We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the second in our series of meetings on Innate Immune Memory. The meeting will bring together scientists and clinicians working in immunology and related areas, in particular those interested in epigenetic regulation of the immune system, cell metabolism, vaccine development and immunotherapy.
This conference will highlight current work on the adaptive features of the innate immune system and discuss how these features can be activated and regulated. We will also explore how it can be ‘trained’ by internal and external modulators and how this might be harnessed to develop new therapies to treat inflammatory diseases, infection and cancer.
We welcome abstracts from all areas relevant to the main themes of the meeting, for oral and poster presentations. A limited number of bursaries for PhD students are available. For full details, please visit the conference website.