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2020 Frontiers in Immunobiology and Immunopathogenesis Symposium – Registration and Call for Abstracts

Friday, March 6, 2020 - 7:45am to 5:15pm

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Registration and Abstract submission are now open for the 2020 15th Annual Frontiers in Immunobiology and Immunopathogenesis Symposium. The Symposium will be held at the BIO5 Institute on Friday, March 6, 2020. Please join us and other researchers with broad interests in immunobiology and immunopathogenesis for stimulating scientific interactions. The event is free, but registration is required. For more information and to register please visit: https://frontiers.immunobiology.arizona.edu/

A highlight of the Symposium is the poster session, and we encourage poster abstracts from anyone wishing to share their research. In addition, some abstracts will be selected for short oral presentations. We especially encourage graduate students and postdocs to submit abstracts. The deadline for abstract submission is Friday, February 6, 2020 at 5PM. We ask that you register prior to submitting an abstract. For more information and to submit an abstract please visit: https://frontiers.immunobiology.arizona.edu/registration-and-abstract-su...

This year's Symposium will feature the following plenary lectures:

"Understanding Multiple Sclerosis Progression using Translational and Reverse-translational Approaches"
Dr. Jennifer Gommerman, University of Toronto

"Gastrointestinal Host-Pathogen Interaction in the Age of Microbiome Research"
Dr. Andreas Baumler, University of California, Davis School of Medicine

"Control of Innate Immunity by rRNA Accumulation & RNA Modification by N6-adenosine Methylation Enzymes"
Dr. Ian Mohr, New York University Langone Health

Sincerely,

John Purdy, Michael Johnson, and the Symposium Organizing Committee

Contact Name: 
John Purdy
Contact Department or Unit: 
Immunobiology