14th International Congress of Immunology (Aug. 22-27, 2010)

October 14, 2011Education Committee (EDU)

Kobe, Japan

The Education Committee provided 10,000USD to support students from the developing world to attend the International Congress.
The recipients and their submitted abstracts are:

  • Abdelmagid Nada, from Sudan, studying at Karolinska Institute
    Abstract 1366: “Genetic regulation of innate immune responses after nerve injury”
  • Gavriliuc Oana, from Roumania, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Victor Babes, Timisoara
    Abstract 3343: “Mesenchymal stem cells – linking immunomodulation with pancreatic regeneration in Type 1 diabetes”
  • Hadis Usriansyah, from Indonesia, studying at the Institute of Immunology, Hannover Medical School
    Abstract 2035: “Retinoic acid dependent gut homing is essential for oral tolerance mediated by regulatory T cells”
  • Luo Feifei, from Shanghai Medical College, Fudan University, China
    Abstract 1549: “Long-term therapeutic effect of Toll-like receptor-1 and 2 agonist on lung cancer by reciprocal control of effector and regulatory T-cell function”
  • Mizbani Amir, from Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, University of Tehran, Iran
    Abstract 1125: “Recombinant Leishmania tarentolae expressing the A2 virulence gene as a novel candidate vaccine against visceral leishmaniasis”
  • Mollik Ariful Haque, from Peoples Integrated Alliance, Bangladesh
    Abstract 67: “Medicinal plants are popularly used for common veterinary diseases by the inhabitants of Gopalganj district in Bangladesh”
  • Ali Riyasat, from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), India
    Abstract 2033: “Humoral and mucosal immune response to immunodominant peptides of YscF antigen of Yersinia pestis: An Immunoprophylactic approach to plague infection”
  • Reyes Paz, from Universidad Andres Bello, Chili
    Abstract 843: “Altered microenvironment from lupic mice affects the development of systemic lupus erythematosus”
  • Wei Hairong, from Institute of Immunology, China
    Abstract 1746: “Inhibitory receptor NKG2A tempers natural killer cell activity in active chronic hepatitis B patients”
  • Allie Nasiema, from Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine, South Africa
    Abstract 2400: “Tumour Necrosis Factor Alpha produced by macrophages and neutrophils is required for initial pulmonary protective innate immune responses but is dispensable for protective immunity during persistent M. tuberculosis infection”

 

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