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2019 UK Natural Killer Cells Workshop

This one-day workshop is one of the highlights in the calendar of UK experts in Natural Killer (NK) cells. With more than 10 years of tradition, this workshop has a friendly environment that fosters communication and collaboration.
When Jan 11, 2019
from 09:15 AM to 05:15 PM
Where St John’s College, Cambridge
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NK cells are key targets for new immunotherapies and knowledge of NK cell

biology is fundamental to develop new therapies. The primary audience is

immunologists. The main learning objective is to update the attendants on the

latest developments in NK cell research with relevance to, for example, oncology

and infectious diseases.


Scientific Committee:

Dr Francesco Colucci (University of Cambridge)

Dr James Traherne (University of Cambridge)

Hormas Ghadially (Medimmune)


Programme, registration and absract submission


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