdoctoral scientists will have the chance to communicate their research during a poster session and a number of posters will be chosen by a professional jury to receive an award.
BSI members benefit from reduced registration rates to this meeting. There are limited spaces and registration will close on 6 September 2019. Register here.