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CANCELLED || 5th International Immunological Memory and Vaccine Forum || CANCELLED

We have been informed that, in accordance with the regulations of the Berlin Senate Chancellery, we have to cancel the symposium.

We regret this, but safety is of course our first priority. We hope to be able to make up the meeting at a later date.

For the time being we wish you all the best and hope to welcome you healthy in Berlin later this year or in 2021.

With best regards,

Katrin Moser

On behalf of the organizers Koji Tokoyoda, Chiara Romagnani and Andreas Radbruch

 

This joint Symposium of the Chiba University, the University of Tokyo, and the Deutsches Rheuma-Forschungszentrum Berlin will provide an international platform for leading immunologists and young scientists for intense discussion of this controversial field, probing old paradigms and presenting new discoveries.
The program will include a Keynote Lecture, six Symposia covering the topics 1) Education for tolerance and memory, 2) Memory maintenance: Resident or on the move, 3) Memory maintenance: Resting or active, 4) Education of immune system by microbiota, 5) Evading pathogen, and 6) Bad memories and a Poster Session. Some abstracts will be selected for oral presentations.

The symposium is free of charge.

Abstract submission
March 16, 2020. Please send a pdf with: title, authors, affiliation, abstract max. 2000 characters including space

Registration deadline
April 10, 2020

Contact
for abstract submission and registration: Dr. Katrin Moser (moser@drfz.de).

Venue
Paul-Ehrlich Lecture Hall, Charité -Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Charitéplatz 1, Campus Address: Virchowweg 4
DRFZ Berlin
Charitéplatz 1, Campus Address: Virchowweg 12

Organizers
Koji Tokoyoda, Chiara Romagnani and Andreas Radbruch

About the IIMVF
The IIMVF was launched in 2012 by the Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University, Japan. Since then, the symposium is taking place alternately in Japan (2013), La Jolla, USA (2014 and 2019, co-organized by the University of California San Diego Immunology Initiative) and Berlin (2015 and 2020, co-organized by the DRFZ).
Angeborene Immunität Prof. Dr. Chiara Romagnani Tel +49 (0)30 28460-681 romagnani@drfz.de Zur Person
Wissenschaftlicher Direktor Prof. Dr. Andreas Radbruch Tel +49 (0)30 28 460-601 durez@drfz.de Zur Person