ICI 2016 Courses – Registration Open!

March 2, 2016

Don’t miss the chance to find out the latest in immunotherapy for cancer, allergic diseases, autoimmune diseases, transplantation immunology and the new developments in diagnosis and treatment of primary immunodeficiency diseases. These are just some of the topics that will be presented at the Clinical Immunology Course.

Want to hear an update on antigen presentation, B cell development, positive and negative selection, and regulatory T cells? Register for the Basic Immunology Course where you will also find out how innate cells influence immune responses and the role of MAIT cells.

These two first-class courses will be presented by top international lecturers listed below who have been carefully selected for their expertise in the field as well as lecturing skills.

The courses are on offer to ICI 2016 registrants only and will be held concurrently on Sunday 21 August at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre followed by the ICI 2016 Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception. Places are limited so be sure to register early via the online registration form at the time of registering for the main program.


 

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