After careful consideration of the evolving worldwide spread of COVID-19, it is with regret we announce the postponement of the 2nd Symposium on Immunology of Human Diseases. We believe this is best for the health and safety of symposium attendees and organizers. The new dates of the symposium will be communicated in the near future.
The symposium will gather leading experts and early career researchers (junior faculty, post-docs, and students) from universities, national laboratories, and industry to present and discuss recent advances in basic and translational science related to the Immunology of Human Diseases in an environment of relaxed and lively interaction to foster learning, discussion, and collaboration.
Topics will include:
- Cancer Immunology & Therapy
- Host-Pathogen Interaction & Immune Response
- Host Immunity & Microbiome
- Therapeutics & Vaccines
- Immunology & Therapy of Brain Diseases
- Immune System Modeling
- Immune Response, Inflammation, and Autoimmunity
The symposium will encourage and facilitate discussion and interactions between junior and senior scientists. The symposium will feature about 30 talks and 50 poster presentations. Some of the poster presenters will be chosen for short talks and/or support for the hotel and registration on the basis of the quality of science as presented in the abstract.
The 2nd Symposium on “Immunology of Human Diseases” partners with the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, the perfect Santa Fe lodging choice while in New Mexico. Staying at Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, you are centrally located in Santa Fe, steps from Lensic Performing Arts Center and the Georgia O’Keefe Museum. This 4-star hotel is also within close proximity of New Mexico Museum of Art and Santa Fe Plaza.
NOTE: The night of August 17, 2020 is set aside for the Santa Fe Opera featuring “The Magic Flute”, which is an experience of a lifetime. Please join us.
We invite you to participate in the 2nd Symposium on Immunology of Human Diseases. All our participation will make this year’s Symposium another huge success.
This year’s symposium is sponsored by the New Mexico Consortium.