Immunologists to share cutting-edge discoveries at annual workshop

White oral squamous cancer cell being attacked by two T cells

This white oral squamous cancer cell is being attacked by two cytotoxic T cells, which is part of the natural immune response. Researchers are creating personalized cancer vaccines by loading neoantigens from the patient’s tumor into nanoparticles. When these are presented with immune stimulants, the patient’s own immune system is activated and the cytotoxic T cells expand to fight the tumor.  Photo credit:  National Cancer Institute/Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine

2016 Immunology Interest Group
Training Workshop

September 7 - 8, 2016
National Conference Center
18980 Upper Belmont Place, Leesburg, VA

Immunologists of all experience levels will descend upon this annual workshop to interact and share their newest cutting-edge discoveries. The workshop will have the spirit of collaboration and mentorship as the scientists distinguish new ways to use immunology to advance public health. Journal editors and other invited experts will also actively participate in the discussions with senior scientist and trainees.

Summary Posted: Mon, 08/01/2016