Macrophage SEM

The London Infections & Immunity Symposium 2022

  • Event date: -
  • Start time: 09:00 End time: - 17:00
  • Event Location: The Francis Crick Institute
  • Event Type: Symposia

The 3rd London Infections and Immunity Symposium will take place at the Crick at the end of October – this two-day hybrid event will highlight cutting edge research on infectious diseases and immunology taking place across London.

Keynote lectures from Doreen Cantrell from the University of Dundee and Gordon Brown from Exeter open and close the symposium.

Invited speaker talks will be interspersed with short talks selected from selected submitted abstracts to give early career researchers opportunities to present their work.

Please use the attached abstract form. Date for final submissions is Friday 9th September 2022.

Poster sessions and networking will give attendees the opportunity to present their work and to interact with other scientists working across these disciplines.

Register early on eventbrite to get your early bird tickets.

Infections & Immunity symposium 2022 programme

Confirmed speakers

David Bauer

David LV Bauer

The Francis Crick Institute

Petter Brodin

Petter Brodin

Imperial College London

Gordon Brown

Gordon Brown

University of Exeter

Doreen Cantrell

Doreen Cantrell

University of Dundee

Katie Doores

Katie Doores

King's College London 

Rachel Edgar

Rachel Edgar

Imperial College London

Toby Lawrence

Toby Lawrence

King's College London

Vicky Male

Vicky Male

Imperial College London

Subho Mukhopadhyay

Subho Mukhopadhyay

King's College London

Jose Penades

Jose Penades

Imperial College London

Alexanda Santos

Alexandra Santos

King's College London

Gitta Stockinger

Gitta Stockinger

The Francis Crick Institute

Victor Tybulewicz

Victor Tybulewicz

The Francis Crick Institute

Carola Vinuesa

Carola Vinuesa

The Francis Crick Institute

Hosts

Patricia Barral

Patricia Barral

Kings College London/The Francis Crick Institute

Steve Ley

Steve Ley

UCL

Andreas Wack

Andreas Wack

The Francis Crick Institute