Immunology Research 2019
About the Conference
The EuroSciCon takes pleasure of announcing 23rd Edition Of International Conference On Immunology And Evolution Of Infectious Diseases from April 29-30, 2019 at London, UK. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Revolutionary advanced research on Immunology and Infectious Diseases" which provides an international platform for discussion of present and future summons in Advancements of immunology in curing the deadly infectious diseases, expertise meeting and review of research. World-leading Immunologists, Microbiologists, Biochemists, Scientists, Doctors and Doctorates will present cutting-edge and practical immunological techniques and methods with accepted evidence and will introduce new and emerging research.
Immunology Research 2019 is the perfect platform for the interaction among specialists, directors, professors, medical, surgical, miscellaneous faculties, experts, scientists, reputed research institutes, universities and medical schools and mainly accelerating the scientific discoveries in the field of Immunology and Infectious Diseases around the world
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Global Immunology Market to Reach $74.2 Billion By 2022
The complexity of the immune system has led to some intrinsic obstacles with clinical research, particularly in relation to targeting the right genes, identifying the appropriate patient population and accessing internal tissues for testing. Market access presents a significant hurdle for immunotherapeutic procedures, as many are high cost and do not deliver the measurements required for traditional cost-effectiveness assessments. Despite these restraining factors, The Global Immunology Market is expected to experience continued growth, from $61.5 Billion in 2015 to $74.2 Billion in 2022, at 2.71% CAGR.
Immune-mediated deadly infectious diseases are a very common set of chronic disorders that affect 5–7% of world populations. Although they are often disparate in terms of their symptoms and key patient demographics, they are pathophysiological linked, being characterized by disregulation of immune pathways and an inappropriate immune response. Generally, disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs, a highly generalized class of systemic small-molecule-based agents, are used in the first-line treatment of these diseases. These are supplemented in many cases by shorter-term glucocorticoid therapy, another class of highly generalized systemic agents.
However, these therapies often fail to elicit an adequate response; a large second-line therapy has emerged in markets, beginning with the approval of Remicade and Enbrel in 1998. This segment largely consists of premium systemic monoclonal Antibodies that are highly commercial and successful with their widespread usage and high cost. Though the patents for many of these mAbs are being expired during the forecast period, the market is expected to experience continued growth.
Though the patents for these mAbs are being expired during the forecast period, the market is expected to experience continued growth, from $61.5 billion in 2015 to $74.2 billion in 2022, at a compound annual growth rate of 2.71%.
- What factors are driving the market growth?
- How can the factors limiting growth are overcome?
- Very large pharmaceutical pipeline for immunology, consisting of 1,838 active products is being developed. However, the commercial performance of the products in the late-stage pipeline is expected to be moderate.
- What gaps in the market are being addressed by the most promising of these late-stage pipeline products?
- Several key commercially successful products, including Humira (adalimumab) and Remicade, are due to lose patent protection in the forecast period.
- How will this affect their revenues in this period?
- The key players in the market, all of which are among the top 20 pharmaceutical companies, are expected to maintain their market lead throughout the forecast period.
- What is driving this continued market dominance?
- Who will the new market players be?
Reasons to buy:
This report will allow you to
- Apprehend the present clinical and industrial landscape by considering disease pathogenesis and diagnostic treatment options available at each stage of Infection
- Envisage the composition of immunology market across every indication, in terms of dominant molecule targets, highlighting the key commercial assets and players
- Analyze the pipeline of immunology and stratify its developmental stage, molecular target along with molecule type and with its granular breakdown across key indications
- Acknowledge the growth of patient epidemiology and market revenues for the immunology globally and across the key players and product types
- Laminate the market in terms of the split between generic and premium products and assess the role of product types in treating varied immunological disorders
- Identify industrial opportunities in immunology by analyzing trends in licensing and co-development deals
Session & Tracks
TRACK 01: Classical Immunology
Immunology the branch of life sciences deals with physiology of immune system in disease and infection. The central science of immunology, Deals with functioning and interaction of immune system with the foreign particle. The traditional approach to immunology takes into account the association between immunity, pathogens, and medicine. Immunology alone is the study of response of an organism to antigenic challenge and its recognition of “self”.
Classical immunology deals with the relationship between the body systems, pathogens, and immunity. The immune system is composed of the orchestrated activities of many cell types designed to protect the host from microbes, toxins, and tumour formation.
- Clinical outcomes in Hematopoietic stem cell disorders
- Tumor Immunology
- Translational Immunology
- Immune Tolerance
- Cellular Immunology
- Immuno nutrition
TRACK 02: Immunomics and Immunoinformatics
Immunomics is also a discipline like genomics and proteomics. It is a science, which specifically combines Immunology with computer science, mathematics, chemistry, and biochemistry for large-scale analysis of immune system functions. It aims to study the complex protein–protein interactions and networks and allows a better understanding of immune responses and their role during normal, diseased and reconstitution states.
The immune system being the complex network of human body, understanding it is one of the most accepting challenging. Research in immunology is carried on understanding the mechanisms underlying the human defense centre and to develop immunological drugs. Recent technological innovations in genomics and proteomics transformed the research work in immunology. Sequencing of human and other model organism genomes produced increasingly higher volumes of immunological, clinical and functional data. Recent advances in computational biology made easy to understand and organize these large scale data which lead to Computational immunology or Immunoinformatics.
Immunoinformatics is a branch of bioinformatics deals with phylogenetic analysis and modeling of immunological data and problems. It encompasses the study and design of algorithms for mapping potential B- and T-cell epitopes, which lessens the time and cost required for laboratory analysis of pathogen gene products. Using this information, an immunologist can explore the potential binding sites, which, in turn, leads to the development of new vaccines. This methodology is termed reverse vaccinology and it analyses the pathogen genome to identify potential antigenic proteins. This is advantageous to conventional methods from cultivating and extracting the antigenic proteins from a pathogen. Hence it is capable of identifying virulence genes and surface-associated proteins.
- Immunomic micro array analysis
- Cellular mapping tools
- Genome regulation networks
- Disclosure of antigen-antibody relationship
- Genomics and Proteomics of Immunology
- Cellular Epitope Predictions
- Integration and Analysis of Immunological Data
- Immune System Modelling
- Vaccine and Cancer Informatics
TRACK 03: Clinical Immunology
Clinical Immunology has evolved over the past 2 years from a predominant laboratory base to a combined clinical and laboratory specialty. The clinical work of Immunologists is essentially out-patient based and involves primary immunological disorder, allergy, autoimmune rheumatic disease and hypersensitivity with joint pediatric clinics for children with immunodeficiency and allergy and immunoglobulin infusion clinics for patients with antibody deficiency.
On the laboratory front, authorized Immunologists are responsible for directing diagnostic immunology services and perform a wide range of duties including clinical liaison, interpretation and validation of results, quality assurance and assay development.
- Endotypes & phenotypes in Chronic Rhinosinusitis
- Clinical manifestation and IgE recognition
- Immune mediated Neurological syndromes
- Oral immunotherapy
- Clinical outcomes in hematopoietic stem cell disorders
- Immunological aspects of Endocrine system and Renal diseases
- Allergy & clinical immunology
- Vaccination and immunotherapy
- Drug allergy
- Clinical studies and Genomics
- Stem cell therapy
Immune-mediated neurological syndromes
TRACK 04: Immunological Disorders
Immune system is an organized intricate network of cells and organs that protects our body from invading foreign pathogens. This defence centre provides immunity which provides shelter from both disease and infection. Disfunctioning of such supportive centre leads to Immune deficiency, which in turn induce Immunodeficiency disorders. These disorders impair the immune system’s ability to defend the invading foreign cells. They are primarily caused by genetic mutations and are inherited. Secondarily immune deficiencies are acquired from a foreign pathogen like virus or by using immune suppression drugs.
There’s a situation where the immune system attacks the healthy cells within, which induce infection and disease termed as autoimmune disease. These in turn affects many parts of the body. These are more likely to occur in women of American countries.
- Inflammatory arthritis
- Autoimmune diseases
- Influenza virus and Immune system
- HIV & AIDS
- Infectious diseases and Immune system regulation
- Inflammatory infectious diseases
- Bacterial and Viral Infections
- Viral-Bacterial Confection
Infectious diseases are caused by harmful pathogens such as virus, bacteria, fungi and protozoa and spread via direct or indirect contact. Infections can be transmitted from animal to person and from person to person. Diseases can spread through exchange of bodily fluids from sexual contact and during blood transfusion. It is also possible to contract an infectious disease from an inanimate object which has previously been contaminated with pathogen. Some infectious organisms live naturally in the surrounding environment but cannot be transmitted from person to person. Examples of these pathogens include anthrax and histoplasmosis or blastomycosis. There are many recent tools available for the study of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Herpes virus, Influenza virus, and many more infectious diseases.
- Haemorrhagic fever
- Yellow fever and Rabies
- Anthrax and Measles
- Malaria and Chickungunya
- Tick-borne Diseases
- HIV & Polio virus
- Zika virus & West Nile virus
TRACK 06: Infectious Disease Drivers
Infectious disease can be catastrophic, and sometimes lethal, to the host. Most of the disease drivers show a significant degree of host specificity.
During infection process each stage is hindered by varied defense mechanisms. When host system is open to invading pathogen, host infectivity is determined by stability and mode of transmission outside the infectious agent. Few infectious diseases like anthrax are transmitted by heat resistant spores. While others such as HIV are spread only exchange of body fluids as they are unable to survive as infectious agents outside the body.
When a microbe is profitably settled onto infection site of host, incidence of disease and infection happens and secrete toxins that transmit to other parts of the body. Extracellular parasites advance by direct extension of the focus of infection through the lymphatic and the bloodstream.
- Bacterial infectious agents
- Viral infectious agents
- Fungal infectious agents
- Parasitic infectious agents
TRACK 07: Immune Adverse Effects
The immune system plays a key role in the healthy life of an individual. It offers resistance from disease and infection by recognition of invading foreign particle and later eliminating from the body. Exposure to a variety of chemicals can affect this system adversely; putting us at risk for illness and disease.
Few of them can illicit enhanced immune response which results in tissue damage and infectious diseases. Amplification of the immune system can lead to chemical hypersensitivity and autoimmune disease. Sometimes with the usage of immunosuppressive drugs, immune system mediates an adverse drug reaction which in turn leads to autoimmune reactions.
In vertebrates, adoptive immune system provides resistance from harmful pathogens and infectious diseases which requires normal functioning and interaction of cells and organs of immune system. The study of adverse health effects from the interaction of immune system is termed as immunotoxicity.
- Human immune deficiency virus infection HIDV
- Drug delivery system
- Immune mediated skin rash
- Idiosyncratic drug reactions (IDRs)
- Anti tumor immune activity
TRACK 08: Discipline of Medicine
Immunology being the branch of science that deals with the functions and malfunctions of immune system has its administration in various other fields. In medical sense, immunology governs the body defence system against invading foreign particles and its associated disorders. These annexing microbes cause contagious diseases for which our body’s immune system contains cellular components which recognize and destroy them. This perception induces new techniques of immunization.
- Organ transplants
- Bacterial pathogenesis
- Immuno oncology
- Immune virology
- Immunology and Psychiatry
- Immunology and diabetics
- Immunity, Allergy and Asthma
- Pediatric Allergy and Immunology
TRACK 09: Technological Novelty of Immunology
Years ago, immunologists typically spent the bulk of their time at the laboratory bench. Their research involved peering into a microscope and probably characterizing the different cells from a blood sample. And their understanding of the immune response was limited to what they could see and, based on that, what they could hypothesize.
That was then. These days, immunologists work on the tools and technologies. Instead of being confined to the visual examination of living units, a researcher able to understand the immune system using these developed tools and technologies. Scientific teams tackled studies on cells, organs and tissues, molecular pathways and animals in the effort to understand the complex network of immune system. As a result, the biological science fellows gained understanding of the immune system, from cellular level (B and T cells) to molecular pathways.
Scientists confide to new and improved technologies of advanced innovations in understanding and application of immunological process. Cellular assays measure multiple cytokine levels simultaneously. The modifications of existing assays required a brief awareness of ELISPOT assays and fluorescence cell sorting which describes the recognition of T cells for epitope activation.
- 3D Molecular imaging
- Antigen arrays in T-cell immunology
- Advanced hybridoma technology
- Novel cell analyzer
- Automated high-throughput assay
- Autoantigens and autoantibodies
- Spectral flow cytometry
- Advanced tumor immunology
TRACK 10: Upheaval in Cellular Immunology
Immunology governs the body defence system against invading foreign particles and its associated disorders. The proper functioning of an immune system includes, detecting the pathogens and disease drivers that invades the host system and differentiate them from self-particles. These annexing microbes cause contagious diseases for which our body’s immune system contains cellular components which recognize their presence and destroys them leaving an immunological memory.
Basic immune system in most of the species is categorized into humoral and cell-mediated immunity. In humans, there are specialized barriers called blood-brain barrier and more which protects the brain from invading pathogens. Recent advancements in this cellular immunology reveal the information of signaling between the invading pathogen and host cells.
- Non antibody immunity
- Diverse immunologic role of T cells
- Advanced cancer immunotherapy
- Immunologic surveillance and Tumor immunity
- Immunologic deficiency states and their reconstitution
- Immunology of NK cells
- Resistance to intracellular microbial and viral infection
- Thymus and lymphocyte immunobiology
- Delayed-type hypersensitivity
TRACK 11: Immunity and Host defence
Immune system is categorized into non-specific and specific response. Innate immunity is integral and is mobilized following the infection. Innate is termed non-specific because the protective response is the same regardless of the initiating infection. This is in contrast to the adaptive immune system which is slower, responds specifically, and generates an immunological memory.
The primary component of innate immunity is inflammation. Injured cells release cytokines and other pro-inflammatory factors like bradykinin, histamine, leukotriene, prostaglandins, and serotonin to contain the spread of infection and promote healing. These pro-inflammatory mediators induce vasodilatation and attract phagocytes. Neutrophils subsequently increase the response by attracting lymphocytes and leukocytes. Activation of the Complement cascade enhances the innate response.
An important consequence of complement cascade activation is opsonization. Opsonization of pathogenic antigens tags invasive microorganisms for ingestion and destruction by phagocytes. Though innate response involves a wide range of cell types but is mostly dependent on basophils, mast cell, neutrophils and macrophages. Another important function of the innate immune system is to stimulate the adaptive immune response via antigen presentation.
- Physical barriers
- Acute phase reactions
- Innate and Acquired Immunity
- Complement system and Immunization
TRACK 12: Microbiology and Clinical Infections
These kinds of infections are sometimes asymptomatic. Clinically infected person will be a carrier of pathogen causing disease and infection. Such kinds of infections aren’t easily identified but only by microbial culture and molecular techniques.
An individual may develop infection signs only after a period of subclinical infection. During the course of clinical infection, weakness is the first onset symptom. Fever and drowsiness are later signs. These are the evolved responses of host system to get rid of infection. As an alternative to control or remove this pathogen, our body chooses to tolerate an infection.
- Microbiology and Immunology
- Mycobacterial Infections
- Clinical microbiology and Infections
- Dental infections
- Cardiovascular and Gastrointestinal Infections
- Skin and soft tissue infections
TRACK 13: Immunological Variability
The host immune system retains immunological memory of B and T cells stimulated by previous infections. Upon later inoculation, a host rapidly builds defense from its memory cells. Each host acquires a unique memory profile based on its infection history.
With respect to the antigenic response of pathogen, the host varies genetically. MHC alleles are highly polymorphic. The germ line genes that contribute to the T cell receptor have some polymorphisms that influence recognition, but the germ line B cell receptor genes do not carry any known polymorphisms.
The immune profiles of host system describe the degree of distribution of specific antigenic variants. Host systems that are previously affected by the pathogen tend to have broader profiles as these are experienced with infections. Maternal antibodies provide short-term resistance to infants, and certain antibody along with TCR provides temporary protection to recently infected hosts. The host system may vary spatially in their prior exposure to different epitopes, creating a spatial mosaic in the selective pressures that favor different antigenic variants.
- Tissue regeneration in autoimmunity
- Cross reactivity of antigens
- Immunological memory
TRACK 14: Specificity and Cross reactivity
The attributes of host and parasite interactions that determine immune recognition are specificity and cross reactivity. The degree of differentiation between the varied antigens of immune system is measured by specificity. Whereas, cross-reactivity measures the extent to which varied antigens appear similar to the immune system. The infinitesimal attributes of specificity and cross-reactivity describes the process of selection and nature of antigenic variation that shape the distribution of modification in population.
The interaction between invading pathogen and T cells is as follows: cellular digestion of pathogen protein, transport of resulting peptides to endoplasmic reticulum, formation of MHC-peptide complex, and binding of MHC-peptide complex to TCR. It is known from recent studies that a TCR performs cross-reaction with ~1 5 varied peptides. When a TCR reacts with its specific peptide, the probability of reacting with a randomly chosen peptide is only ~1 −4. Hence, TCR is termed as highly cross-reactive and highly specific.
- Antigenic variation
- Antibody recognition
- Epitope and paratope
- Affinity maturation
- Antigen-antibody interaction
- Affinity and specificity
- Genetic variation of host system
TRACK 15: Immune System and Immune Checkpoints
The immune system plays a dual role against cancer: it prevents tumor cell outgrowth and also sculpts the immunogenicity of the tumor cells. Cancer cells are able to escape from the immune system by inhibiting T lymphocytes activation. New immunotherapies have been developed to target these T lymphocytes activation modulators: the immune checkpoints, defined as molecules of immune system that either turn up a signal or turn down a signal. Most of the cancers protect themselves from immune system by inhibiting activation of T cell.
These novel therapies are showing promising results with durable objective responses in some patients. Ipilimumab (anti-CTLA4) was the first of these new therapeutics to be approved by the FDA in March 2 11 for advanced melanoma and other immunomodulators trials are ongoing in other cancers with similar encouraging results like with the anti PD-1/PD-L1. These drugs are already challenging our future practice like for evaluation of tumor response or for management of immune related toxicities. Many immune checkpoints have been identified and could potentially be targeted. Future studies will help to identify predictive factors but also to coordinate these new immunotherapies with our classic treatment strategies.
- Immune checkpoint therapy
- Immune modulators
- Inhibitory immune checkpoints
- Stimulatory immune checkpoints
- Anti tumor immune response
TRACK 16: Industrial Immunology
Industrial immunology aims to contribute to the development of new methods and drugs for the prevention and treatment of immunological disorders and inflammation-associated diseases, including autoimmunity and cancer. It endeavors better understanding of the fundamental mechanisms that underlie innate immune receptor signaling, gene expression and the effect of host-derived molecules on either stimulating or suppressing inflammatory responses.
- Immune-cell signalling
- Production of biological drugs
- Immuno modulating drugs
- Industrial procedures of Antibody production
TRACK 17: Versatile Immunology
Immune system being the defence centre of our body provides immunity which is termed as the process in which our body defends itself against a foreign particle. Immunology is a large therapy area characterized by maladies of the immune system, specifically an aberrant immune response against healthy tissues present in the body, leading to chronic or acute inflammation.
Immunology is an integral of other branches and each branch is inter dependent. Depending on the specific site affected, this can lead to various types of chronic pain and loss of mobility, and have a negative impact on quality of life.
This disease area has a total of 2,145 yields in active development, trailing only oncology, infectious diseases and central nervous system disorders in terms of channel size. There are a total of 529 immunology pipeline products that act on first-in-class molecular targets, representing approximately 4 % of the total immunology pipeline for which the molecular target was disclosed.
Due to a degree of crossover between immunology indications in terms of their underlying pathophysiology, it is not uncommon for products being developed for this therapy area to have developmental programs testing them across multiple indications.
- Food and agricultural immunology
- Occular immunology
- Apitherapy and immune system
- Parasite and Veterinary Immunology
TRACK 18: Diagnostics of Immunology
Biological therapy so called immunotherapy is one type of treatment designed to boost the body's natural defenses to fight the cancer. It uses materials either made by the body or manmade to improve, target and restore proper functioning of immune system. This is done in either ways. One by stimulating our own defence centers to act smarter in attacking cancer cells, and the other by providing components of immune system (man-made immune system proteins).
In past few years biotherapy has become a key for curing cancer. Recently, new procedures of immune treatment are being studied for future impact of cancer. Few of them help train the immune system to attack cancer cells specifically.
- Conjugated vaccines
- The intersection of Inflammation, Immunity, and Cancer
- Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy
- Immunotherapy for inflammation
- Non-specific cancer immunotherapies and adjuvants
- Biomarkers profiling / Advanced immunobiomarkers
- Mouse model engineering
- Biological clock
TRACK 19: Diagnosis of Infection
Infections are caused by disease drivers such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Physicians conclude an infection based on symptoms and results of physical tests. Once after confirming the person from infection to a type of illness, they should be aware of the specific infectious agent as varied microbes cause the same infection. As different infectious diseases possess similar kind of symptoms, body fluid samples, reveal the evidential causing agent of our disease.
Clinical approaches like imaging methods such as computerized tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and X-rays reveals condition of the infection. Immunological approach of testing antibody using blood sample and other body fluids of infected person are performed.
- Clinical mode of diagnosis
- Molecular techniques
TRACK 20: Immunology of Infectious Diseases
Recent research in laboratories is primarily focused on infectious diseases in developing countries. Laboratory-based research may be supplemented by field-based studies of epidemiological and ecological aspects of infectious disease transmission and control.
Current immune-mediated and infectious disease includes HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria, Pneumonia, Enteric Diseases, and Autoimmune diseases. In future, immunological studies concentrate on genetic regulation of the immune response, the reciprocity of innate immune system and intestinal microbial communities, the functioning and regulation of T-cell-derived cytokines and cytokines involved in the inflammation regulation.
Recent studies shown that basic pathogenic mechanisms lead to development of advanced diagnostic tools and vaccines used in prevention and control of infection and disease and the identification of new targets for antiviral and ant parasitic drugs. The battle between pathogens and the host immune defences has raged for thousands of years.
The immune system has succeeded in exploring varied approaches to control parasitic infections ranging from direct killing to developing cytokines that hamper replication. Pathogens are encountered with developing immune evasion mechanisms that inhibit functioning of cytokines and arrest immune recognition of infected cells. Efforts carried out to interpret and signalize the opposing mechanisms will assuredly generate improvised treatment of infectious diseases ranging from AIDS and parasitic infections to sexually transmitted diseases and the common cold.
- Infectious diseases agent
- Host-infectious agent interaction
- Immune responses to pathogen
- Proceedings from innate and acquired immunity
- Cunning strategies of infectious microbes
TRACK 21: Remedy for Immunity and Infection
Taking an antibiotic isn’t the only way to get over symptoms. In fact, some remedies don’t require a physician’s prescription and they can be done right at home in addition to any treatment your doctor has recommended.
- Physical and Occupational therapy
- Surgical and non-surgical approach
- Anti-microbial drugs
- Antigen and tumor cell vaccines
- Vector-based vaccines
- Attenuated vaccines
- Natural means of cure
TRACK 22: Study of Evolution
Immunology is the branch of life sciences that deals with the functioning of immune system. It is a vibrant field that waves current and evolving disputes within both Biomedical and Natal Science disciplines. The components, principles and mechanisms of the human immune system and how they co-ordinate to set safe and appropriate protection against infection.
This particular section discusses the evolutionary processes and technologies that produced diversity in industrial research and career. Discrimination and tuning of immune responses to meet the challenges of different anatomical sites, such as in the skin, gut and lung will be considered. Current and emerging use of immune molecules in diagnostic and clinical intervention strategies are highlighted, including the therapeutic manipulation of the immune system in cancer treatment, vaccine development, and transplant tolerance.
- Immunological measures of antigenicity
- Hypothetical relations between immunology and phylogeny
- Antibody escape mutants
- Experimental evolution of influenza
- Positive selection to avoid host recognition
- Research collaborations in Immunology and Infectious diseases
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Allergy & Immunology Society of Sri Lanka | Allergy and Clinical Immunology Society | Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Society of Thailand | Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Society of Thailand | Microbiology Conferences | Asthma Association Bangladesh | Australasian Society for Immunology | Vaccine Conferences | Infectious Diseases Conferences | Infection Conferences | Immunology Meetings 2019 USA | Immunology Congress 2019 Japan | Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy | Immunology Conferences | Clinical Immunology Conferences | Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy | Bangladesh Society of Allergy and Immunology | Allergy Conferences | Chinese Society of Allergology | Hong Kong Allergy Association | Indian Academy of Allergy | Indian College of Allergy, Asthma and Applied Immunology | Indian Immunology Society | Indonesian Society of Allergy and Immunology | Japanese Society for Immunology | Korean Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Clinical Immunology | Korean Association of Immunologists | Lebanese Society of Allergy and Immunology | Microbiology Conferences | Immunology Conferences 2019 USA | Immunology Conferences 2019 Canada | Allergy Conferences | Cancer Immunology Conferences 2019 Asia | Malaysian Society of Allergy and Immunology | Mongolian Society of Allergology | Philippine Society of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology | Taiwan Academy of Pediatric Allergy Asthma Immunology | Vietnam Association of Allergy, Asthma and Clinical Immunology
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Adcock Ingram | Afriplex | Allergan Pharmaceuticals South Africa (Pty) Ltd | Amalgamated Pharmaceuticals | Amalgamated Pharmaceuticals (PTY) Ltd | Arctic Healthcare | Aspen Pharmacare | Immunology Conferences | Clinical Immunology Conferences | Big Five Veterinary & Pharmaceutical The (PTY) Ltd | Bioclones (PTY) Ltd | Cipla | Columbia Pharmaceuticals (PTY) Ltd | Fine Chemicals Corporation (PTY) Ltd | Galderma Laborities | Georen Pharmaceuticals (PTY) Ltd | Microbiology Conferences | Immunology Conferences 2019 USA | Immunology Conferences 2019 Canada | Allergy Conferences | Cancer Immunology Conferences 2019 Asia | In Transit Pharmaceuticals | Janssen Pharmaceutica (Pty) Ltd | Janssen-cilag (PTY) Ltd | Luced Agencies | Medicare Head Office Administration | Novartis South Africa Pty Ltd | Pfizer Laboratories | Pharmacare International | Pharmacare International (PTY) Ltd | President pharmacy | Vaccine Conferences | Infectious Diseases Conferences | Infection Conferences | Immunology Meetings 2019 USA | Immunology Congress 2019 Japan | Ranbaxy Egypt Limited | A SUN PHARMA Company | Roche Products (PTY) Ltd | S D V Pharmaceuticals | Sandov | Shelys Pharmaceutical | Tayler Bequest Hospital | Teva Pharmaceuticals (PTY) Ltd
10th Molecular Immunology & Immunogenetics Congress, March 04-05, 2019 Barcelona, Spain |Immunology Conferences 2019 Canada | 8th Edition of International Infectious Diseases Conferences, June 07-08, 2018 London, UK | 9th European Immunology Conference, June 14-16, 2018 Rome, Italy | 11th Frontiers in Immunology Research, July 01-04, 2018 Switzerland | 5th International Conference on Parasitology during July 12-13, 2018 Paris, France | 10th International Conference on Clinical and Cellular Immunology, August 6-7, 2018 Madrid, Spain | 5th European Congress of Immunology, September 2-5, 2018 Amsterdam, Netherlands | Annual Immunology & Immunotechnology Conferences, September 13-14, 2018 Zurich, Switzerland | World Conference on Vaccine and Immunization, September 13-14, 2018 Romania | Global Meet on Immunology and Molecular Biology, September 20-21, 2018 Oslo, Norway | 12th International Allergy & Clinical Immunology Conferences, October 1-2, 2018 Moscow, Russia | 3rd International Autoimmunity Conferences, November 26-27, 2018 Dublin, Ireland
2nd World Congress on Allergy, Infectious Diseases and Immunology March 18-19, 2019 Sydney, Australia | Immunology Congress 2019 Japan | 20th World Dermatology Congress, March 13-14, 2019 Singapore | 12th World Congress on Virology and Infectious Diseases March 13-14, 2019 Singapore | 15thInternational Immunology Conferences, July 5-7, 2018 Vienna, Austria | 29th Annual Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy Conferences, September 4-8, 2018 Canberra, Australia | 24th Asia-Pacific Dermatology Conference July 18-19, 2018 Sydney, Australia | 20th World Dermatology and Aesthetic Congress July 23-24, 2018 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Global Experts Meeting on Infectious Diseases September 03-04, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | 29th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, September 4-8, 2018, Canberra, Australia | Framing the Response to Emerging Virus Infections October 14-18, 2018 Hong Kong | International Skin & Body Conference November 26-27, 2018 Bali, Indonesia | Cellular and Molecular Mechanism Conference: Health and Disease November 29-30, 2018 Bali, Indonesia | Conference on Biostatistics and Informatics December 05-06-2018 Dubai, UAE | 13th International Conference on Allergy and Clinical Immunology December 13-14, 2018 Abu Dhabi
Immunometabolism, Metaflammation and Metabolic Disorders, April 14-18, 2019 Vancouver Canada | Neurodegenerative Diseases: New Insights and Therapeutic Opportunities June 16-20, 2019 Colorado, USA | 11th Virology and Infectious Diseases Congress, July 27-28, 2018 Vancouver, Canada | 3rd International Conference on Tumor & Cancer Immunology, September 17-18, 2018 San Diego, CA | 10th World Congress and Expo on Immunology October 19-20, 2018 New York, USA | 4th Antibodies, Antibiotics and Bio Therapeutics Congress during December 05-06, 2018 Chicago, USA
Scientist I, Immunology and Inflammation - Celgene | Postdoctoral Training Fellow - The Francis Crick Institute | Senior Scientist- Cell Therapy Product Development, Scotland - Paramount Recruitment | Manager- Product Development Cell Therapies, Scotland - Paramount Recruitment | Senior Scientist, Life Sciences - Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) | Home-Based Clinical Research Associate (CRA) in Italy - Square One Pharma | Cancer / Oncology Product Manager, Oxford - Paramount Recruitment | Scientific Sales Specialist- Antibodies, South UK - Paramount Recruitment | Physicist , Radionuclide Metrology (A-8/9), Bureau International des Poids et Mesures – BIPM | Scientist - Antibody Characterisation - Hyper Recruitment Solutions (HRS) | Microbiology Conferences | Immunology Conferences 2019 USA | Immunology Conferences 2019 Canada | Allergy Conferences | Cancer Immunology Conferences 2019 Asia | Technical Services Manager - SRG | Graduate Scientist Bio Processing - BPL | Research Associates m/f dedicated to biomedical research - Inserm | Staff Scientist I - Immunology and Immunotoxicology / Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK - Covance UK | Freelance Editors - Physical Sciences, Medicine, Life Sciences, Humanities - Cactus Communications
M.S. in Microbiology & Cell Science from the University of Florida - University of Florida | IRACDA MERIT Postdoctoral Training Program - University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), Office of Postdoctoral Education | UAB Postdoctoral Training Programs - University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), Office of Postdoctoral Education | Principal Scientist, Antibody Discovery & Assay Development - Merck | Research Assistant III (Enteric Diseases Department) - Henry M Jackson Foundation | Freelance Editors - Physical Sciences, Medicine, Life Sciences, Humanities - Cactus Communications | Staff Scientist- Molecular Biologist - Henry M Jackson Foundation | Research Laboratory Veterinarian - General Dynamics Information Technology | Research Technician - Center for Immuno-Oncology (Immune Assessment Lab) - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute | Post Doc Fellow, Translational Development - Immunology and Inflammation – Celgene
Cheeloo College of Medicine (CCOM), Shandong University Recruits Outstanding Talents - Cheeloo College of Medicine (CCOM), Shandong University | Directors of Research Divisions and SWIMS (7 posts) in the Faculty of Science (Ref.: 201701574) - The University of Hong Kong | Microbiology Conferences | Immunology Conferences 2019 USA | Immunology Conferences 2019 Canada | Allergy Conferences | Cancer Immunology Conferences 2019 Asia | Science Talent Introduction and Academic Exchange Conference-Job Fairs for Chinese Universities – cernet | Cancer Immunologist & System biologist - Technion Integrated Cancer Center | Tenure-Tracked Faculty - Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica | Department of Biology: Faculty - Nazarbayev University | Director of the Institute of Biological Chemistry - Academia Sinica | Faculty Positions in Neurosciences at Qingdao University - Qingdao University | Postdoctoral Positions in Henan Provincial People's Hospital - Henan Provincial People’s Hospital | Recruitment Announcements - School of Medicine, Sun Yat-sen University | Multiple Faculty Positions at ShanghaiTech University - ShanghaiTech University | The Announcement of the second Overseas Talents Academic Forum in Xuzhou Medical University - Xuzhou Medical University | Directors of Research Divisions and SWIMS (7 posts) in the Faculty of Science - The University of Hong Kong | Tenure-Tracked Faculty - Institute of Biological Chemistry, Academia Sinica | Director of the Institute of Biological Chemistry - Academia Sinica
Sterile Laboratory Supervisor - Formulations Dept in Western Cape - Mass Staffing Projects City of Cape Town | Senior Immunology Laboratory Technician in Western Cape - Mass Staffing Projects | Service engineer - Finhr Recruitment | Senior Analytical Chemist - Immunology in Western Cape - Mass Staffing Projects - City of Cape Town | Microbiology Conferences | Immunology Conferences 2019 USA | Immunology Conferences 2019 Canada | Allergy Conferences | Cancer Immunology Conferences 2019 Asia | Research Technologist I/II, South Africa - The Cape Town HVTN Immunology Laboratory | Lecturer I (Haematology and Immunology) - Edo University Iyamho | Associate Professor (Haematology And Immunology) - Edo University Iyamho | Country Medical Lead Immunology – Shire Industries