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WHAT'S NEW  ::  Meetings


Cell Symposium: Human Immunity
October 22, 2017 - October 24, 2017

Banff, Canada


Immunologists study the immune system to benefit human health, as a multitude of disorders, ranging from cancer to infectious, autoimmune and metabolic diseases, have an underlying basis rooted in immunity. While we have experienced important advances in immune-based therapies for many types of diseases in recent years, the complexity of human biology and the diversity that makes each of us unique poses outstanding challenges to translate basic knowledge into effective treatments. In addition, the technological advances and the advent of big data approaches also offer incredible opportunities to discover new biological principles that govern the functioning of the human immune system during homeostasis and disease.


- Mapping the Human Immune System
- Individuals and Populations: Understanding Variation in the Immune System
- Learning Mechanism from Human Disease
- The Human Immune Response to Cancer
- From Mechanism to Vaccines and Back

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