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Immunological Memory

Bush House, Strand Campus, King's College London

 

The British Society for Immunology's London Immunology Group is hosting a half day meeting on “Immunological Memory” on 5 April 2019 in London, UK, that will feature talks from experts in the field of immune cell memory.

The aim of this meeting is to advance knowledge and understanding of the features of immunological memory and to promote new collaborations around this theme. This meeting is open to all and we hope a dynamic discussion will follow. We look forward to welcoming you to London. 


Programme

The event will start at 10am featuring four local and national speakers for 30 minute presentations and will finish at 1pm with a networking lunch to follow from 1pm to 2pm. A full programme will be online shortly. Current confirmed speakers include:

  • Prof Benny Chain (University College London) - Collective decision-making in T cells: the role of the cluster 
  • Dr Dimitra Peppa (University of Oxford) - Natural Killer cells in HIV infection: from inmate to adaptive
  • Dr John Tregoning (Imperial College London) - Inducing T cells to protect against viral infection
  • Dr Helen Weavers (University of Bristol) - Priming the wound inflammatory response:insights from Drosophila genetics, live imaging and computational modelling

Registration

Online registration is now open. BSI membership provides you with many benefits that can help you progress your career

BSI Member Full & Early Careers

£20

BSI Member Postgraduate member (PhD & Masters)

£10

BSI Member Concessionary member (includes parental leave career breaks, retired, emeritus retired)

£10

Non-Member Full & Early Careers

£35

Non-Member Postgraduate (PhD & Masters)

£25

Non-Member Concessionary member (includes parental leave career breaks, retired, emeritus retired)

£25

Undergraduate (membership is free)

£10


Sponsors

If you would like to enquire about sponsorship opportunities, please email Jane Sessenwein

  

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