This BSI-NCRI joint session is the first in our “Immune repertories in cancer: T and B cells” series of webinars. This webinar will take place on Thursday 28 January from 14:00 to 15:00 GMT and is free for all. Professor Lindy Durrant and Dr Michele Mishto will discuss common post-translational modifications to peptides that can be recognised by T cells in cancer, and the potential benefits of using unconventional T cell epitopes in cancer immunotherapy.
The Royal Society will hold the online Theo Murphy international scientific meeting on 1-2 February 2021. This meeting will focus on how bidirectional interactions between T and B cells can underpin the development of autoimmune diseases, bringing together international leaders to share emerging biological insights in this area and explore their therapeutic implications.
A virtual conference from the Wellcome Genome Campus, 'Immunogenomics of Disease: Accelerating to Patient Benefit' will take place on 10-12 February 2021. This conference aims to bring together scientists working in molecular immunology, functional genomics and immune-mediated disease genetics to showcase recent findings in the field of immunogenomics.
The next event from the Francis Crick Institute's 'Medicine at the Crick' series, 'The new medicine of DNA repair pathways: damage repair vulnerabilities in cancer', will take place virtually on 11 February 2021 from 14:00-17:20 GMT.
The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh will hold their Online Symposium 'The Public's Health after Covid: science and social justice' on Wednesday 14 April 2021. Fifteen months after COVID-19 arrived in the UK, the College has convened eminent scientists to describe how they experienced and sought to overcome COVID-19 and suggest how to build a better ‘new normal’ and prepare for future pandemics.
The Eberhard-Karls-University Tübingen and the German Society for Immunology will hold their 4th conference “Novel Concepts in Innate Immunity NCII 2021” online from 26-28 May 2021.
The 6th European Congress of Immunology will take place in Belgrade, Serbia on 1-4 September 2021.
The British Society for Immunology Congress 2020 was originally due to take place from Monday 30 November to Thursday 3 December 2020 in Edinburgh UK but, due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, it has now been rescheduled to Sunday 28 November to Wednesday 1 December 2021.
The 2nd International Congress of Micro-Immunotherapy has been rescheduled to 02-04 June 2022. The theme of the conference is metabolic reprogramming and immunity. Scientists and healthcare professionals from around the world will meet to share their experience on important issues related to basic discoveries and innovative therapies for chronic inflammation, metabolic diseases such as diabetes, auto-immunity and cancer.
The International Veterinary Immunology Symposium will take place in the Kruger National Park, South Africa, from 8-12 August 2022. The symposium is held every three years in association with the International Congress of Immunology and brings Industry, Government, and Academic specialists together to provide an update and overview of new, cutting-edge information in basic and applied veterinary immunology.