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2nd International Conference on Immune Tolerance
Date:3/31/2011

Interest in the immune tolerance field continues to grow. Following the successful First International Conference, held in Boston in October 2009, the Second International Conference on Immune Tolerance will bring together international delegates to share their latest research and insights into the mechanisms and treatment of many conditions, most notably in transplantation, autoimmune diseases, inflammation and cancer. This Conference is supported by the established journal Cellular Immunology, which publishes rapidly high-quality, peer-reviewed papers in this exciting field.

Topic List

  • Systems Approaches to Autoimmunity
  • Drivers of Inflammation
  • Effector and Regulatory Mechanisms of Autoimmunity
  • Triggering and Controlling Intestinal Immunity
  • Transplantation Tolerance
  • B Cell-dependent Autoimmunity
  • Next Generation Therapies

Abstract Submission deadline : Friday 1st July 2011

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The exciting program of invited speakers will be supported by up to 40 contributed oral presentations and related poster sessions. Contributions for consideration for inclusion in the program are very welcome and should be submitted using the 'Submit Online Now' link above by 1st July 2011.

Confirmed speakers include:


    Dr. Burkhard Becher, University Hospital of Zurich
    Dr. Richard Blumberg, Harvard University
    Dr. Daniel Cua, Shering-Plough Research Institute
    Dr. Betty Diamond, Columbia University
    Dr. Joan Goverman, University of Washington
    Dr. David Hafler, Yale University
    Dr. Percy Knolle, University of Bonn
    Dr. Robert Lechler, King's College London
    Dr. Claudia Mauri, University College London
    Dr. Steve Miller, Northwestern University
    Dr. Frank Nestle, King's College London
    Dr. Maria-Grazia Roncarolo, San Raffaele Vita-Salute University
    Dr. Nora Sarvetnick, University of Nebraska Medical Center
    Dr. Herman Waldmann, University of Oxford
    Dr. Steve Ziegler, Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason


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