Symposium on Immunology of Human Diseases

Symposium on Immunology of Human Diseases

Symposium on Immunology of Human Diseases

Supported by New Mexico Consortium and Los Alamos National Laboratory

Venue: Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza, Santa Fe, NM, USA

Dates: July 28-31, 2019

Symposium Home Page and Registration Info

Immune systems, including both innate and adaptive immunity, sense, signal, and counter dangers posed by deadly pathogens, cancer, and environmental insults. Often, the outcomes of disease resolution are not always perfect in that immune dysregulation is caused by or linked to the development of autoimmunity, inflammatory diseases, chronic infections, neurological disorders, and cancers.  Due to rapid advances in molecular, cell, genome, and theoretical biology, researchers are able to define and model immune regulation or dysregulation and successful or defective immune response with increasing resolution and sophistication. These advances in the research of immunology of human diseases have an ever-increasing influence on translational studies aimed at developing more effective immunotherapies for disease treatment and prevention.

This year’s Symposium on Immunology of Human Diseases will be held July 28-31, 2019 at the Hilton Santa Fe Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, NM . The symposium will gather leading experts and early career researchers (junior faculty, post-docs, and students) from universities, national laboratories, and industries 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.

We hope you will participate in the Symposium on The Immunology of Human Diseases. All our participation will make this year’s Symposium another huge success.

NOTE: The night of July 29, 2018 is set aside for the Santa Fe Opera, which is an experience of a lifetime. Please join us.

Click here for the Symposium webpage and register for this event.