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The New York Academy of Sciences – Frontiers in Immunology symposium

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New York, USA
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For more than 200 years the New York Academy of Sciences has brought together those working at the frontiers of discovery, as one of the oldest scientific organisations in the United States. With a global community of more than 20,000 members, a network of the top leaders in science, industry, academia, government and public policy, the Academy have been taking on COVID-19 and other world-wide challenges. Their mission is to drive innovative solutions posed by these challenges by advancing scientific research, education and policy to spread knowledge and drive real-world solutions. To achieve these advancements the Academy host over 150 conferences and symposia annually via in-person and virtual events. 

Frontiers in Immunology will take place online and in New York, United States from 11 to 12 April 2023. The two-day symposium will convene researchers across the spectrum of immunology to discuss basic immunological questions with the goal of identifying novel therapeutic strategies for autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, infection and cancer. Session topics will include immune system homeostasis, long-term consequences of inflammation, neuroimmunology and many more. 

Abstract submissions are invited for a Poster Session. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 28 February 2023

Visit the conference website to browse the programme and register.