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Cambridge Immunology Forum 2015

Co-Infection: A War on Two Fronts

Poster Cambridge Immunology Forum 2015BSI logoIn partnership with the British Society for Immunology


Queen's college, Cambridge – 24th September 2015

The Cambridge Immunology Forum has been running for 15 years with each meeting being focused on a single immunological theme and covering aspects from very basic science through to clinical application.  This year’s meeting will focus on the interactions that occur when more than one pathogen occurs. Click here for the Programme PDF 

Confirmed speakers:

John Grainger, Manchester

Andreas Bergthaler, Vienna, Austria

Julie Blander, New York, USA

Adam Cunningham, University of Birmingham, UK

Vishva Dixit, Genentech, USA

Lalita Ramakrishnan, University of Cambridge, UK

Alan Sher, NIH/NIAID, USA

Andreas Wack, The Francis Crick Institute, UK

Shona Wilson- University of Cambridge, UK

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We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Organisers:

Clare Bryant

Marc Veldhoen

Brian Ferguson

 

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