Jul
17-20

EMBO | EMBL Symposium – Innate immunity in host-pathogen interactions

This event will be held daily from
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Abstract submission deadline is April 24, 2022 and Virtual Registration deadline is July 10, 2022.

event info

Symposium Overview

This symposium provides a discussion platform for all scientists interested in the biology of infection. Cell biologists, microbiologists and immunologists will discuss in joint sessions recent progress in our understanding of host-pathogen interactions. Talks will focus on common processes, rather than particular infectious agents or host cell types, and the strategies of all major types of pathogens in their interaction with plants and animals will be covered. A better understanding of infectious diseases will come from the simultaneous analysis of microbial and host variables, which may open new avenues for treatment and prevention strategies.

Session Topics

  • Sensing pathogens
  • The cell biology of infection
  • Fungus-host interactions
  • Cell-autonomous immunity
  • Pathological consequences of infection and inflammation
  • Microbiota and pathogen control

 

What Past Participants Say about the Symposium

“This was my first conference at EMBL. It was well organised and I loved it! The topics covered under the umbrella of innate immune response were diverse. As a beginner in the field of immunology, this conference has cleared up lots of concepts.” – Sadaf Sulman, University of Leicester, UK

“The meeting had a great balance of breadth and depth, presenting the most current work in host-pathogen interactions.” – Elizabeth Hartland, Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Australia

“EMBL conferences are always of exceptional quality. It was no different this time. I had an amazing experience and was able to network effectively.” – Sudeep Bhushal, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany

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Organizer
EMBO | EMBL

Name: EMBO | EMBL
Website: https://www.embl.org/